CLEVELAND — One of Cleveland's favorite summer events finally took place!
The Cleveland Orchestra's Star-Spangled Spectacular was held on Wednesday night in downtown Cleveland. The event is usually held around July 4, but was pushed back due to the MLB All-Star Game in Cleveland.
The annual concert was in its 30th year and was free to the public on Cleveland's Mall B. The main concert began at 9 p.m., though a number of pre-concert events were also scheduled.
Visitors were able to take photos with themed cut-out boards, while a variety of food trucks were on site for dining options, including Barrio, Beckham's B&M Barbecue and East Coast Custard. Special guest performers including the Cleveland Police Pipes & Drums began the festivities.
Ideastream streamed the concert live on clevelandorchestra.com, as well as on 90.3 WCPN, 104.9 WCLV and on ideastream.org.
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