Ten Local Bands to Play 4th Annual Red White & Brew Music Festival

Concert Announcement


The Greater Cleveland Aquarium has booked some of the top local acts to play its 4th Annual Red White & Brew Music Festival on Saturday, July 4, from noon-midnight. The all-day music festival will feature ten local acts on two stages, and the garage blues act Welshly Arms will serve as the headliner. The location will offer a view of the city of Cleveland’s fireworks. The Greater Cleveland Aquarium, home to an enormous 230,000 galloon shark tank, will also be open all day with the last admission occurring at 8 p.m.

In addition to Welshly Arms, the Moxies, the Speedbumps, Herzog, Cities and Coasts, Ryan Humbert, Austin Walkin’ Cane and Kristine Jackson, Diana Chittester, Cody J. Martin and Leah Lou and the Two Left Shoes are slated to perform. Food trucks scheduled to be on hand include Jingle Brothers Ice Cream,Thee Oasis Grille and Jones Bones BBQ. Tickets for RWB Music Festival are $29.95 for adults. Children (ages 2-12) are free with the purchase of a GCA general admission ticket. Greater Cleveland Aquarium pass holders receive discounted tickets at the rate of $10 per adult. Tickets are on sale now and can be purchased online at greaterclevelandaquarium.com or by phone at 216.862.8803.

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