REVIVE: Electronic Music + Art + Awareness to Take Place at Hart Crane Memorial Park on May 11

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To celebrate the 50th anniversary of the revitalization of the Cuyahoga River, locally based Sphere Presents and Canalway Partners have teamed up to present REVIVE: Electronic Music + Art + Awareness, a festival that will educate attendees on the importance of sustainability.

The all-ages event takes place from 11 a.m. to midnight on May 11 at Hart Crane Memorial Park.



Located underneath industrial bridges, REVIVE will feature two stages of techno, house, and drum and bass electronic music. There will also be a Makers & Creators exhibit, Great Lakes Brewing Company beer on tap and a selection of themed cocktails. Sainato's at Rivergate will provide the food, and there will be visual art displays by artist Kevin Jackson.

Musical acts slated to perform include Ataxia [pictured], HAZE-M, Jeff Ozmits, Alien Gonzales, Brandon Andrews, BRUH, Chris Pulse, Cyn, Foreal, Imerica, Jesse Trillet, Josh Strollis, Justin Bailey, KC, Logan Boggs, Mike Gunn, Party Lips, Ricky Spanish, Rob Riddum, Thunder St.Clair, Tim Steelyard and Queen of Chaos.



General admission tickets are $10 advance and can be purchased at revivecleveland.eventbrite.com.

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