KNOW BEFORE YOU GO
Please read the information below very carefully. The Cleveland Power of Sport Summit is an indoor/outdoor event with COVID protocols in place.
Plan Your Visit
Venue Location: Progressive Field, 2401 Ontario St., Cleveland, OH 44115
Entry: Guest must enter at the Right Field Gate, at the corner of E. 9th and Eagle Ave.
Ticketing: Pre-registration is encouraged here. On-site registration is available.
Capacity: Some areas inside the venue have a maximum capacity limit due to Covid restrictions. All areas are first come, first served. Some areas may close if capacity is reached.
-Attendees under 18 years of age must be accompanied by a parent/guardian.
-Masks are required at all times, unless actively eating/drinking in a designated dining area. Acceptable masks include double layered cloth masks, surgical masks, dust masks, and N95 masks without vents. Masks that will not be accepted include bandanas, gaiters, sheer masks, or masks with valves.
-Attendees will not be able to bring in bags larger than 9”x5”x2”. (Exceptions for medical bags and diaper bags).
-No outside food or beverage (other than one sealed water bottle) are allowed.
The Cleveland Power of Sport Summit can be found on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter at @clesportsummit. We encourage attendees to keep an eye on social media for upcoming events, schedule changes, alerts, and other timely information. Don’t forget to share and post about your Summit experience @clesportsummit!
Cleveland Power of Sport Summit is committed to providing a welcoming, safe, and accessible environment for all attendees.
Progressive Field complies with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). All restrooms, which are located frequently throughout the venue, are ADA accessible. Attendees will be able to use the elevators, which are located near the activities taking place during the event. A limited number of wheelchairs will also be available upon request.
In the Equality Lounge, all in-person panels will feature American Sign Language interpretation. Virtual panels held via Zoom will include captioning, and live streamed panels will include ASL interpretation.
A limited number of sensory kits will be available onsite upon request. Attendees will be asked to provide a photo ID to check out a kit.
The Summit continues to be planned as a socially distant event with both in-person and virtual components. The health of our attendees is our utmost priority and comprehensive COVID-19 protocols including wearing masks and practicing social distancing will be enforced throughout the event. Our team and partners are in close communication with local health officials and continue to be flexible and respond to changes that may be necessitated.
Masks will be required at all times. Acceptable masks include double layered cloth masks, surgical masks, dust masks, and N95 masks without vents. Masks that will not be accepted include bandanas, gaiters, sheer masks, or masks with valves.
The following health and safety protocols will also be in place:
- Windows and doors to indoor spaces will be open to allow for increased airflow. Plan for windy or chilly conditions, depending on the weather.
- Social distancing will be encouraged throughout the venue and in all queuing locations.
- Attendees will not be able to bring in bags larger than 9”x5”x2”. (Exceptions for medical bags and diaper bags).
- Mobile entry and digital on-site registration will be employed.
- Food and beverage consumption will be confined to a designated eating area, where attendees who purchase food from the concessions may temporarily remove their masks to eat while seated.
- Cashless transactions are encouraged at all food locations.
- Increased hand sanitization stations around the ballpark.
- Signage throughout the venue to remind fans of ballpark health guidelines.
Traditional ballpark concessions will be available for purchase during the Summit. No outside food or beverage, other than a sealed bottle of water, are permitted. Note that food/beverage consumption is allowed only in designated areas (due to mask policies). Cashless transactions are encouraged.
Parking is not provided for attendees. Some lots may be restricted due to NFL Draft activities. Nearby parking options include:
-Gateway East Garage, 650 Huron Road E. (Enter from Huron Road) – CLOSED ON SATURDAY
-LAZ Parking (surface lot), 310 Prospect Ave. (between Prospect & Huron)
-900 Prospect Garage, at the corner of E. 9th and Prospect
-Euclid Prospect Gateway Garage, 645 Prospect Ave. (across from Winking Lizard)
-Lot G49 (surface lot), 911 Carnegie Ave. (Corner of E. 9th& Carnegie)
-JACK Casino Parking, 2151 Ontario Street
-High Avenue Garage, 211 High Avenue
-East 4th Street Valet, enter off of Prospect to E. 4th Street
-Smart Parking (surface lot), 1030 Sumner Ave
NFL Draft Road Closures
The following road closures will be in effect during the Summit:
-Rt. 2 west bound from I-90 westbound will be closed at Dead Man’s Curve (DMC).
-Rt. 2 westbound exit to East 9th Street will be closed.
-Rt. 2 westbound exit to West 3rd Street will be closed (except for Emergency Vehicles/Port Traffic).
-The exits along Rt. 2 Eastbound into downtown will be closed (Lakeside/West 6th “exit 194”, East 9th “exit 195A”, and the Muni Lot exits “195B and 195C”).
-Both West and East Mall Drive will be closed throughout the event.
-East 9th from Lakeside to North Marginal will be closed.
-Access to Jones Day/Northpoint garages and Route 2 eastbound will be available from Lakeside Ave. only.
-West 3rd from just north of Route 2 overpass will be closed.
-Access (north and southbound) to Summit parking lots and County garage will available