'The Bachelor' Live Show Comes to Cleveland to Help You Find True Love in One Night

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Those looking for love in Cleveland may have a shot at an instant connection when The Bachelor Live on Stage comes to the State Theatre next April.

The live version of the show takes one lucky local bachelor and a slew of hopeful, single women and puts them all on stage together with the hope of finding true love (or lust) all in the span of one evening.



Ben Higgins, of The Bachelorette and Bachelor In Paradise fame, is hosting the live show as it tours around the country.

Even if fans don't find true romance that night, the event's website says attendees can expect “all the drama, the gossip and the romance of your favorite TV show in one delightful evening for the ultimate fan party.”



 Subsequently, the actual Bachelor TV show is holding auditions in Cleveland this Saturday. That event is at the Cleveland Marriott Downtown at Key Center (1360 West Mall Drive) and requires that potential contestants show up by 1 p.m.

The price to experience the live event come April 3, however, starts at $25. Find all the tickets, which go on sale this Friday, at thebachelorliveonstage.com.

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