Catch Meaning Music Festival
GET READY! The annual Catch Meaning Music Fest returns on Sunday, May 27, 2018.
What began in 2016 to honor the memory of two special young men is now a one-of-a-kind Northcoast festival for nationally and locally recognized indie music talent. The legacy of Alex & Josh lives on through a high-energy community celebration and its message of making meaning in every moment. Expect the unexpected with a diverse line-up of bands that includes The Floozies, Ripe, Aaron Benjamin, The Vindys, recent Tri-C High School Rock Off winner Montage, MalcUpNext, and The Butterfly Experiment. Great music, food, and more.
Pre-sale tickets for the festival are only $26 and include admission to the Rock Hall (value $26). Day-of-festival tickets are $35.
Proceeds from the event support organizations that guide young adults in their journey to catch meaning and make a positive impact in the world around them.
Advance ticket sale options are:
General Admission $26
- Also includes access to tour Rock & Roll Hall of Fame ($26 value)
VIP Admission $125*
A limited number of $125 VIP tickets (which include a $90 tax deductible donation to the Catch Meaning Fund at the Cleveland Foundation) are available for purchase. To request a ticket, email [email protected].
- GA Festival benefits, plus:
- Exclusive stage-front viewing area at each main stage
- Complimentary food/water
- Private bar with premium choices
- Discount on Catch Meaning merchandise
About Catch Meaning
The Catch Meaning Fund was established at the Cleveland Foundation by the Weil and the Doody families in 2015. It supports causes that honor the magnetic spirit and boundless potential of two exceptional young men, Alex Doody (1996-2015) and Josh Weil (1997-2015). Grants are made to organizations that guide young adults in their journey to catch meaning and make a positive impact in the world around them. Last year’s Catch Meaning grant recipients were the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Cleveland, The Cleveland Kids Book Bank, NOLS, and the Western Reserve Land Conservancy. To date, more than $200,000 has been raised for the Catch Meaning Fund.
For questions about Catch Meaning, contact Michael Weil at [email protected]