Cleveland Public Auditorium & Conference Center
Public Auditorium provides the kind of atmosphere you just can’t get in generic modern meeting spaces. Opened since 1922, General Eisenhower spoke here. Duke Ellington played here, as did Elvis and The Beatles. And, more recently, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame held their induction ceremonies here.
The hall includes a large registration lobby, the 10,000-seat Public Auditorium, 3,000-seat Cleveland Music Hall, and 600-seat Little Theater. Fifteen meeting rooms can accommodate groups of 10 to 700.
Public Auditorium underwent a multi-million dollar renovation and offers underground connectivity to the FirstMerit Convention Center of Cleveland 225,000 square foot exhibit hall floor. Filled with murals and ornate details, the building is popular for fundraisers, conventions, conferences, weddings and exhibitions.