Music Hall and Corbett Tower
Founded in 1992, the Cincinnati Arts Association (CAA) is a not-for-profit organization that oversees the programming and management of two of the Tri-state’s finest performing arts venues – the Aronoff Center for the Arts and Music Hall – and is dedicated to supporting performing and visual arts.
Each year, CAA presents a diverse schedule of events; serves upwards of 600,000 people in its venues; features the work of talented local, regional, and national artists in the Weston Art Gallery (located in the Aronoff Center); and supports the work of more than one dozen resident companies. Since the inception of its acclaimed arts education programs in 1995, CAA has reached more than 1.8 million students.
CAA is proud to be a member of Ohio Citizens for the Arts, Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber, Greater Cincinnati Convention & Visitors Bureau, Greater Cincinnati & Northern Kentucky African American Chamber of Commerce, Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, Over-the-Rhine Chamber of Commerce, and Performing Arts Center Consortium.
Searching for the perfect location for your next show or event? Look no further! Historic Music Hall and the contemporary Aronoff Center are home to a variety of versatile spaces that will add a wow factor to your next event.
Located in two of downtown Cincinnati’s most popular and vibrant entertainment districts, our venues offer distinctive and dramatic settings for events of all types and sizes, from Broadway musicals to concerts, graduations to business meetings, weddings to fundraisers.
Our expert staff is happy to assist you in creating a unique and unforgettable experience for you and your guests. Contact our helpful event staff for space availability and answers to your questions.
Music Hall Ballroom
At just over 17,000 square feet, the Music Hall Ballroom is frequently used for large receptions, exhibitions, fashion shows, weddings, and many other significant occasions.
Seated dinner: 700 (with dancefloor: 600)
Standing reception: 1,400
Theater style: 1,000
Located on the third floor of Music Hall and overlooking Washington Park, this stunning space has been transformed through the restoration of its original cove ceiling with stencil designs, as well as the unbricking of several of the windows that had previously been covered. Corbett Tower also showcases the three crystal chandeliers that were formerly located in the Edyth B. Lindner Grand Foyer.
Seated dinner: 220 (with dance floor: 150)
Standing reception: 405
Theater style: 250