Cloud Nothings and Arlie will headline the 18th annual Burning River Fest, Great Lakes Brewing Co. announced Thursday.
The annual music and beer festival will take place from 6 to 11 p.m. June 21-22 at the former U.S. Coast Guard Station on Whiskey Island in Cleveland. This year also marks the 50th anniversary of the historic Cuyahoga River fire.
Cleveland-grown Cloud Nothings, an indie rock band, will perform on the Great Lakes Stage Saturday night and be supported by Cleveland hip-hop duo FreshProduce. Nashville-based Arlie top the Friday night bill, along with Columbus-based Angela Perley.
The full musical lineup is:
Friday: Arlie, Angela Perley, Uptowne Buddha, Ray Flanagan & the Authorities, Muamin Collective, Jul Big Green, M. Moody, Samfox, Luca Mundaca and Apostle Jones.
Saturday: Cloud Nothings, FreshProduce, Falling Stars, Daddy Longleg’s Homegrown Revival, Chardon Polka Band, Maddie Finn, Austin’ Walkin’ Cane, Kid Tigrrr, The Chestertons and David Smeltz.
Great Lakes said it will offer the following beers are the festival: Turntable Pils, Great Lakes IPA, Mexican Lager with Lime, and Burning River Fest exclusive Citrus Burning River Pale Ale. Rally Drum Red Ale will also be available in 16-ounce cans. In addition to the beer, there will be wine and food.
Burning River Fest proceeds benefit the the nonprofit Burning River Foundation. The event has raised more than $750,000 so far.
Tickets are $15 each day. For more information, including the full musical lineup, or tickets, click here.