Live it up while it’s still warm! Here’s a list of things to do in CLE before summer ends

You know how the seasons go in Cleveland — which means it’s time to squeeze every last second out of summer!

Here’s a list of events and festivals that will get you out and about to enjoy it while it lasts:

August

— Rockin’ on the River: Variety of Fridays and Saturdays through Sept. 1. Bands like Disco Inferno, Ultimate Aldean and E5C4P3 The Journey Tribute are still on tap for the summer at Black River Landing in Lorain. Opening acts begin at 6:15 p.m. and headliners around 8:45 p.m. There is food, drinks, vendors and artisans all for $5 per ticket. More here. 

— Arts in August, Tremont: Various weekend days from Aug. 4 to Aug. 31. Arts in August are free and held in Tremont’s Lincoln Park. Tremont West partners every year with Ward 3 Councilman Kerry McCormack, LAND Studio and Cleveland Public Theater to present free professional dance, theater and music all month long. More here. 

 

Cleveland Oktoberfest

— Cleveland Oktoberfest: Aug. 31 to Sept. 3. Get your lederhosen and a stein of Paulaner! There’s plenty of authentic German food and music at Northeast Ohio’s largest annual outdoor festival. Make sure you get a good spot at the top of the hour for the life-size glockenspiel.

 

— Garlic Festival: Aug. 25 and Aug. 26 at historic Shaker Square. The food and music event will be ground zero for all things garlic in the Midwest Great Lakes region. There will be garlic-themed food by local chefs including everything from ice cream to oysters. There will also be a celebrity chef grill-off, live music, cooking demonstrations and wine tastings. More here. 

September

Cleveland air show 2017

— Cleveland Air Show: Sept. 1 to Sept. 3 at Cleveland Burke Lakefront Airport. This Labor Day weekend tradition will include three days of aerial thrills featuring the U.S. Navy Blue Angels. Visitors can also tour aircraft, get food and drinks and take advantage of all the outdoor fun.

— Neocycle: Sept. 7 to Sept. 9  on Cleveland Memorial Shoreway. Admission is free for the nation’s biggest urban cycling festival. More here. 

— Cleveland Eats Tri-Culinary Festival: Sept. 15 on Mall B in Downtown Cleveland. Several small plates prepared by the city’s top chefs and restaurants. Will include cooking demonstrations, live music, craft beer, vendors and other activities. More here.