CLEVELAND – The Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority (RTA) provides the easiest transportation to the seventh annual Brite Winter Festival, an outdoor winter celebration of fire, art and music, from 3 p.m.-midnight on Saturday, Feb. 20.
The festival, previously held in Ohio City, moved to Flats West Bank to accommodate a larger crowd.
Activities are near the intersection of Main Avenue and Elm Street, near McCarthy’s Downtown, 1231 Main Ave., and the Harbor Inn Cafe, 1219 Main Ave. The Harbor Inn, which opened in 1895, is one of the oldest bar/restaurants in Cleveland.
Ride the Waterfront Line to the Settlers Landing Station. Brite Winter will provide a free shuttle to take you to the festival site. The Waterfront Line operates from 9 a.m.-midnight, with service every 15 minutes. Fares are $2.25 for a one-way ticket, or $5 for an All-Day Pass.
Last year, more than 15,000 persons attended “Cleveland’s Premier Winter Art & Music Festival.” This year, attendees can enjoy more than 30 bands, 10 fireplaces and 12 pieces of art.
Admission is free.
Linda Scardilli Krecic