If you are looking for a sporting event & don't want to spend the high prices at the major league games, then try out the Lake County Captains Baseball team in Eastlake.
The cost of tickets - Lawn & Bleachers are $5 each and Box Seats are $8.
There's lots of prizes and contests that keep the audience's attention. The food is great & also doesn't cost a lot.
We went to the game on fourth of July weekend in 2003 & they had fireworks after the game.
This is one of the best stadiums I have been in. And unless you need to sit definately buy the standing room only tickets to get in. We had seats but stood from the 2nd on. Eventually it was possible to move into vacated seats in the 4th row near the Yankee dugout.
Sure a football game anywhere can be exciting, but they are nothing like a game at Cleveland Browns Stadium. They have, possibly, the most loyal fans anywhere. They love their team, and they aren't afraid to let you know. Even when the Browns where one of the worst teams in the league, their fans stood behind them. Make sure to catch a game, you'll have a great time, as long as you're not a Bengals fan.
Well, It's not "The Jake" or Jacobs Field anymore, but that's what people still call it. It is now name Progressive Field. Catch an Indians game if you have the time. The team has improved greatly over the team I remember as a kid in the late 80's and early 90's.
Quicken Loans Arena, also known as the Q, is by far the nicest stadium in Cleveland. It also holds the most events. Not only do the Cleveland Cavaliers play there, but they also have an Arena Football team and minor league hockey. It is also the venue for many concerts, WWE wrestling, and family-oriented shows, ex. Disney on Ice
Another must see activity is a sporting event, if you can get a ticket. My personal favorites are the Indians baseball team and the Browns (american football). Both have beautiful new staduims.