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TempleLive at Masonic Cleveland General Info
The Masonic Temple is located in downtown Cleveland at 3615 Euclid Ave. just east of Playhouse Square and near the Cleveland State University Campus. Erected in 1921 and the original residence of the Cleveland Orchestra, the venue has been host to various performing arts productions and live music events over the years all while serving as the home to the Masons.
Most recently hosting performers such as MGMT, Bastille, Fitz and the Tantrums, The 1975, Pixies, Kirk Franklin, Joe Rogan, Ghost, Leon Bridges and Sturgill Simpson.
TempleLive, a company originating out of Fort Smith, Arkansas has come to breathe new life into one of Cleveland’s most mysterious and oldest landmarks to open up the doors for the public. The newly revived Cleveland Masonic Temple will also be offering several different event spaces to the public to accommodate almost any function at an affordable cost.
The iconic 7-story building, which contains approximately 102,000 square feet, was designed by architects Hubbell and Benes, a prominent Cleveland architecture firm of the period. A number of their works, including Wade Park and The Cleveland Museum of Arts, are listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Cleveland, OH 44115