Cleveland's Upcoming S'morefest Celebrates All Things Graham Cracker, Marshmallow and Chocolate


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Cleveland is full of food and drink festivals, but there's always room for some more.

The folks behind Cleveland's beloved music festival, Brite Winter, are putting on a S'morefest next month as a fundraiser for their annual free event. Running from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. on Nov. 15 at Merwin's Wharf (1785 Merwin Avenue), the s'more celebration includes unlimited graham crackers, marshmallows and chocolate bars to those who know what to do with them (that is, eat them sandwiched together).

Patrons can expect live music all night from local artists Brent Kirby, Jul Big Green, Archie Green, and Jason Meyers as well as fire pits set out all around the outdoor venue.

Tickets are $20 for adults, $10 for those 18 and under and free for children under 5, although they won't receive s'mores. Find tickets for the event at Brite Winter's site. Next year's Brite Winter fest is coming back Feb. 22.

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