2021 Blossom Music Festival Time to Blossom
Individual tickets on sale now, subscriptions available by request*
A beloved summer tradition returns for a new season of concerts and picnics at Blossom Music Center, Summer Home of The Cleveland Orchestra.Concert Schedule Health & Safety Info
An American Celebration
July 3 & 4
Celebrate the start of the Blossom season and enjoy a night under the stars with great music, fireworks, and fun for the whole family!Learn More
Mozart in the Meadows
Enjoy the natural beauty of Blossom and a splendid night of Mozart, featuring his Symphony No. 40.Learn More
The Great American Songbook
A treasure trove of American songs overflowing with the very best of George Gershwin, Duke Ellington, and Oscar Hammerstein, featuring Broadway star and audience favorite Capathia Jenkins.Learn More
From the New World
Experience the beauty of America through an outsider’s perspective – Dvorak’s – thrilled by the sounds and sights of this wild new country upon his arrival.Learn More
Beethoven's Seventh Symphony
The Cleveland Orchestra performs one of Beethoven’s greatest and most admired symphonies, loved by audiences for its energy and beauty.Learn More
Classical Mystery Tour: A Tribute to The Beatles
The best of the Beatles like you’ve never before heard them: with symphony orchestra accompaniment. “Penny Lane,” “Yesterday,” “A Day in the Life,” and so much more!Learn More
Seeking refuge in music when his life was in ruins, Tchaikovsky said of his Fourth Symphony's finale, "rejoice in the happiness of others and you can still live."Learn More
Enjoy a romantic evening with Brahms’s gorgeous Third Symphony. Filled with passion and longing, it has directly inspired many artists today.Learn More
A lovely tribute – and a musical riddle. Elgar’s Enigma Variations was, in effect, his version of a mixtape: each movement was given as a tender portrait of a personal friend.Learn More
Salute to John Williams
Sep 4 & 5
One of Hollywood’s most sought-after film score conductors, Richard Kaufman, leads the Orchestra through blockbuster favorites, including works by John Williams for films like Superman, Harry Potter, Star Wars, E.T., and much more.Learn More
Stewart Copeland’s Police Deranged for Orchestra
This new addition to the 2021 Blossom Music Festival is a high-energy orchestral celebration of legendary rock star and composer Stewart Copeland – and his career as the founder of one rock’s most beloved bands, The Police.Learn More
Health & Safety at Blossom Music Center
The easing of Covid-19 health and safety restrictions by Governor DeWine is indeed good news. We continue to keep the health and safety of everyone — guests, musicians, staff, and volunteers — as our first priority and intend to continue to implement protocols and procedures to ensure that our concert experience is safe and enjoyable.
All protocols are in accordance with the guidelines from the State of Ohio and Summit County health department, and in consultation with the Cleveland Clinic.
Comprehensive, continuing, and consistent cleaning procedures are in place throughout Blossom Music Center.
Masks & Face Coverings are Recommended
Guests who have not been vaccinated are required to wear a mask.
Socially distanced seating and limited capacities
- To ensure the comfort and safety of our guests, capacities in the Pavilion and on the Lawn will be limited.
- “Aisles” will be marked on the lawn and guests will be encouraged to maintain 6’ distance between parties.
- Pavilion ticket holders may picnic on the grounds prior to performances but will be asked to be seated in their pavilion seats for the performance. Lawn ticket holders will not be admitted to the pavilion, as general admission seating for lawn patrons is not available.
Movie Concert Cancellations
Two previously announced movie concerts, The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring in Concert and Harry Potter and the Chamber of SecretsTM in Concert, will unfortunately not take place in the 2021 season.
While it is the Orchestra’s intention to reschedule one or both of these concerts in a future Blossom season, until large audiences and a full orchestra can safely be accommodated, these concerts are canceled.
Ticketholders are offered the following options:
Donate your tickets
Your support can lessen the huge impact of this unprecedented financial crisis for the Orchestra, and you will receive a tax receipt for the total ticket value. Ticket donations can be made online (login required).
Exchange your tickets for a gift certificate
Receive a gift certificate for the full value of your purchase, which can be used at any time in the future, for concerts at Blossom Music Festival or Severance Hall. Gift certificates do not expire but are non-refundable.
Receive a refund
The value your ticket can be refunded to the original form of purchase.
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Please contact the Ticket Office by Wednesday, June 30 if you would like to request one of these options. After that time, any outstanding tickets will be automatically converted to a gift certificate.
Our Ticket Office staff can be reached by email or phone (216-231-1111). Please allow up to 24 hours or until the end of the next business day if you are not immediately assisted.