|Location||Cleveland, United States of America|
|Capacity||Main Auditorium: 10,000; Music Hall: 3,000; Little Theater: 600|
The Public Auditorium, popularly called the Public Hall, is a multi-purpose facility located at the civic center district of downtown Cleveland, Ohio. The public hall was planned and funded before the World War I, but its construction did not begin until 1920. The facility was inaugurated in 1922. The stadium has been designed by City architects and planners, J. Harold McDowell and Frank Walker of "Walker and Weeks". The building was built in the neoclassic style and was one of its kinds at the time of opening, having a seating capacity of 11,500. The facility houses two separate venues. The venue also has an exhibition space below ground. However, it was uninviting, with an asphalt floor and more than 40 columns. The venue underwent a significant renovation phase in between 1983-1987.