Progressive Field, home of the Cleveland Indians, has 35,225 seats, and the ‘Q’, has 20,562 seats. LeBron James led the Cavs to the finals in 2015-2018 and the championship in 2016. The Monsters are winners of the 2016 Calder Cup. The ‘Q’ in addition to being a sporting venue is also home to ice shows and popular entertainment. Lady Gaga and Billy Joel recently held concerts here. Tower City Center is connected to the ‘Q’ and contains 75 specialty shops, 6 full-service restaurants including Morton’s Steakhouse, and an 11 screen theatre complex which is home to the nationally recognized Cleveland International Film Festival, a 12-day event held in March-April which attracts over 100,000 people who view over 500 films from over 71 countries. Tower City Center is connected to Jack’s Casino and 2 upscale hotels: The Ritz Carlton and the Renaissance Cleveland affiliated with Mariott. Free covered parking offered based on purchase.