AEG, Rock Hall Bring InCuya Festival To Cleveland

InCuya Music Festival
– InCuya Music Festival
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AEG Presents has teamed with the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame to bring the new InCuya festival to Cleveland Aug. 25-26, which will be a “cross-genre, multi-generational, collaborative, and uniquely Cleveland event” with both national recording artists and local musicians. 

The event will take place in the heart of the city’s downtown on The Malls and be produced by AEG Presents with support from the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, the city of Cleveland, Destination Cleveland as well as the newly formed Cleveland Concert Company, according to an announcement from the Rock Hall. 
A music lineup as well as more details are promised in April. 
AEG Presents senior VP Joe Litvag said in a statement reported by local media: “Cleveland has been waiting a long time for its own unique mainstream music festival, and we’re thrilled to deliver what promises to be an incredible experience to the city that’s widely regarded as the epicenter of rock n roll.” 
Pollstar has reached out for more information about the Cleveland Concert Company.,
AEG already puts on Rock On The Range as well as the Buckeye Super Countryfest in Columbus, Ohio. 
The announcement comes just a week after the announcement of major festivals in Colorado.
Grandoozy is being produced by Bonnaroo co-founder Superfly along with consulting from AEG Presents’ Rocky Mountain office, Sept. 14-16. 
That event will be headlined by Kendrick Lamar, Florence + The Machine, and Stevie Wonder and expects “tens of thousands of fans per day” across four stages at Denver’s Overland Park Golf Course, Superfly co-founder Jonathan Mayers told Pollstar
Live Nation has also been approved to hold a major country music festival in Colorado, although details are forthcoming.