While we're patiently waiting for more reviews to appear, here is a notice about the upcoming Hingetown Hoedown Festival. Sounds pretty cool!
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
For more information, contact: Adam Reifsnyder
2820 Detroit Avenue #404
Cleveland, OH 44113 (513) 207-4371 firstname.lastname@example.org
FIRST ANNUAL HINGETOWN HOEDOWN FESTIVAL BRINGS BLUEGRASS AND FOLK MUSIC FROM THE MOUNTAINS TO OHIO CITY OCT. 3
Grab your boots, friends and family and get ready to stomp at the first annual Hingetown Hoedown!
Cleveland’s first ever folk and bluegrass music festival will be held October 3rd in Ohio City’s Hingetown neighborhood at the intersection of West 29th Street and Detroit Ave.. This event fills a void in Cleveland’s music scene, making it more diverse than ever, and will be complemented by food trucks, vendors, beer and family-friendly activities. Admission is free and open to the public.
Hingetown’s main stage will feature a slew of Ohio’s finest musicians. Among the many scheduled to perform are:
The folk rock trio Shivering Timbers visiting from their hometown of Akron, where they were voted ‘Best Musician/Band’ by the Akron Empire in 2014.
Local newgrass band Honeybucket , fresh off their second album release (Stompin’ Grounds) will share with the crowd their modern twist on traditional bluegrass music.
Hailing from Zanesville, Ohio, The Wayfarers are known for their upbeat performances and are sure to play a high-energy set of traditional American roots music.
The Gage Brothers straight from Akron, will form a well-rounded mix with their blues inspired folk sound.
In addition to the Hoedown music, there will also be an array of local vendors, food trucks, and craft beer from Great Lakes Brewery. The Hingetown Hoedown also strives to be as environmentally friendly as possible, using sustainable products and practices.
The Hoedown is a family friendly event and welcomes all ages. With this in mind there will be children’s activities such as face painting, sidewalk chalk, and henna tattoos. Also, The Music Settlement’s Bob Stop is generously providing instruments for children to try out, hoping to spark an interest in music and the community.
The day long festival runs from 1:00 PM to 10:00 PM on Saturday, October 3. Hingetown, a division of Ohio City, and one of Cleveland’s coolest up-and-coming neighborhoods is located at the intersection of West 29th Street between Detroit and Clinton Avenues.
To help make this first-year festival a success, and to ensure that it continues future years, donations can be made through Hingetown Hoedown’s Kickstarter campaign.
For more information please visit hingetownhoedown.com, Facebook, and Twitter.