Jacobs Pavilion at Nautica Information
Owned by Nautica Entertainment Complex and located on the west bank of The Flats in Cleveland, Ohio, Jacob’s Pavilion was built to bring the biggest names in music and comedy to Cleveland, and first opened in 1987.
Originally known as Nautica Pavilion, the open-air amphitheater has gone through some changes over the years, and was renamed as Scene Pavilion in 2003, The Plain Dealer Pavilion in 2006, back to Nautica Pavilion in 2009 and, finally, its current name was adopted in March 2011.
No matter the name, this incredible venue continues to pull in millions of visitors year after year, with incredible and diverse acts on the bill, including Megadeth, Meek Mill, Third Eye Blind, Idina Menzel, Rancid, the Goo Goo Dolls and Die Antwoord in 2017 alone! Catering to an enormous range of music tastes, Jacobs Pavilion has something for everyone, and no-one can resist the stunning vies of the Cuyahogs River and the twinkling lights of downtown Cleveland – what a magical way to spend a summer evening!