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Friday, June 7, 2019

Annual Chardon Love Fest Music Festival Returns on June 29

Posted By on Fri, Jun 7, 2019 at 9:10 AM

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Chardon Love Fest, an annual open-air music festival, will return to the historic Chardon Square in Chardon on June 29 for its ninth consecutive year.

The free festival will kick off at noon, and it’ll feature 20 bands, including acts such as Steve Wright, Brandon Postman, Olivia Martinez, Lucky is the Lion, Chloe and the Steel Strings, and Thor Platter.



A 5013c nonprofit organization, Love Fest aims to “give a stage to the up-and-coming heroes of the next generation of music.”

In addition to live music, the festival will also feature a special gallery in the Heritage House with art from across Northeast Ohio. Installations and interactive pieces will be scattered throughout the square, and there will be activities for all ages, including a yoga tent and painting classes.

There will be nearly 35 vendors and booths featuring local artists, crafts and local nonprofits. The festival also features local food trucks and pop-up kitchens.

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