CUYAHOGA, CLEVELAND — The J.M. Smucker Company is bringing back the Cleveland Orchestra's Blossom Music Festival season after having to cancel last year due to the global pandemic. The festival will return with an exciting roster of concerts, all of which adhere to local, state, and federal health regulations.
The Blossom Music Festival, which runs from the Fourth of July to Labor Day weekends (July 3 until September 5) at the Orchestra's picturesque summer home in Cuyahoga Valley National Park, will feature eleven concerts in 2021.
'An American Celebration' concert will kick off the festival on July 4 with a night under the stars and fireworks to celebrate independence day. On July 11, the Orchestra will serenade guests with Mozart's Symphony no. 40 for their 'Mozart in the Meadows' concert.
Even in the midst of a pandemic, the Cleveland Orchestra is committed to offering a world-class guest experience for all guests to Blossom Music Center, where they can join in the summer traditions at Blossom Music Festival by bringing a picnic and sharing a meal with family and friends.
The Orchestra is glad to inform that visitors are welcomed to bring picnics and eat on the grounds of Blossom Music Center and that masks may be removed while actively eating and drinking with family members.
The Blossom Box Office will be open three hours before each concert during the summer season on festival performance days. Individual tickets start from $25 per person.
Please visit www.clevelandorchestra.com/blossom to find concert schedules and information about the event, including a list of Cleveland Orchestra and Festival conductor debuts.