Update: Lineup Announced for Next Year's LaureLive


Update: VIP tickets went on sale this morning for LaureLive, the two-day, family-friendly music festival that takes place on June 9 and 10 at Laurel School’s 140-acre Butler Campus.

The lineup features indie rockers Foster the People, singer-songwriter Brandi Carlile, retro rockers Fitz & the Tantrums and indie rockers Cold War Kids.

Other notable acts include X Ambassadors, Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue, Daya, Red Wanting Blue, Magic Giant and the Record Company.

Artists such as Rag'N'Bone Man, A R I Z O N A, Lauv, Lewis Capaldi, the Aces, Morgxn, Castlecomer and Future Generations will make their debut appearances in Cleveland. Local singer Emily Keener, a 2016 finalist on The Voice, will perform as well.

Original Post: Two years ago, local promoter Elevation Group launched LaureLive, a two-day music festival held at Laurel School, an all-girls (K-12) independent school in Shaker Heights that took place on Laurel’s 140-acre Butler Campus located at 7420 Fairmount Road.

Elevation Group has just announced that early bird discount tickets are now on sale for the 2018 festival, which will take place on Laurel's Butler Campus on June 9 and 10.

"We are close to having 2018 fully booked," says LaureLive executive producer Denny Young in a press release. "We plan to announce all artists performing next June sometime after Thanksgiving. We know people will be excited and pleased as many artists were booked based on direct feedback from LaureLive fans."

According to the press release, this year’s event will feature “the biggest lineup in the three-year history of the festival” as the artists have over 60 million monthly listeners on Spotify and nearly 10 million likes on Facebook.

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