Cleveland Winter, Bring It On.


2011 Line Up

2011 Line Up

On Saturday, February 19, 2010 – Roughly 1,500 Clevelanders from around the city came to Enjoy the Second Annual Brite Winter Festival at Hart Crane Memorial Park and Rivergate Park.  Guests included Pop Up City enthusiasts, CWRU and CSU graduate and professional students, rowers, cyclists, people from the art community, fans of the bands, and residents of the Ohio City, Tremont, and Flats-Oxbow neighborhoods.

Music & Activity Lineup

Music: Main Stage bands Modern Electric, Living Stereo, The Wheel, SunSpots,  Martin and Marshall, Tim Matson, Amy Fishbach, Istvan Medgyesi, Cool Matt, Presque Vu, The Undercurrents
Fire: 2 bonfires, complete with s’mores
Food/Drink: Full service bar and food at Sainato’s Restaurant, Hot drinks and eats from Gypsy Bean & Baking Company, sold out food trucks by Umami Moto and strEAT Mobile Bistro
Art: Local and regional artists and students transformed the space by engaging guest with kinetic light drums, a do-it-yourself light jukebox, and local artisans and crafters
Outdoor fun:Giant skeeball, urban minigolf, giant crane game, build-a-castle

Partners and Sponsors:

Sponsors: K&D Group, Gypsy Bean & Baking Co, Tequila Ranch,

Partners: Ohio City Near West, Ohio Canal Corridor, Cleveland Marshall College of Law, CWRU Graduate Student Senate and GradPro Council, and Cleveland State University American Planning Association

 



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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