One of the largest event spaces in Cincinnati, Ohio, Cincinnati Music Hall is a beautiful yet unique venue option for your wedding day. The Music Hall's talented professionals can make any of their spaces custom to your specific needs and tastes. Whether your wedding will be a big party, or an intimate reception, it will be a flawless day.
Facilities and Capacity
The Cincinnati Music Hall has four different event spaces, with a maximum capacity of 650 and a minimum of 50. The Music Hall Ballroom is the primary choice for wedding parties. However, there are additional options. The P&G Founders Room provides guests with a space to relax before or after the event. Additionally, the Taft Suite is a newer event space that can be used for smaller events. The Balcony Parlor is another place for guests to relax in a more intimate setting. Another popular choice for larger events, the Corbett Tower boasts a beautiful cove ceiling, elegant stencil designs and crystal chandeliers.
Cincinnati Music Hall can accommodate the entirety of your wedding, starting with the rehearsal dinner. Services ensure that all guests are taken care of. Services include:
Recommended by 86% of couples
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Jessica · Married on 08/18/2018
We loved having our wedding at Music Hall this past August. The renovation looks amazing and all of my guest kept commenting on how this was one of their favorite wedding venues ever! We started out in the foyer for our ceremony and then moved our way up to the mezzanine for cocktail hour and lastly, went up to Corbett Tower for the reception. Our final guest count was 157 and it fit perfectly, even with our band!
The natural lighting from the windows overlooking Washington Park, and the beautiful chandeliers that they moved to Corbett Tower made it an easy decision for me to have my reception there.
It also helps that Terri Kidney is very great to work with. She responds in a timely manner and was so accommodating by letting us stop in a couple of times on weekends that we were home in Cincinnati to look at the space and do some planning. We felt like out of all the venues in Cincinnati we got huge value for our money by having it here.
If they have your date open and you are considering booking it there, I would definitely recommend!
Anar · Married on 06/30/2018
Cincinnati Music Hall was a classic, beautiful venue for our wedding reception. We had our wedding ceremony next door at Memorial Hall then had guests walk over to Music Hall for the reception. The ballroom renovation looks amazing and I love the arched lighting. Despite having more than 400 guests, the ballroom felt very spacious as we had both the cocktail hour and dinner/reception in the same room. Our guests had an amazing time and nothing but positive comments about the service and venue.
Rachel · Married on 01/19/2013
Our wedding took place in the Cincinnati Music Hall Ballroom. Everything was perfect, less the cost of the bar and certain elements they had to charge for regarding union rules. Everything is unionized at Music Hall. Terry Kidney, Cindy, and Vito were exceptionally kind and accommodating. I requested some painting and light maintenance be done prior to our event/wedding, which all was completed. They provided security, and when someone accidentally broke a glass on the dance floor, their security and maintenance crew was right on it! They were able to allow us set-up on Friday, without charge, for our Saturday wedding, although we had to be out by a certain time for another scheduled event. They suggested vendors, one of which I did use. They were extremely helpful throughout the entire planning process and lovely, hard-working people. We had some special orders for alcohol, which was taken care of, however, the rules are very stringent. As long as you are willing to follow their rules and pay the costs, it is worth it. I had one request that did not go through, which had been agreed to. I never complained, as there was nothing I could do about it as I found out when I was about to walk down the aisle. I had to take several swallows, but we made it and all was wonderful.