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InCuya music fest announces pop-up restaurants with local chefs, official Platform beer

August 2, 2018

InCuya music fest announces pop-up restaurants with local chefs, official Platform beer

CLEVELAND, Ohio - We already know the InCuya Music Festival is set to bring acts like New Order, SZA, AWOLNATION, The Avett Brothers and Cake to downtown Cleveland this Aug. 25 and 26. Today, the event – which marks Cleveland’s first major downtown music fest in years – unveiled a food lineup that brings local star chefs to the show.

The festival’s “InCuya FoodLand” will feature the chefs creating their own pop-up restaurants on the grounds of Malls B and C. Among those names are Adam Lambert and Trevor Clutterbuck of Ohio City Provisions, Mike Nowak of The Black Pig and recently announced Poca, Brett Oliver Sawyer of The Plum and Sean Watterson, owner of Happy Dog.

Food trucks will also be on-site, including familiar names like Pasta Tivo, Betty’s Bomb Ass Burgers, Wholly Frijoles, Sauced Wood Fired Pizza, Smokin’ Rock and Roll, Wild Spork and the Happy Camper, which focuses on cocktails. 

InCuya is also collaborating with Platform Beer Co. for an official TOURBUS Pilsner. You can start sipping the brew at Platform’s Cleveland and Columbus locations beginning this Saturday.

“Obviously, a love for music is part of the DNA of our city. Platform is excited to be partnering with such a great project and we hope the beer helps festival-goers enjoy the experience even more,” said Paul Benner, co-owner of Platform. “Pilsner pairs perfectly with summers in Cleveland and we couldn’t think of a better style of beer to brew for the InCuya Music Festival.” 

You can get tickets to the festival, which is presented by AEG Presents and Cleveland Concert Company, online at Incuya.com. Prices are slated to increase beginning Monday, Aug. 6.

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