Cleveland Winter, Bring It On.


Help Out

Brite Winter is still a young and relatively small festival; We’ve reached our first milestone: FIVE years. We rely on people in the community volunteering their time and/or resources towards the goal of making a magical winter experience in the heart of Cleveland.  We’re making music, art, and other interactive fun stuff and we need your help…. think of it of an awesome potluck.

Volunteer

Build fires, run games, get rewarded. Email us if you or your group are interested in getting involved: Email

Contribute to the Festival Planning Committee

 

Contribute to Spreading Festival News and Festival Mission

  • Invite your friends to like our facebook page
  • Follow us on twitter and tweet about recent announcements (@britewinter).
  • Write about Brite Winter, or one of the bands or artists at the festival, on your blog (email us for resources, or see here).
  • Print flyers and pass them out around your ‘hood or Univeristy (see here).
  • Know about fun, music, art, or outdoor events happening in Cleveland, during the winter? Email us so we can write about it and spread the word on other people ‘celebrating winter’.

 

Contribute to the Bottom Line

  • Become a sponsor, visit our sponsors page and contact us about opportunities.
  • Make an in kind donation, the Planning Committee has provided a partial list of materials we could use: in kind donations.
  • Know someone who should be a Brite Winter Sponsor or Partner? Send them to the sponsors page, or Email us to contact them.
  • Support us through a cash donation, or donate and get a reward through Kickstarter in the new year.

 



Brite Winter Blog

Cleveland's annual outdoor winter art and music festival. Celebrating winter is better than tolerating it. Keep up with our blog for news and updates about the people and places lighting their torches to make this winter fun and full of life.

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