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Venue Info

The Agora Theatre – 2000 capacity | The Agora Ballroom – 500 capacity

5000 Euclid Avenue
Cleveland, Ohio 44103

Effective February 2, 2023, The Agora is cashless at the following locations:

  • Bar
  • Box Office
  • Coat Check
  • Merch (subject to artist)
  • Parking

At the above locations, there will be no cash accepted, cash tips are welcome.

Accepted credit card payments include any US-issued and most internationally-issued magstripe or chip cards bearing a Visa, Mastercard, American Express, Discover, JCB, or Union Pay logo. Apple and Google Pay also accepted.

General Rules

  • All patrons, regardless of age, are required to have a ticket in order to enter the venue.

  • Most events are all ages. Age restrictions may apply depending on the event. (18+, 21+ will be noted in show information)

  • No professional cameras or recording devices are allowed without a photo pass.

  • No outside food / beverages are allowed into the venue.

  • No backpacks, bags or big purses of any kind - maximum allowable bag size is 12″ W x 12″ H x 6″ D. Small purses and fanny packs are allowed.

  • Floor plan varies per show. Contact the box office at 216-881-2221 or visit the event listing for specific seating chart for more information.

  • For the safety of all our patrons and staff, The Agora will be employing walk through metal detectors at every event. Walk through metal detectors, or magnetometers, emit no harmful rays or energy – they simply measure disruptions in the Earth’s magnetic field. The Earth’s magnetic field surrounds us. It does not harm people, animals nor objects- it’s just there. Because the magnetometers only measure disruptions in this field, they are completely harmless as well.

  • When approaching the magnetometers please place purses and bags on the table for inspection. Please also place keys, cameras and cell phones in the tubs provided. Hats should be removed as well. Generally, wallets, watches, belts, eyeglasses and jewelry can remain with the patron as they pass through the magnetometers. If an alarm is raised, that patron will be asked to step aside for more thorough search.