Over the Rhine to Play Western Reserve Land Conservancy Benefit Concert at Beachland

Concert Announcement

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Cincinnati-based indie folk band Over the Rhine (pictured) has regularly played Cleveland throughout the course of its extensive career. The group is slated to return to town to headline a special June 26 concert at the Beachland Ballroom to benefit Western Reserve Land Conservancy’s Reforest Our City initiative. Cleveland singer-songwriter Pete McDonald, who also serves as the Land Conservancy’s director of stewardship, will open the show.


The concert starts at 8 p.m. and tickets which are $100 for VIP admission, which includes pre-show appetizers, first choice for seating, a post-show meet-and-greet with the band and a limited edition poster. General admission tickets are $40 for general admission seating and $20 for general admission standing, Proceeds from the concert will benefit Reforest Our City, a Land Conservancy initiative designed to “restore Cleveland’s tree canopy.”

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