Find out how to get to Cleveland, Ohio and the tournament venue.
Located near I-71 and 480, Cleveland Hopkins International Airport (CLE) provides easy access to the Cleveland area. The airport is about 14 miles from the venue and hotels in downtown Cleveland, which can be accessed by rental car, cabs, or public transit through the Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority. Cleveland Hopkins is advising passengers arrive 90-120 minutes before their flights due to construction at the airport. To the south is the Akron-Canton Airport, which is about a 1-hour drive to downtown Cleveland.
For guests who live near a Megabus route, Cleveland connects directly with 12 participating Megabus destinations, and many more indirectly. Please check Megabus’ website for routes and schedules as they are available.
The Cleveland Public Auditorium is located at 500 Lakeside Ave, Cleveland, OH, 44114.
The Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority has a wide-ranging network of buses, trolleys and rail trains throughout the Cleveland area for easy travel from the airport and through the city during your stay. Please visit riderta.com for routes, or choose the transit option in Google Maps to learn about all the ways to connect to Cleveland destinations.
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