3rd Annual Lake Erie Folk Fest

3rd Annual Lake Erie Folk Fest

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Artists and Events Set for the 3rd Annual Lake Erie Folk Fest


A celebration of traditional music and dance from diverse cultures!

EUCLID, OHIO, JANUARY 26, 2018 - The Shore Cultural Centre and Northeast Ohio Heritage Music Association (NEOHMA) have booked exciting artists and planned a rich offering of hands-on workshops and activities for the 3rd Annual Lake Erie Folk Fest (LEFF) scheduled for Saturday, February 24 at the Shore Cultural Centre in downtown Euclid, Ohio beginning at 1:00pm. The roots based music festival has received enthusiastic reviews since its launch in 2016.

LEFF features from 1:00-6:00pm FREE workshops, demonstrations, jam sessions, mini-concerts and activities for young people - there will be something for all ages! Some of the artists featured will be the Corn Potato String Band providing live music for square dancing, a drum workshop with Tam Tam Magic, Cajun dancing with The Cajun Pals, and mini concerts by Tom Evanchuck, Sands & Hearn and Ballinloch. The free, daytime activities will take place throughout the Shore building, once home to Shore High School built in 1913. The venue is now on the Registry of National Historic Places.

An evening concert at 7:30pm in the Shore Auditorium will feature the folk fusion trio Ten Strings And A Goat Skin from Prince Edward Island, Canada. The group is also scheduled to present an educational program for area middle and high school students on Friday, February 23 at 10:00am at Shore Auditorium. (Call 216-289-8578 for information.)

Also performing at the evening concert will be former The Voice contestant and Wakeman, Ohio native, Emily Keener. Keener is returning after her exciting appearance at last year's LEFF.

Filling out the bill is newgrass duo Aaron Jonah Lewis & Lindsay McCaw, Tam Tam Magic performing West African dance and drumming and the Slovenia mens chorus group Fantje na vasi.

Advanced Tickets for the concert are $10 and may be purchased on-line at click for details and at the Shore Cultural Centre main office. Tickets the day of show and at the door are $15.

Food will be available from 12noon until 7:30pm in the Culinary Bistro on the ground floor of the Shore Cultural Centre. The Bistro is both working restaurant and classroom for students enrolled in the Euclid Culinary Arts Program run by Chef Daniel Esquivel, former executive chef at the Chagrin Valley Country Club.
The LEFF performance site, Shore Cultural Centre, is located at 291 E. 222 St., Euclid. The festival is a collaboration between the Shore Cultural Centre and NEOHMA, a charitable organization, that produces the Blue Sky Folk Festival every September in Kirtland , Ohio.

The Lake Erie Folk Festival is sponsored by Guitar Riot of Cleveland, Village Blacksmith, Inc., Studio Strings of Medina and Sam Ash Music Stores. LEFF is made possible by grants and donations from the Char and Chuck Fowler Family Foundation, Ed Ollick, Funny Times Peace Fund and an anonymous donor from an advised fund of the Cleveland Foundation.

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About the Lake Erie Folk Fest
This festival is a collaboration between two nonprofit organizations, The Shore Cultural Centre and the Northeast Ohio Musical Heritage Association and contributions are tax-deductible as allowed by law.

Media Contacts:
Chris Cipriani
Director of Programming and Marketing
Shore Cultural Centre
Phone: (216) 289-8578
Email address: cmc@thecoralcompany.com
Website: click for details

Nancy Tozer
Vice President
NEOHMA
Email address: nancytozer@hotmail.com
Website: click for details

Tags: Arts And Entertainment, Folk Music




Event Details

Date: February 24, 2018
Time: 1:00pm - 11:00pm

Location:
Shore Cultural Centre
291 East 222nd Street
Euclid, Ohio 44123

website

Contact:
Chris Cipriani
216.289.8578
cmc@thecoralcompany.com


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