Edgewater Live Rocks Cleveland’s Lakefront All Summer

Thursday Night Concert Series Rolls into its 4th Season


Now in its fourth season, Edgewater Live is once again rocking Cleveland’s lakefront – this year, with the help of its newly opened Beach House. Running for 10 consecutive weeks, Edgewater Live officially kicked off the season on June 8 and will run through August 10. The Thursday night concert series not only features live musical performances, but an array of local food trucks, recreational activities, and a stellar view of Lake Erie and the Cleveland skyline.

Presented by Cuyahoga Community College, Edgewater Live has become a favorite summer pastime for many Northeast Ohioans, providing fun for the entire family. Every Thursday, the event kicks off at 4:30 p.m. on the Centennial Plaza at the Edgewater Beach House with performers from the Tri-C Creative Arts Program. Then from 6 – 9 p.m., this region’s favorite headlining acts perform on the RTA Main Stage.

Edgewater Beach House

While the series has always been a major hit, adding to the allure this year is the newly opened Edgewater Beach House. The two-story, $4.3 million Beach House features an open-air walkway on the second level, which connects to the West 76th Street tunnel. Concert-goers can purchase food and drinks at the Beach House, serving as a nice happy hour hangout for those on their way home from work.

While we recommend visiting the Beach House in person, to get a preview of it, check out the below video tour.

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