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Cuyahoga Community College's JazzFest now accepting vendor applications

Paul Krasinic

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CLEVELAND, OH — Artists, restaurants and food purveyors, local companies, churches, civic and community groups, and other non-profits are invited to apply to participate as vendors in the 42nd annual Tri-C JazzFest Cleveland, presented by KeyBank.

Applications will be accepted online through Monday, August 16 at tri-c.edu/jazzfestvendorregistration. Due to space constraints, the number of vendors is limited this year. The venue's concession company is solely responsible for all beverage sales. There may be further menu restrictions as well.

All vendors, be it new or returning, must fill out the application. Fees will be negotiated after the application process is completed.

This year's Tri-C JazzFest will be located at Cain Park, and it will take place on September 11 and 12. The Evans Amphitheater will host ten acts during the course of the two-day festival. Banda Magda, Christian Sands, Emmet Cohen, Samara Joy, Catherine Russell, Spanish Harlem Orchestra and many others are among the artists on the 2021 list. The full roster and schedule can be found at tri-cjazzfest.com.

Day passes can be purchased at ticketmaster.com or by calling 216-371-3000. Reserved passes are in four different price ranges: $50, $65, $75 and $100. Seating on the lawn costs $35.

The U.S. Bank Kids Club, a Talk Tent with artist interviews, and other strolling bands and street performers are among the festival's other outdoor events.

Cuyahoga Community College, KeyBank, the National Endowment for the Arts, the Ohio Arts Council, The George Gund Foundation, Strassman Insurance Services Inc. and a growing number of contributors and vendors make Tri-C JazzFest Cleveland possible. The City of Cleveland Heights owns and operates Cain Park.

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