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Thursday, June 25, 2015

Loud in Cleveland Podcast at Larchmere Porchfest

Posted By on Thu, Jun 25, 2015 at 10:32 AM

Larchmere Porchfest took place last weekend, bringing 30 days to porches and street corners all over the eastside neighborhood. It's become an annual staple and an excellent reason to include Larchmere in your June itinerary.

If you missed out, that's a bummer — but the guys over at Loud in Cleveland have you covered. They took in the fest with mics and recording equipment, and they present the goods here and at their website today. 



From hosts Mike and Drew:

We had a blast walking around (especially when there isn’t so much snow), seeing all the bands throughout the neighborhood, and getting some excellent food and drink. Like always, we encourage everyone to go see as much local Cleveland music as possible, but if you didn’t make it this year, we hope you can get a bit of a taste in today’s show.

If you don’t know, for the last seven years, the Larchmere neighborhood, nestled between Shaker Boulevard and Fairhill Road, has hosted the Larchmere PorchFest. Residents offer up their front porches as stages for local musical acts to perform on and entertain the crowds.

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