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Thursday, June 20, 2019

What You Need to Know About This Weekend's Burning River Fest

Posted By on Thu, Jun 20, 2019 at 2:02 PM

click to enlarge EMANUEL WALLACE
  • Emanuel Wallace
The Burning River Fest pokes fun at one of Cleveland's not-so-proud moments while conveying the importance of preserving Northeast Ohio's freshwater sources. Created by the aptly named Burning River Foundation, the fest takes place this weekend at the historic Coast Guard Station on Whiskey Island.

The indie rock act Arlie headlines Friday night and Cleveland’s Cloud Nothings get top billing on Saturday night.



Doors open at 6 each night, and the fun continues to 11 p.m. Tickets are $15 for each night. All ticket and beer sales will benefit clean water initiatives in Northeast Ohio. Find all the details on the website.

Friday's Acts

Arlie
Angela Perley
Uptowne Buddha
Ray Flanagan & the Authorities
Muamin Collective
Collin Miller
M. Moody
Samfox
Luca Mundaca
Apostle Jones

Saturday's Acts

Cloud Nothings
FreshProduce
Falling Stars
Daddy Longleg's Homegrown Revival
Punchdrunk Tagalongs
Maddie Finn
Austin’ Walkin’ Cane
Kid Tigrrr
The Chestertons
David Smeltz

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