Inspired by the beauty and potential of Rockefeller Park and the Cleveland Cultural Gardens, IngenuityFest creator and Cleveland Public Theatre founder James Levin is launching Cleveland One World Festival to bring people back to the Gardens. Cleveland One World Festival will expand upon the Cleveland Cultural Gardens’ “One World Day,” a celebration held in the gardens for the past 65 years. This year Cleveland One World Festival event will take place on September 13 & 14, and will offer a cultural smorgasbord in celebration of Cleveland’s incredible cultural diversity. This FREE event will feature authentic, ethnic food, drink, and musical, theatrical, and artistic entertainment will showcase the best of what Cleveland’s cultural communities have to offer.
Full schedule is coming soon – everything currently posted reflects the 2013 Festival.
Please note that while we are constantly updating and revising the schedule – last minute changes might occur.
Where do I park?
We are encouraging everyone to park for FREE in the giant new VA staff garage at E105 & Magnolia, and ride the FREE shuttle that will come by every 15 minutes, or simply walk up the street from there. You could also park free in Sam Miller Park (across from the Rockefeller Greenhouse) and ride the shuttle, or park free at Michael R. White school and walk a block to East Blvd.
Check out James Levin talking about the festival to Cool Cleveland:
Luke Frazier and Mark Tebeau have created a wonderful three-minute preview of their documentary, Sculpting Place, introducing the Cleveland Cultural Gardens, where the Cleveland One World Festival will take place on Sunday, August 25. Please watch, share, and save the date!