Cincinnati Music Hall
Cincinnati Music Hall, a National Historic Landmark built in 1878, was beautifully restored during a major renovation in 2017. An anchor of Cincinnati's historic Over-the-Rhine neighborhood, Music Hall is home to some of the Tri-state's finest arts organizations, including the Cincinnati Ballet, Cincinnati Opera, Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, Cincinnati Pops Orchestra, May Festival, and Friends of Music Hall. The beloved venue has hosted music legends from Ella Fitzgerald to Yo-Yo Ma, The National to Sergei Rachmaninoff, and many others. Make new memories as you surround yourself in Cincinnati history.
Located on the second level of Music Hall, the Ballroom showcases a gorgeous hardwood floor and a barrel ceiling. This dynamic and versatile space hosts weddings, exhibitions, fashion shows, lectures, you name it!
Seated dinner: 200 up to 700 (with dancefloor: 600)
Standing reception: 1,400
Theater style: 1,000
Located on the third floor of Music Hall and overlooking Washington Park, this stunning space has been transformed through the restoration of its original cove ceiling with stencil designs, as well as the unbricking of several of the windows that had previously been covered. Corbett Tower also showcases the three crystal chandeliers that were formerly located in the Edyth B. Lindner Grand Foyer.
Seated dinner: 220 (with dance floor: 150)
Standing reception: 405
Theater style: 250
A brand new space featuring exposed brick, windows, and its own pre-function area with restrooms, this flexible space is ideal for corporate meetings, rehearsals, performances, and private social gatherings.
Seated dinner: 220 (with dance floor: 180)
Standing reception: 280
Theater style: 185
Music Hall’s signature lobby features a historic red slate and white marble floor and is a memorable location for elegant dinners, weddings, lunch meetings, or other unique events.
Seated dinner: 250 (with dancefloor: 200)
Standing reception: 700
Theater style: 300