Aloft Cleveland Downtown to Kick Off a Music Showcase on November 11

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The downtown Aloft hotel has occasionally hosted live music since it first opened. Now, it has just announced that it’ll kick off a new Live@Aloft Cleveland Showcase on Nov. 11.

The concert will feature Jason White of the Janglers (pictured) and local singer-songwriters Madeline Finn, Rob Kovacs and Shawn Brewster.

In the wake of the kickoff event, Aloft Cleveland Downtown will a host a showcase featuring local talent every Thursday from 8 p.m. to 11 p.m. Brewster will perform on Thursday, Nov. 15.

In addition, local pianist Rob Kovacs will continue to perform in the lobby area every Tuesday for happy hour (4:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.). The hotel also features house music by DJ Blackbird every Saturday from 10 p.m. to 2 a.m.



"Live@Aloft is a global effort to highlight emerging and local artists. Cleveland has a great music community and we're happy to be able to showcase such amazing talent to both travelers and our local music supporters,” says Jessie Kelkenberg, the hotel's food and beverage supervisor, in a press release.

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