Search Ohio Entertainment Businesses Awarded SBA Dollars
Updated: October 11, 10 a.m.
The Small Business Administration continues to award federal dollars to Northeast Ohio entertainment businesses through its Shuttered Venue Operators Grant program with more recipients announced Monday.
These grants are for venues shuttered in part or completely due to the pandemic.
This week's recipients include the Cleveland Metroparks which has been designated more than $6 million. Others making the list are the Grog Shop (KSM Tavern Inc) in Cleveland Heights for more than $500,000 and Talespinner Children's Theatre in Detroit Shoreway district of Cleveland for about $11,000.
Playhouse Square Foundation made the list last month and will receive $8 million. The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum is set to receive more than $7 million.
Other major arts groups from Northeast Ohio getting grant approval are the Musicial Arts Association, which operates the Cleveland Orchestra, which is set to receive nearly $6 million, and the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton, which will get close to $9 million.
Also on the list to receive grants are the Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage, the Beachland Ballroom, Great Lakes Theater, Cleveland Play House, DanceCleveland and Karamu House.
See which other Ohio arts and entertainment organizations and businesses have received awards through the searchable database below.
Note, awards are given to the operators of venues and businesses, which in many cases may differ from the location name. For instance, 58 Group, Inc. is the Happy Dog and KS KLUB LLC is the B Side Lounge.