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Musicarnival was a music "tent" theater on Warrensville Center Rd. in Warrensville Heights, Ohio, among the first of its kind.[1] The theater was expanded in 1958 from its initial seating capacity, growing from 1,500 to 2,563. The theater was used for performances of musicals, operettas and operas, and also hosted a number of famous musicians and rock bands, such as Duke Ellington, Stan Kenton, Dave Brubeck, The Who and Led Zeppelin.

Musicarnival closed in August 1975.


  1. ^ Musicarnival Encyclopedia of Cleveland History. Retrieved 10-07-2008.

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Coordinates: 41°26′25″N 81°31′58″W / 41.44028°N 81.53278°W / 41.44028; -81.53278