Metered spots on the streets, city parking lots and city parking garages in the Coventry, Cedar Fairmount & Cedar Lee Business Districts will be FREE during each district’s respective night of the festival! NOTE: There is no parking at bagged meters.
Available parking lots are listed in the district maps below.
Map for Thursday Venues
Map for Friday Venues
Map for Saturday Venues
Want a chance at prize packages valued up to $2,500? Want to support the Heights Music Hop and FutureHeights so we can keep this festival FREE?
Buy your raffle tickets at the raffle booths during the festival.
The Coventry Village, Cedar Fairmount and Cedar Lee Business Districts offer plenty of dining options. Check the VENUES page for links to participating restaurants.
CLICK HERE for the COVENTRY VILLAGE business and dining directory.
CLICK HERE for the CEDAR FAIRMOUNT business and dining directory.
CLICK HERE for the CEDAR LEE business and dining directory.
Most performances are family-friendly, but some may have content that is not appropriate for children. Some venues, including the Silent Disco and those that serve alcohol, may refuse entrance to those under the age of 21, at the discretion of the venue operator.
A series of events specifically designed for families will be offered at the Coventry Village Library and Coventry Peace Campus, located at 1925 Coventry Road.
Parents, review the festival schedule and performers list to find acts you may or may not want your children to attend.
Is it Free?
All performances are FREE, with the exception of the Silent Disco on Thursday, Sept. 13, and the After Party on September 15. Even those events are affordable, at $10 each.
More than 60 FREE performances featuring some of the regions top musical acts!
Are the Streets Closed?
No. Please use caution. Traffic will be flowing in the Coventry Village, Cedar Fairmount and Cedar Lee districts.
Is it Family-Friendly?
Check the Kids & Family Activities information and the performance schedule to see what options are available to children and families. Some performances may not be appropriate for children and some venues may refuse entrance to those under the age of 21.
Where is Alcohol Permitted?
No open alcoholic beverages are permitted outside of the legal boundaries of permit-holding bars and restaurants.
The Heights Music Hop is presented by non-profit FutureHeights, a community development corporation and citizen engagement organization.
The purpose of the Heights Music Hop is to have fun, to provide positive economic impact to the unique, independent businesses that make Cleveland Heights unique, and to highlight the community’s walkability, diversity and focus on the arts.