Subzero temperatures, snow, flu, and post-holiday empty calendars got you down? Do you have the cabin fever, just aching to get out and rock n roll? We’ve got you covered with the first annual Cabin Fever Music and Arts Festival! Come to Ludlow, KY on February 24th and experience this eclectic urban community and its unique and artistic offerings!
Folk School Coffee Parlor, Matt Ogden Productions, and the Bootsy Collins Foundations have teamed up to create the Cabin Fever Music Festival. This one evening event, held on February 24th from 4 p.m. until 1 a.m. will be featuring music at 6 venues to bring you an evening of alternative music stylings ranging from folk to punk, with everything in between. 10 additional venues will be highlighting local artists that embody the creative spirit of the community and Greater Cincinnati Region.
Featured Bands and Artists include: Al Scorch, Tim Easton, Triiibe (formerly BLVCK SEEDS), Oiwey Collins and the Funk, The Whiskey Shambles, Jess Lamb & The Factory, Dead Man String Band and MANY MORE! Visual artists include Brian Level (Marvel comics and Tattoo Artist Extraordinaire), Jeff and John Winkle, Tom Gaither, Linnoir Rich, Brian Beck to name a few. Ludlow based food offerings, local food truck favorites, booze (including Ludlow’s own Bircus Beer and Second Sight Spirits) coupled with an evening of rock n roll and artistry will keep you warm as you brave the cold and experience Ludlow, KY, the chill, urban, funky and creative River city that has been exciting everyone with its resurgence and reclaimed vibrancy.
The Jerry Springer Podcast and Guardian Savings Bank have graciously sponsored this music and arts extravaganza to not only highlight the community but to allow proceeds from the event to support The Bootsy Collins Foundation their Say It Loud—Instruments 4 Every child— and Peppermint Patti’s Groovemint Girls programming! The Bootsy Collins Foundation recognized internationally, serves to educate, provide, and communicate music through the culture of the region or nation from which it comes. As more funding cuts create a lack of music education in our school systems, the Bootsy Collins Foundation works diligently to fill in this gap and to support all children finding their song and groove. Visit Ludlow, KY for the evening of February 24th and you may find you don’t want to leave!
Ludlow, KY is located 3.5 miles from downtown Cincinnati, less than ten minute drive. Ample street parking as well as pocket lots will provide safe places to park your cars and walk around the most pedestrian friendly city in NKY. Admission is $20 pre-sale and $25 day of show. Check out some amazing art, listen to some music, have a drink, and grab a bite as you dash from one great venue to the next. No need to go all ‘Here’s Johnny”, we’ve got your cure with the Cabin Fever Music and Arts Festival.