CLEVELAND — It’s back!
The Cleveland Tall Ships Festival is making a return to the city’s waterfront this summer from July 7-10.
"The grand fleet will be docked near the north side of FirstEnergy Stadium and feature seven replica and restored ships," according to the event's site. See which tall ships will be featured at this year's festival HERE.
Tickets are on sale now HERE. The prices are listed as follows:
- General admission: $20
- Seniors (65+), veterans and military: $17
- Children ages 3-12: $17
- Three-day GA pass (Friday-Sunday): $50
- Early boarding + GA Day Pass: $55
- VIP Fast Pass: $125
- Tall Ships All Access: $300
- Parade of Sail + Captain’s Reception (Thursday): $100
Organizers say the 2022 event will also feature “live entertainment, exhibits, food and beverage options and tours aboard the fleet.”
The festival takes over the water as the celebration begins with the Parade of Sail, which features a display of eight traditional vessels from Canada, the United States and Spain. Each ship is crewed – in part – by youths ages 13-25.
Other festival highlights include “Ask the Captain” forums, photo ops, a festival marketplace and family friendly activities along with performances by Tom Mason and the Blue Buccaneers. A full festival schedule will be announced at a later date.
Editor's note: Video in the player above was originally published during a previous Tall Ships event in 2019.