Downtown Festival Cleveland 2014

Sep 19 - Sep 20 2014

Cleveland, Ohio (Various Venues)

$70 (GA)

Downtown Cleveland will take over Grog Shop, House of Blues, and Beachland Ballroom, bringing together high profile national artists and the most compelling emerging artists on unique bills in intimate settings at an affordable price – offering the curation of a large festival at the cost of a club show.

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Festival schedule is not released yet.

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