17 Food Trucks and Carts, local beer, free live music, arts activities for the whole family, perfect weather. Summer isn’t over ’til the Cincinnati Street Food Festival in Walnut Hills! See you all tomorrow!
Here it is, the final musical entertainment list for the Cincinnati Street Food Festival! These fantastic artists and groups, assembled by The Greenwich (2442 Gilbert Ave), will be playing the main stage all day long in the order listed below. It all happens Saturday, October 12th, on McMillan St. at Stanton Ave. in Walnut Hills and it’s completely free! Don’t let you or your friends and neighbors miss this rare collection of incredible Cincinnati musicians pass you by. Come to grab a bite to eat and enjoy the shows!
DJ Fly Troy (MC) [Walnut Hills resident!]
Tim Caudill (Folk/Americana) [Walnut Hills resident!]
Green Street (Jazz)
Baba Miller (Percussionist) [Walnut Hills resident!]
Sidewalk Soundtrack Project (Blues, Jazz, Pop)
Tracy Walker (Folk, Blues)
Jameze Latrail (Neo-Soul)
Sonny Moorman (Blues)
Ingrid Rachel Project (R&B, Pop)
What is the Cincinnati Street Food Fest? How are we crowd-funding it? Details below!
The Cincinnati Street Food Festival (CSFF) is less than a month away! This yearly community event in Walnut Hills is a family-friendly festival featuring more than a dozen of Cincinnati’s most popular food trucks, local Mt. Carmel beer, and free live music and interactive art for all residents of the neighborhood and the city.
$15 = I [HEART] Walnut Hills Sticker
This is the easiest way to contribute, and in return we’ll help you tell the world how much you love this neighborhood! And really, any amount goes a long way towards making this neighborhood event just plain awesome.
$30 = T-Shirt + Food Truck Sticker
Destined to become one of your most-worn T-shirts, it comes in a cool charcoal color and rocks a striking design. Plus get a nifty, Indiegogo exclusive sticker with the famous food truck logo!
$50 = T-Shirt + Food Truck Sticker + I [HEART] Walnut Hills Sticker
This is the real deal. Get the official festival T-shirt, exclusive food truck sticker, AND the I Heart Walnut Hills sticker!
Big plans are in the works for 2013 in Walnut Hills, but it will be impossible to accomplish anything without the help of Walnut Hills residents and supporters like you. We’re talking about neighborhood clean-ups on Saturdays, litter pick-ups along E. McMillan St., the Cincinnati Street Food Festival, graffiti removal and other yet-to-be announced events. We don’t see this so much as us asking for help, but rather as letting you in on some cool opportunities. We just assume that we all WANT to do everything we can to make Walnut Hills better!
So for now, just click to EXPRESS INTEREST. No specific date commitments are needed right now, just give us an email address and area of interest so that we can contact you with specific opportunities to help out. Oh, and all the cool people are going to be there.
Upcoming Alley Clean-up Day: April 27th
Speaking of volunteer opportunities…Have you ever glanced down a forgotten alleyway and wished it was cleaned up and usable again? Now’s your chance to spend a few hours on a Saturday to make a tangible difference in the neighborhood.
Join our clean-up team on Saturday, April 27 from 9 am – noon to begin the transformation of the 5-point alley network between Gilbert and Copelen Streets. Each month throughout the Summer our team will focus on recapturing and reviving this unique asset in the neighborhood. In partnership with Keep Cincinnati Beautiful, we will be busy sweeping leaves, pulling weeds, picking up litter, removing graffiti and trash, and removing honeysuckle in the area. As well, we will spruce up our business district corridors on McMillan and Gilbert by mulching the tree beds and picking up litter.
Come be a part of making Walnut Hills beautiful! If you are interested in helping out in April or throughout the Summer please sign up at the link above or email email@example.com.