Cleveland Pops Orchestra performing holiday shows.

Ohio Real Title is a Proud Sponsor of Cleveland Pops Orchestra

November 21, 2022

Ohio Real Title is a proud supporter of arts and culture in the communities in which we serve. 

This is why we are especially excited to sponsor Cleveland Pops Orchestra. With a mission to entertain, enrich, and educate a diverse audience, the organization delivers orchestral performances like no other.

Cleveland Pops provides a great opportunity to entertain out-of-town visitors and to see some of your favorite music from the big screen performed live this holiday season. 

Check out what’s coming this season. 

Holiday Spectacular | Nov. 27, 2022@ 2:00 pm

This must-see holiday performance is a Cleveland tradition full of a magical blend of songs and carols with guest vocalists including Connor Bogart O’Brien and a special reading of The Night Before Christmas by Playhouse Square CEO, Gina Vernaci

During intermission and before and after shows, guests can visit with adorable, adoptable puppies and kittens from local shelters and take photos with Santa Claus. Book your tickets today.

New Year’s Eve Celebration with the Music of James Bond | Dec. 31, 2022, @ 9:00 pm

This New Year’s Eve Celebration is the perfect event to ring in 2023 with friends and family, especially with those who are fans of James Bond. Enjoy the appearances of Broadway superstars, Morgan James and Hugh Panaro as they perform the music of the James Bond discography ranging from Goldfinger to Skyfall. 

After the show, guests are encouraged to stick around to dance the night away with Cleveland Pops Jazz Ensemble and the Cleveland rock band, Replay the Band, while counting down to the spectacular midnight balloon drop. Group discounts available–Book Now.

For more events coming in 2023, visit Cleveland Pop’s website for more information.

Looking for More Holiday Activities In Ohio?

If so, you are in luck as Ohio is home to a wide variety of opportunities to experience arts and culture with the whole family. Here are our recommendations:

Wild Things Are Happening at Columbus Museum of Art | Through Mar. 5th, 2023 

Wild Things Are Happening is the perfect excuse to take a trip to CMOA to experience the heartwarming childhood nostalgia from the work of Maurice Sendak, author and illustrator of Wild Things Are, In the Night Kitchen, and Outside Over There

With over 150 sketches, storyboards, and paintings on display, this exhibition marks the first major retrospective of Sendak since his passing in 2012. Plan your trip now before the collection hits the road to kick off an international tour. (No need to purchase tickets in advance.)

Wildlight at Columbus Zoo and Aquarium | Nov. 18 – Jan. 1 @ 5:00 PM – Close

Undoubtedly one of Central Ohio’s most magical shows around, Columbus Zoo and Aquarium is home to one of the largest holiday experiences around featuring millions of LED lights, musical animations, Santa, reindeer and other fun festivities.

A Walk Through the Shoe at Thompson Library Gallery | Through Feb. 26, 2023

For sports and history lovers, this walkthrough exhibition curated by Ohio State University Archives on display at the Thompson Library Gallery is a great opportunity to get up close to the traditions and stories surrounding Ohio Stadium over its 100-year history. 

Artifact highlights include football uniforms and gear from the 1920s and 1930s, a goal post piece from the 1955 Rose Bowl, a dedication game day program from 1922, Woody Hayes’ football playbook, Jim Tressel’s play calling sheets, and Lego Ohio Stadium constructed by Professor Paul Janssen (Physiology and Cell Biology). Learn more about this free exhibit on the University Libraries website.

Rock N’ Roll Hall of Fame: Rock Hall Night | Nov. 17 @ 5:00 – 9:00 PM

For those looking to explore the sights and shows of Northern Ohio, the Rock N’ Hall of Fame is a non-negotiable, especially now that Rock Hall Nights are back in full swing. 

With a grand opening to kick off the 2022 Inductee exhibit, fans can enjoy the music of Rock N’ Roll house band, The Mechanics playing an all-Inductee playlist while exploring featured artifacts on display, and more! Click here to buy your tickets, free for Museum Members and Cleveland Residents.

Whether you are looking for an immersive holiday experience or simply a chance to interact with something out of your usual routine, Ohio is bustling with opportunities to experience arts and culture all over.

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