Gaelic Storm Lee Road Pub Crawl kicked off July 25
On Monday, July 25, Cain Park launched an interactive, community pub crawl, to coincide with a concert by the popular Celtic band Gaelic Storm, on Tuesday, Aug. 2, in Cain Park.
Participants in the Gaelic Storm Lee Road Pub Crawl are encouraged to visit the six participating Lee Road pubs and wineries—The Wine Spot, CLE Urban Winery, Tavern Company, The BottleHouse Brewery, Parnell’s Irish Pub and New Heights Grill—to obtain an official pub crawl passport and play for prizes.
Cain Park regularly partners with The Wine Spot for wine tastings at its concerts. This event is designed to help promote all the pub and winery businesses on Lee Road during the street's construction, while simultaneously promoting the concert to the Cedar Lee Business District's pub-loving patrons.
Pub crawlers have up to nine days to acquire a stamp from all six locations, and return their finished passport to the Cain Park ticket office during daily ticket office hours. The deadline to turn in a completed passport is 5 p.m. on Aug. 2. The drawing will take place at 6:30 p.m. that evening.
Prizes include gift cards and gift packages from each bar or winery, a signed Gaelic Storm CD, a private meet-and-greet with the band, and front-row ticket upgrades for the Aug. 2 Gaelic Storm concert at 8 p.m. Winners will be notified via text message, phone call or e-mail one-half hour before doors open for the show. (Gaelic Storm prizes are awarded to those who are concert ticket holders; bar and winery prizes are available to all participants.)
Gaelic Storm is a chart-topping, multi-national band. Its latest CD, Matching Sweaters, is a “Best of 2015: iTunes World Album” that mixes traditional Irish music with modern influences. Gaelic Storm tickets are available by calling the Cain Park ticket office at 216-371-3000 or online at www.cainpark.com. Find the event on FaceBook here.
For more information, e-mail email@example.com or call 216-482-3180.
Jessica Rosenblatt is the coordinator for PR/Marketing at Cain Park.