Cleveland Tall Ships Festival

Presented in conjunction with Tall Ships America, this event that takes place in downtown Cleveland features live entertainment, exhibits, food and tours aboard the fleet. Additional event activities include sail aways, “Ask the Captain” forums, photo ops, a festival marketplace and family-friendly activities. Guests won’t want to miss performances by Tom Mason & the Blue Buccaneers, and the amazing firework show. Tickets are required for Festival entry and ship tours, as well as the two new special events: Happy Hour at the Dock and Fireworks at the Festival. General admission ranges from $17 for Seniors (65+) and Kids (3-12) to $20, three-day GA passes for $50 up to $300 for Tall Ships All Access. Separate tickets are required to attend the Parade of Sail and Captain’s reception ($100 -$250). The Tall Ships may be viewed for FREE from Wendy Park and Voinovich Park at North Coast Harbor.

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