House of Blues Announces Local Beer and Music Festival

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Clevelanders love beer. And they love music. So it makes sense that House of Blues would pair the two together. The club has just announced plans for the inaugural Local Brews Local Grooves, which takes place at 5 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 28 at House of Blues. As they like to say on NPR, let’s do the numbers. Guests can sample beers from 12 of the top local breweries and check out 14 of Cleveland’s best bands on four stages throughout the venue. In addition, there will be eight different food stations featuring food from a menu created by House of Blues chefs just for the event. Breweries such as Great Lakes, Thirsty Dog and Portside are slated to participate. Bands such as Austin Walkin’ Cane, Chris Allen, the Admirables and Revolution Brass Band will perform. Tickets, which go on sale at 10 a.m. on Friday, are $10 for admission and $15 for sampling wristbands. VIP tickets, which include early admission, will set you back $60. They'll be available at ticketmaster.com, livenation.com or houseofblues.com/Cleveland.
 

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