‘WonderStruck In Cleveland’ Bringing Portugal. The Man, Brittany Howard For Biggest Lineup Yet

 The Elevation Group has announced its biggest lineup yet for its fifth-year Cleveland music festival, now known as as Wonderstruck In Cleveland, with Portugal. The Man, Walk The Moon, Of Monsters And Men,  Third Eye Blind and Brittany Howard’s first solo performance in Cleveland. It all takes place June 6-7 at the event’s new venue, Lakeland Community College in the Cleveland suburb of Kirtland.

Other artists at the event formerly known as LaureLive include Quinn XCII, Saint Motel, Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue, Atlas Genius and more.
Elevation is owned by Clevelanders Steve Lindecke and Denny Young and produces WonderStruck and the WonderBus Music & Arts Festival in Columbus. Elevation has partnered with Ohio native Cliff Chenfeld – co-founder and former owner of leading indie record label Razor & Tie Music and Kidz Bop; Michelle Wesley, a Cleveland-based businesswoman, philanthropist and founder of Music Elevates ; and Columbus business leader Rick Milenthal to produce both music festivals.
Young tells Pollstar that 12,500 to 15,000 fans are expected per day at WonderStruck.
Tickets and parking passes are available now at wonderstruckfest.com and Eventbrite.com with discounts for students, single-day tickets and festivalgoers aged 11-21. 
The festival site at Lakeland Community college features more than 400 acres in Remarkable Lake County, home to the historic Mooreland Mansion and with onsite parking for WonderStruck attendees. 
Elevation’s WonderBus takes place this year in Columbus Aug. 29-30, at The Lawn at CAS.  Last year WonderBus festival featured Walk The Moon, X Ambassadors, Andrew McMahon In The Wilderness, The Revivalists, Bishop Briggs, Mt. Joy, Ben Harper & The Innocent Criminals, and Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue.