TanZ SummerFest to Take Place Over Labor Day Weekend on the East Bank of the Flats


Last year, TanZ SummerFest, an outdoor music festival that took place on West 6th Street in the Warehouse District, sent summer out with a bang. Along with Grammy-winning headliner Afrojack and Grammy-winning support artist Cedric Gervais, the music festival’s lineup included Apster, LondonBridge and local talent DJ EV, Corrupt and Derek Armstrong.

The festival returns this Labor Day weekend and will take place on Sept. 2 and 3 on the East Bank of the Flats. ZEDD and Nicky Romero will headline and Tritonal, Sunnery James & Ryan Marciano, Throttle, Jayceeoh, LondonBridge, Steve James, MOST, DJ EV, Derek Armstrong and Justin Nyce will also perform.

“We’re excited to expand TanZ SummerFest to two days and move to our great new location on the water at Flats East Bank,” says TanZ Produced CEO Sam Krichevsky in a press release. “With the continued growth of our region, Cleveland is primed and ready to support a signature music festival in our beautiful downtown area. Along with our partners at FWD Day + Nightclub and the tremendous support of the Flats East Bank, it will be a truly memorable Labor Day weekend.”

Food trucks will be on hand, and there will be various activities for all ages, including curated art installations by artists Kid Wiseman, LEO and woodworker Kyle Troth.

Two-day general admission and VIP packages are on sale through Eventbrite. Those packages start at $80. Visit tanzsummerfest.com for more info.

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