Our monthly art walk in Market Alley in downtown Cleveland. It happens on the first Thursday of each month and gives artists with no gallery a place to sell. Anyone is welcome and live music is provided.
Every year, generally in February, Keep Cleveland Boring celebrates its birthday with live music and other activities. This year, KCB celebrates its 4th birthday with live music by the Disposable Faces and the Moonlight Mechanics.
Pour Mississippi Music and Beer Festival is currently being planned for 2015. Basically, the festival will feature regional breweries offering a sample of their beer for a set entry fee. More info will be available in the months to come.
Caroling Pub Crawl
Each December, we celebrate the season accordingly with a festive pub crawl through most of the downtown Cleveland bars. Partnering with Cleveland/Bolivar County Young Professionals, the pub crawlers show up in bulk in their best attire. Carols are sung at each stop.
Our annual event to showcase local restaurants' best culinary skills while raising money for an unfunded local project. When patrons buy the special at any participating venue during RW, they receive a ballot to vote on where the money goes.
Each Saturday in October, Keep Cleveland Boring, along with Hey Joe's, features a Mississippi brewery + a Mississippi band on the Hey Joe's (now-new) patio. Everyone knows that the Fall in Mississippi is something to celebrate. So, celebrate it with us + a southern brew!
This is our single-night food festival featuring Bolivar County Restaurants. For a $15 entry fee, patrons get free reign over bite-sized portions of each restaurant's prepared dishes. 20+ restaurants participate annually and the event takes place in Market Alley in downtown Cleveland.
Every 3rd Saturday in April, the world celebrates Record Store Day (www.recordstoreday.com) to pay homage to independently-owned record stores.
We at Keep Cleveland Boring put on Record Store Day Festival and enjoy this occasion with record players, blankets, and yard games on the green strip in downtown Cleveland. People attending are encouraged to bring their own record players and/or yard games and spend the day listening to original music.
This is what we call Keep Cleveland Boring's monthly newsletter, where we feature various KCB events and other going-on around the arts, food, and music scene in Cleveland. Pick one up to keep up with us!