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Thursday, January 14, 2016

Brite Winter Announces Music and Artist Lineup

Posted By on Thu, Jan 14, 2016 at 8:30 AM

Brite Winter 2015 - EMANUEL WALLACE
  • Brite Winter 2015
Brite Winter is set for Feb. 20 on the West Bank of the Flats — a return to the winter festival's roots.

This morning, the festival organizers are dropping the full artist and band lineup, which you can check out below.

Stay tuned to for additional details as the fest grows closer. 

Visual Artists
Crystal Cloudscapes Experience
Forest Funkadellic Expereince
Junkyard Jamboree Experience

by T. Paul Lowry and Architecture Office

Forest City Refresh: Upcycled Pallet Pinwheels
Platonic Solids: Crystalline Seating
by Brad Civic and Friends
Stay Hot Fire Display by Steve Manka
Spontaneous Synergy Dancers + Fire and Light
Dandelions by Ian Petroni
Rust Belt Monster Collective

The Mowgli's
Ohio Sky
Nick D' & The Believers
Thaddeus Anna Greene
Kid Runner
Teddy Boys
Marcus Alan Ward
Cities & Coasts
Brent Kirby & His Luck
Common Ave.
Ageless Males
Bummed Out
By Light We Loom
Playing to Vapors
Archie Green
Megan Zurkey
Shivering Timbers
Corduroy Season
Top Hat Black
Shawn and Shelby
So Long, Albatross
Brave Bones
Maura Rogers and the Bellows
Rock Apocalypse from the School of Rock
Istvan Medgyesi
The Red Western

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