Donutfest Cleveland 2019 Tickets Go On Sale Friday, Vendors Announced

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Update: Pertinent details of this year's Cleveland Donutfest, which brings the sugar rush to town Feb. 9, have finally been released. First, tickets for this year's event, held downtown at Red Space once again, go on sale this Friday.

We also know some of the vendors scheduled for attendance, including: Holey Toledough, Brewnuts, Madsen Donuts, Peace, Love & Little Donuts, Jack Frost, Urban Farmer, Fiona's Coffee Bar & Bakery, Joe Maxx Coffee Co., Circles on the Square, Jubilee Donuts and Duck Donuts.



Come Friday, find tickets here. Note that the last two events have sold out quickly.

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(Original Post 11/29/2018): If just the mere thought of eating round, fried dough makes you say, "mmmm, donuts," than the return of Cleveland Donutfest should be cause for celebration.



Now coming for its third year on the shores of Lake Erie, the event is run out of Chicago and pops up around the country, local donut fiends should mark their calendars for Feb. 9 when Donutfest will be back in action.

Naturally, the location and list of local vendors (other than Brewnuts, see below) has yet to be announced, but sign up for the event email list to get all of the details straight to your inbox. In the past two years, tickets have gone fast so it's best to prepare.

Those lucky enough to go to last winter's event at Red Space got to taste donuts from Brewnuts, Jack Frost Donuts, the Vegan Doughnut Company, Urban Farmer and more.

Take a look at what went down at the 2018 event right here.

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