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Downtown Cleveland, Inc. to present first 'Fall Fest' at North Coast Harbor

The festivities will take place on the first three Saturdays of October.

CLEVELAND — Downtown Cleveland, Inc. has announced the first ever "Fall Fest" event set to take place at Cleveland's Voinovich Bicentennial Park at North Coast Harbor in October.

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The first three Saturdays of October will see a wide variety of family friendly, fall themed events.

The Fall Fest's full lineup can be seen below:

October 7th: Family Fall Day, 2pm-6pm

  • Put on your favorite flannels and join us, along with our community partners, as we welcome fall with free children’s activities, games, kids’ yoga classes, music featuring Jul Big Green, and so much more! 

October 14th: HipHay Hooray & Bright Nights, 2pm-8pm

  • Shop with local vendors at our Fall Market, from 2pm to 6pm, while enjoying a beer and cider garden, food trucks, games, and music from Brent Kirby & Andy Leach! The fun (and beer garden!) continues under the lights for Bright Nights, starting at 5pm, Downtown’s backyard social with the #dtCLE Howl-a-ween Pet Parade at 6pm, and a local band TBD!

Vendors include:

  • skw paint
  • Humble Mornings Coffee Co
  • Plantyful
  • Deep Roots by Carmella Marie
  • Julia Belle's Seasonings, Rubs & Mixes
  • Magical Wonderland Adventure
  • Accidental Realism
  • LT Squared 

October 21st: Boo Bash, 2pm to 6pm

  • Come dressed in your best Halloween costumes for a spook-tacular day of fun! Free children’s activities, music from DJ RED-I, giveaways, food trucks featuring You Enjoy Our Donuts, CLE Chicken and The Dawg Bowl Cajun, and prizes for top costumes every hour. A looping shuttle will travel between Downtown children’s activations, including Boo on The Bank in The Flats East Bank, Magic Mayhem in Tower City Center, and Boo Bash in Voinovich Park.

"Downtown Cleveland, Inc. is thrilled to bring this new event to North Coast Harbor," said Eileen Cassidy, Vice President for Downtown Experience. "It’s just one more way we are animating Downtown’s streets and public spaces year-round, so residents and visitors alike can experience all it has to offer."

For more information on the event, visit the official Fall Fest website.

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