Inaugural Day & Night Music Festival Announces Line-Up


The Cleveland Music Festival has morphed into the Day & Night Music Festival, a three-day music festival that will include “hundreds of local and regional bands being featured on the most renowned venues in the city,” as it’s put in a press release. Slated to take place on Friday, Aug. 29, Saturday, Aug. 30 and Sunday, Aug. 31, the festival will include concerts at Lincoln Park.

According to the press release, it will also make use clubs such as House of Blues, the Agora, the Grog Shop, the Beachland, the Foundry and 21 Lounge. Some of the more notable acts slated to perform include singer-songwriter Pat Dailey and the metal act Mushroomhead. Other headliners include Madison Crawl, Hostile Omish, One-Eyed Doll, One Days Notice, Unsaid Fate, Hawkeye, Along Came A Spider, Texas Plant, Oldboy, Chris Petrey, Wild Throne, Wylie, Mimo, Dr. Sound System AKA DJ 7UP, Ataxia, Kevlar and A Thousand Paper Cranes. The Festival will also feature educational panels with “music industry insiders from across the country.” Those panel discussions will take place at Lincoln Park. Three-day passes are $10 in advance and will be available at participating venues for $15 at the door. 

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