When the Palace Theatre (now Connor Palace) opened in 1922, the Keith Building (in which it's located) was the tallest building in downtown Cleveland. The "stick-built" sign on top of the building was the largest electrical sign in the world. Our retro sign is a nod to our 1920s-era roots, evoking the feel of the Keith Building sign. Rising to a height of 44 feet, the retro sign features 9-foot tall letters and 3-inch LED bulbs. Spanning the Cowell and Hubbard and Woolworth buildings near East 13th Street and Euclid Avenue, the retro sign casts its glow over U.S. Bank Plaza.
The Playhouse Square retro sign frame changes color for:
Want to know when the retro sign is changing color? See the calendar below. On all other nights, the retro sign frame lights up in its standard palette. The retro sign letters are white at all times.
Requests for color changes are not accepted at this time.
April 12: Pastels - Easter
May 25: Red, White & Blue - Memorial Day
July 4: Red, White & Blue - 4th of July
September 7: Red, White & Blue - Labor Day