Heights Music Hop seeks volunteers for Oct. 11 event
Do you enjoy music? Do you enjoy working with local merchants? Do you enjoy volunteering?
On Oct. 11, Lee Road will once again be filled with free music at the second annual Heights Music Hop, and volunteers are needed to welcome people to the Cedar Lee Business District, help bands move gear, staff tables, and help set up and tear down. Volunteer perks include a T-shirt and free admission to the official after-party at The BottleHouse.
The Heights Music Hop will serve as one of the kick-off locations for Cleveland Beer Week (Oct. 10–18), and includes more bands and venues than last year’s inaugural event.
FutureHeights presents this free community-building event, offering attendees the opportunity to hear a variety of musical styles throughout the Cedar Lee Business District. Last year’s debut event drew more than 1,000 people to the Cedar Lee neighborhood to enjoy the rich culture and unique character of the Heights and its local talent.
Heights Music Hop is supported in part by the residents of Cuyahoga County through a public grant from Cuyahoga Arts & Culture, and by Motorcars, Cedar Lee Special Improvement District, realtor Susan Delaney of Howard Hanna, DVUV, and Keller National.
Attendees can purchase Cleveland Beer Week tasting passports for the opportunity to sample small-batch collaboration beers specially brewed by Northeast Ohio breweries. Learn more at www.clevelandbeerweek.org.
To be the first to learn about the bands, venues, and surprises for this year's event, follow the event on Twitter @heightsmusichop or like its Facebook page at www.facebook.com/heightsmusichop.
Greg Bonanno is chair of the Heights Music Hop Committee and a member of the FutureHeights Board of Directors.