CLEVELAND – Playhouse Square is celebrating and lighting up its brand new chandelier over downtown Cleveland on Friday, May 2.
Their “Dazzle the District” event takes place in the heart of Playhouse Square on Euclid Avenue between East 13th and East 17th Streets and on East 14th Street between Euclid and Prospect.
That means road closures for anyone heading to the event or just trying to navigate downtown Cleveland.
After the morning rush hour ends on Wednesday, April 30, Euclid Ave will close between E 13th and E 14th.
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Road Closures for PlayhouseSquare’s “Dazzle the District” Ceremony was originally published on wzakcleveland.com