What You Need to Know About This Weekend's IngenuityFest

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EMANUEL WALLACE
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An annual event that pairs music and art, IngenuityFest aims to "ignite the creative spark among artists, makers, and entrepreneurs through joy and collaboration."

This year's theme, Dreamscapes, provides "an entire fantasy, vividly imagined" at the 350,000-square-foot Hamilton Collaborative.



Indie rockers Speedy Ortiz headline the main stage tonight, and King Buffalo has the honors tomorrow night. The Dock Stage will feature Cold City Sol (today) and Nathan-Paul & the Admirables (tomorrow).

At the Maker's Mecca and Vendor Village, children of all ages can enjoy imaginative activities from the youth-focused Ingenuity Dreamland & Imaginarium.



There'll be sustainability focused exhibits of IngenuiTree Isle, featuring Lettuce Tree Farms and Drink Local Drink Tap; and Wellness Way, on the never-before-seen third floor, provides a chance for attendees to focus on the health of mind, body and spirit. The Dreamer's Tavern will feature local speakers from Cleveland's Creative Arts Network.

A weekend pass will set you back $10, and parking costs $5, though free street parking might be available ("parking on streets and in lots is at your own risk," warns press materials about the event).

Consult the website for a complete schedule.

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