Summertime in Cleveland is an especially eventful time with an abundance of festivals featuring arts, music, food, and lots of good, local beer. In last week's blog post, we touched on 10 Reasons that Cleveland is the Best Kept Secret. For those not familiar with Cleveland, this city is a seedbed bursting with culture, innovation, and a large concentration of locally owned businesses. One thing Clevelanders love about this great city is the neverending lineup of festivals. And In an exciting turning point, a number of festivals are expected to make a triumphant return this summer. We put together a list of this summer's festivals including dates and a link to the event website. Check them out and let us know which ones you visit!
Tremont Greek Festival
Friday, May 27th to Monday, May 30th
Cleveland Pride 2022
Saturday, June 4th
Saturday, June 25th
Summer Solstice 2022 at the CMA
Saturday, June 25th
Cleveland Tall Ships Festival
Thursday, July 7th to Sunday, July 10th
Taste of Tremont
Sunday, July 17th
BorderLight: Festival of International Theatre
Wednesday, July 20th to Sunday, July 24th
Feast of the Assumption
Friday, August 12th to Monday, August 15th
Waterloo Arts Fest
Saturday, August 27th
Cleveland Garlic Festival
Saturday, August 27th to Sunday, August 28th
Friday, September 2nd to Sunday, September 5th,
Friday, September 9th to Sunday, September 10th
Cleveland National Airshow
Saturday, September 3rd to Monday, September 5th
Friday, September 23rd to Sunday, September 25th
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