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CLEVELAND– The Cleveland Metroparks announced a two-day event coming to Edgewater Park this summer.

Taste on the Lake will be July 7 and July 8. It’s set to feature food from Cleveland restaurants like Tremont Taphouse, Ninja City, Toast, Market Garden Brewery, Fahrenheit, Butcher and the Brewer, and more.

Visitors will also get to enjoy live music and art demonstrations.

“What better way to enjoy Cleveland’s iconic lakefront then to showcase some of Cleveland’s favorite chefs, arts and entertainment all in one location,” said Cleveland Metroparks CEO Brian M. Zimmerman, in a news release on Monday. “Edgewater Park has truly become a regional destination and this event is another way for Clevelanders to embrace our rich hometown pride.”

Tickets start at $20, and include a food and beverage sample. A portion of the proceeds will benefit the Trails Fund. VIP ticket are also available.

More information on Taste on the Lake here

The park is already a busy spot during warmer weather, thanks to the Edgewater Beach House, Edgewayer Nature Shop and Edgewater LIVE. The concert series kicks off on May 31 with Yachtly Crue and more than a dozen local food trucks.