Cleveland Fall Festivals

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If you’re visiting Cleveland, OH, or are a long-time resident looking for something to do during the fall season, you can check out this list for an idea of some Cleveland fall festivals. Don’t forget that if you need parking at an airport or within a city in the United States, you can always check On Air Parking’s rates, since they are the cheapest out there!

Halloweekends at Cedar Point

Hosted by Cedar Point Amusement Park, Halloweekends are the perfect festival event for families with kiddos or even couples looking to visit the amusement park. This runs from Sunday, October 15th to Sunday, October 29th, so you might want to act fast! This is the 26th time that Cedar Point has hosted Halloweekends, so they know what they’re doing with fright zones, haunted houses, and scary scenes! Kid-friendly attractions include their Crazy Corn Box, Harvest Tractors, Howlin’ Hay Maze, The Magical House on Boo Hill, and the Tricky Corn Maze. Please note that they sell separately for Daytime Delights and Nighttime Frights. You can check out admission costs here.

Core Pour – Hard Cider and Music Festival

If you’re looking for a more adult festival, the Cleveland Core Pour might be a great place to start. This one-day festival takes place on Saturday, October 21st, from 1pm to 6pm. You can enjoy the cool atmosphere and relax with several cider-tasting stations to discover a new brew. Snack and sip as you explore the variety of local, delicious food from Cleveland-based food vendors, and don’t forget about the live musical entertainment. Please note that food is not included in the ticket price. The purchase of your ticket also includes a commemorative 4 o.z mini mason jar for tasting! Tickets range from $15-$100, depending on what package you’d like for your experience. You can view tickets and purchase them online here.

Fall Festival at North Coast Harbor

This event also takes place on Sunday, October 21st, but it’s from 2pm to 6pm. There is no admission cost – this is a free event! There are few children’s activities, music, giveaways, food trucks, and even prizes for the top costumes every hour, although the variety of vendors will also make for a great time for just adults going together.

Halloween Spooktacular

If you want to watch local theater, including musical tricks and treats, and features from the musical track of Harry Potter, look no further than the Halloween Spooktacular hosted by the Cleveland Institute of Music, performed by the Orchestra. This event is on Sunday, October 29th, from 2pm to 4pm. Tickets start at $18 for the balcony; $28 for the dress circle; $33 for box seats; and $18-$28 for orchestra seats. You can view tickets and purchase them online here.

Cheese & Wine Fest Cleveland 2023 (East)

This festival is a bit farther out, taking place on November 19th, 2023, from 3pm-7pm. There will be over fifty wines, over fifty cheeses, and you can an unlimited sampling of cheeses and wines! This event is perfect for adults looking for a quick and easy date-night or just wanting to explore what Cleveland has to offer. Tickets range in price from $55-$125, depending on what you’d like included. You can check out tickets and what’s included in them online here.

Whether you’re in it for frights or delights, Cleveland’s fall season has a lot to offer. If you’re visiting Cleveland and need somewhere to park, feel free to take a look at On Air Parking’s airport and city parking lots, which are available for reservation online or through their Apple and Android compatible app. Any questions? Don’t hesitate to reach out! OAP customer service is available Monday through Friday, 10am-7pm ET, by calling 888-487-2754 or texting 424-532-8940. You can also email them at

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