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Wednesday, February 3, 2016

Cleveland Lottery League Set to Return in 2016 (Updated)

Music News

Posted By on Wed, Feb 3, 2016 at 12:07 PM

Earlier this week, the folks behind Cleveland Lottery League, the event that involves local musicians from an array of different bands, hosted a media mixer at ABC Tavern to debut the new trailer created by local videographer Lauren Voss. The video promotes the upcoming fundraiser and "draft" that take place this weekend at the Beachland as well as the Big Event that takes place at the Agora in April. We've posted the video at the bottom of this blog post.


On Feb. 5, there will be a special showcase fundraiser featuring 2013 Lottery League bands Queen of Hell and Hiram-Maxim (aka Kill It With Fire) at the Beachland Ballroom and Tavern. The “draft” that places the musicians in their respective new bands will then take place on Feb. 6 at the Beachland Ballroom.

The free concert featuring all the bands will take place at the Agora in April. Organizers expect the 2016 Cleveland Lottery League to be the “biggest and best season ever.” Within the next couple weeks, they'll have more info and details. They plan to launch a Go Fund Me campaign to raise money for the event, and they'll release a trailer video too. 

2016 Cleveland Lottery League Trailer from Lauren Voss on Vimeo.

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