February 24, 2018

The Lake Erie Folk Fest

Shore Cultural Centre   291 E. 222nd Street

 

The third annual Lake Erie Folk Fest will take place on February 24, 2018, in Euclid, OH.

Come out for a free afternoon of engaging workshops, dances, jams and children’s programs.  Then cap off your day by attending an inspiring evening show in the Shore Cultural Centre’s historic concert hall.

 

Evening Concert – 7:30pm

Ten Strings and a Goat Skin

Others to be announced.

Concert admission $10; age 12 and under free. General seating tickets will be available online and at the door.

Check back to purchase tickets to evening concert.

 

Afternoon Events – 1-6pm – FREE

With 36 workshops, mini-concerts, community jams, dances, music workshopskids workshops and music in the Culinary Bistro, there’s sure to be something for everyone!

 

Volunteer

Volunteer for 2 hours and get a free ticket to the evening concert, along with that warm fuzzy feeling inside you get when you help out a great cause.  Volunteer Sign-up for more info.

 

 


A Community Celebration of Music & Dance

The Lake Erie Folk Fest is a collaboration of the North East Ohio Musical Heritage Association,  producer of the Blue Sky Folk Festival in Kirtland, and the Shore Cultural Centre, a former high school turned innovative arts center in downtown Euclid.

The event brings two communities together in a late-winter cross-pollination of the arts: Euclid’s diverse artistic community, and the Northeast Ohio folk music community. Questions? Contact producer Laura Lewis, lakeeriefolkfest@gmail.com, or call Shore Cultural Centre at 216-289-8578.

Want to Help Out?

Volunteer! Make a donation! Become a sponsor! Get involved to support this FREE to the public day of workshops, dancing, performances, jams and children's programming, topped by an affordable evening concert.

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Help support this first-time event and bring great folk music to new audiences