MainStreet Cleveland and the Cleveland/Bradley Chamber of Commerce Tourism Department have teamed up to give the residents of Cleveland and Bradley County, and visitors to the area, live music at the Friday Festivals.
The festival moves to the green space at First Street Square on Friday with a performance by local talent Yattie Westfield and The Dexter Bell Project.
The festival is part of the grand opening celebration of Agora mixed used development, Hetzel Art Studios & Gallery at 243 Inman St., and AR Workshop Cleveland's new location at 241 Inman St. E.
The festival series continues each Friday in June at 7 p.m. and is a free, family-oriented event. The Friday Festivals are being sponsored by Wacker--Charleston. The events feature live music and specialty food vendors will be offering a variety of treats.
Retailers and restaurants around First Street Square are participating with special events including Hetzel Art Studios & Gallery featuring plein air oil painter, Todd Derr who will complete a painting that day; art pieces and prints on the patio; and working artists. AR Workshop will have Father’s Day and Patriotic mini blocks plus 20 percent off in gift shop. And Hyderhangout will be open with specials for Father's Day.
The concert series concludes on June 26 at the Courthouse Plaza with the Dexter Thomas Band. For more information visit mainstreetcleveland.com or on social media.