Enjoy Summer Concerts at The Music Box

The music box

The Music Box Supper Club

Music Box Supper Club opened in the early fall of 2014 on the West Bank of the flats in a building that once housed Club Coconuts. Today, it offers two music venues— a downstairs Supper Club and an upstairs Concert Hall and a restaurant. Nearly every night, a variety of music genres are available to audience members. So, whether you’re interested in blues, jazz, soul, americana, rock, punk, or country, it’s a great place to plan a good time with a group of friends, family, neighbors or colleagues from work. Cleveland Magazine readers voted the Music Box tops for “Best Live Music” two years in a row. 

The Supper Club offers concert goers a delightful range of appetizers, salads, seafood and grill items. Try the buffalo cauliflower with Lake Erie Walleye (panko, bacon & dill encrusted filets, lyonnaise potatoes with seasoned vegetables served with a roasted garlic aioli). Meat, vegan, vegetarian and handhelds are also available.At the Concert Hall lighter portions of soups, salads, bowls, handhelds, desserts and “shareables” like the Chip Dip Trio. Those attending Sunday concerts can nosh on a brunch buffet from 11am to close. Find the menus HERE.To avoid traffic, parking issues and finding a designated driver or two, contact Platinum Party Bus to check pricing and your date.

Upcoming Shows You Won’t Want to Miss!

Fri, 5/20 – Pink Floyd Tribute-Dark Side of the Moon. Rock to the tunes like “Another Brick in the Wall,” Comfortably Numb,” and “Wish You Were Here.” The show will be in the Concert Hall and doors open at 5pm so you can be seated and order food for the evening.

Sat. 5/21 – Motown & More- Nitebridge. Choreography and tunes like “Ain’t No Mountain High Enough,” Bernadette,” “I Heard It Through the Grapevine” are what’s in store with the group Nitebridge performing on the Supper Club stage. If the Detroit 60s-70s groove was your thing, you won’t want to miss this show.

Sat. 5/28- Carole King Tribute-Home Again. Carole King’s first song was written/published when she was 17 and she never looked back. For those whose favorite album is “Tapestry,” you won’t want to miss Home Again and their take on King’s songs like “You’ve Got a Friend,” “It’s Too Late,” and “Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow.” Be sure to arrive a little early to get seated and avail yourself of some of food fare offered for the show.

Sun.5/29 – Rat Pack Brunch-with Patrick Lynch. Crooner Patrick Lynch is sure to please as he charms those in attendance with classics made famous by Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, Sammy Davis Jr. and more. You’ll enjoy tunes like “I’ve Got You Under My Skin,” “Volaire” and “I Ain’t Got Nobody” while enjoying Sunday Brunch in the Supper Club.

For the full schedule, click here.