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Tremont Arts & Cultural Festival

Sep 29, 2019

Noon-5pm in Tremont's Lincoln Park FREE admission

Lincoln Park - 1208 Starkweather Avenue, in Cleveland's historic Tremont neighborhood, 216-575-0920. Multiracial and multicultural Festival features fine art, sculpture, and jewelry, children's activities and programs, food booths,musicians and performers. Saturday 12 am - 7 pm, Sunday 12 pm - 5 pm. Free admission.

The Nineteenth Annual Tremont Arts and Cultural Festival returns to Lincoln Park. The mission of the Festival is to celebrate the cultural and artistic diversity of Tremont and Greater Cleveland by encouraging the artistic and cultural endeavors of its visual and performing artists.

The weekend Festival is comprised of four categories or program areas which include: Children's-hands-on arts, historical, and educational projects; Community-area non-profit organizations presenting material about their mission and services; Cultural-food sales by Tremont churches, other non-profit organizations, and Tremont restaurants reflecting the ethnic diversity of the neighborhood; and sales of paintings, sculpture, jewelry, ceramics, and photographs created by Tremont and Northeast Ohio artists.

Artists who are accepted into the Festival through the jurying process are eligible for consideration by the jurors for the Festival's top three prizes.

The Festival will also have music and dance performances both Saturday and Sunday on one main stage located near Kenilworth Avenue between West 14th Street and West 11th Street.

Admission to the Festival is free. The Festival is sponsored by Merrick House and co-sponsored by Tremont West Development Corp. and Cleveland Ward 3 Councilman Kerry McCormack.  For questions and information contact Festival Manager, Scott Rosenstein, at 216-575-0920 or

  Admission to the Tremont Arts and Cultural Festival is free. The Festival is presented by Merrick House, Tremont West Development Corp., Cleveland Council Members Kerry McCormack (Ward 3), Jasmin Santana (Ward 14) and Anthony Brancatelli (Ward 12). The Festival is sponsored by the contributions of the citizens of Cuyahoga County through Cuyahoga Arts and Culture. Media sponsor is WKSU—89.7. Additional support is provided by the Ohio Arts Council, Tremont Trek Home Tour, the Tremont Farmers’ Market, Horton Harper Architects, Carolyn Bentley of Howard Hanna Realty, and Integrity Realty.    Sponsors of Merrick House programming include “Dollar Diner” Healthy Restaurant sponsor ArcelorMittal.

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