Queen City Paranormal Convention (Queen City ParaCon)
Venue: Historic Music Hall
|Event Date/Time: Apr 09, 2010||End Date/Time: Apr 09, 2010|
More About The Venue:
The Cincinnati Music Hall, an elegant century-old building, stands majestically at the corner of 14th and Elm - just a short walk from the city's center. Dedicated at the time of the fourth May Festival in 1878, Music Hall has endured famously over the years, a testament to those who conceived it and to those who continue to contribute to its grandeur. In January, 1975, it was recognized as a National Historic Landmark by the U.S. Department of the Interior.
In reality three separate buildings under one roof, Music Hall was designed originally for a unique and dual purpose - to house musical activities in a center area and industrial exhibitions in its side wings. It has played host to a wide number of activities. These have ranged from traditional symphony concerts and theatrical performances to the Democratic National Convention of 1880, the Cincinnati Industrial Expositions, home shows, air shows, automobile shows, basketball games, tennis matches, wrestling matches, in short, Cincinnati's "Convention Center" until the present Convention Center was begun in 1967. For more information please click the links on The Queen City ParaCon website.