Whether you want to attend an exciting concert, a rousing play, or have a blast watching stand up comedy, Masonic Cleveland Auditorium is your go to destination. Constructed in 1921 by Hubbell and Benes, it is known for its semi-cuboid architecture made of red exposed brick, with high arch windows adding an extra aesthetic effect. The interiors are fine tuned acoustically, ensuring an engaging experience for all those who are attending a show. With wooden flooring, high ceiling, classical architecture and multi level seating, the auditorium also offers VIP services to its patrons including a private bar and restroom. Definitely a must visit if you're in the city.