The 2019 Great Lakes Burning River Fest features genre-spanning musical acts.
Check out the complete lineup below.
Cloud Nothings

For a band that sticks to its impulses instead of trends, Cloud Nothings accumulates critical praise and loyal fans with the type of ease modern rock bands can only dream of. That’s because the Cleveland four-piece is the byproduct of Dylan Baldi, a frontman whose melodic intuition and musical fervor are as innate as they are impressive.

Great Lakes Stage
Saturday 10:00

Castlecomer has been making music together and touring the global festival circuit the past few years . The band is fronted by vocalist Bede Kennedy. He is joined in the band by three cousins Joe, Tom and Patch (two of whom are brothers), along with close family friend, Neely. All of the band members are classically trained and cite Stevie Wonder, Two Door Cinema Club, and M83 as influences. They have been described as delivering "a unique form of alternative guitar pop ready made for huge dance parties and crowd sing-a-longs".

Great Lakes Stage
Friday 10:00
Collin Miller & The Brother Nature

Collin Miller is a Soul singer/songwriter from Cleveland, Ohio. Him and his band, Collin Miller & The Brother Nature, explore a wide range of styles, with roots in 70’s soul and funk, and hints of influence from modern R&B and pop. Collin and his band will release their second album in the summer of 2019, their follow up to 2017’s “Who’s Got Your Soul?”.

Acoustic Stage
Friday 9:55
Angela Perley

"Angela Perley has been gigging nonstop with her band since she released her debut album in 2014, laying down an interesting mix of folk, Americana, and ’60s-tinged psychedelic rock that floats seamlessly between Bob Dylan and Procol Harum, sometimes within the same song." - Chris Griffy, No Depression.

Great Lakes Stage
Friday 8:55
Ray Flanagan

Ray Flanagan is a musical artist from Northeast Ohio who has opened for such acts as Train, Dennis DeYoung, Tim Reynolds, Malcolm Holcombe, Chuck Prophet, Marc Ford, BoDeans, and Low Cut Connie.

Great Lakes Stage
Friday 7:00
DJ Red-I

Brittany ”Red-I” Benton, is a Cleveland-based DJ/producer who has cemented herself as an integral part of the city’s music scene for over a decade. Best known for her hard-hitting DJ sets combining hip-hop, house, funky breaks and Afro-caribbean vibes.

Silent Disco in the PNC Boathouse
Friday 7:00
Candi Fresca

Candi Fresca is a genre-bending deejay from Cleveland known for fusing musical styles on dance floors and festival stages. She has been recently featured at Brite Winter Fest, MIX at CMA, Pride in the CLE, MOCA and many more venues throughout the city and the world.

Silent Disco in the PNC Boathouse
Friday 7:00, Saturday 7:00
Apostle Jones

Apostle Jones is an electrifying, style-bending Cleveland band featuring soul stirring vocals and virtuoso guitar riffs! Stirring the roots of Rock'n'Roll with the gospel of the Blues!

Acoustic Stage
Friday 6:15
The Chestertons

The Chestertons is an indie rock band that explores the often unexplainable mysteries of the heart through passionate, energetic, and authentic rock and roll.

Acoustic Stage
Saturday 7:10
Daddy Longlegs Homegrown Revival

DLHR weaves a rich tapestry of genres from across the earth. A high energy World Rock mix of Afropunk, Pop, Latin, Reggae, Soul, and Gospel.

Great Lakes Stage
Saturday 7:00
David Smeltz

Description- In 1978, David Smeltz co-founded the first American Reggae band in the state of Ohio. The reggae band, I-Tal, has entertained audiences for over 40 years. David has currently released a 9 song CD entitled "Recovered" on his Smeltz Good Music label. He has most recently formed his 3 piece band the "Smeltztones" and 7 member "David Smeltz Project"

Acoustic Stage
Saturday 6:15

Bio: MIMO is known for his energetic sets and his passion for making the crowd move. MIMO is a future & deep house music producer but his passion for all music genres sets his performances apart. He considers himself an open format dance artist, delivering a broad range of Electronic music across his sets, from old school to new school.

Silent Disco in the PNC Boathouse
Saturday 7:00
Falling Stars

Falling Stars channel power pop through the mid-western landscape with 2 very loud guitars, bass and drums.

Great Lakes Stage
Saturday 7:55
Fresh Produce

Freshproduce. is a Cleveland-based hip-hop duo comprised of DJ Red-I and Sam Supreme.

Great Lakes Stage
Saturday 8:55
Kid Tigrrr

KID TIGRRR is the sparkly & ethereal electric solo project of singer-songwriter Jenna Fournier, who fronts shoegaze/rock band NIIGHTS.

Acoustic Stage
Saturday 8:05
M. Moody

M. Moody is a singer-songwriter from Cleveland, OH. Blending alternative rock with elements of neo-soul, his style evokes a fresh take on what some might consider an un-orthodox 90's pop sound.

Acoustic Stage
Friday 9:00
Madeline Finn

Rustbelt native and multi instrumentalist Madeline Finn works hard to make sure the focus of her performances go beyond just the voice. She strives to craft songs that call upon the intensity and emotion of her pop-punk history while blending with her love of Acoustic/Americana music.

Acoustic Stage
Saturday 9:55
MuAmin Collective

MuAmin Collective is a present expression of bygone eras, political and personal, irreverent and soulful, joyous and introspective, a drum & voice with story to tell.

Great Lakes Stage
Friday 6:10
Punchdrunk Tagalongs

The Punch Drunk Tagalongs music is a whirlwind of energy and emotions guided by a nostalgic trip through heart of 90's grunge and the riot grrrl movement.

Great Lakes Stage
Saturday 6:10
Sam Fox

Braxton and Charity of the Cleveland based band Samfox, will perform stripped down versions of their usually high energy sounds, while keeping all the same intimate vibes

Acoustic Stage
Friday 8:05
Uptowne Buddha

The red hot hip-hop melting pot, Uptowne Buddha, is undoubtedly bound to move you. Originating from Cleveland, Ohio, this dynamic and diverse 5-to-8 piece live instrument hip-hop group seamlessly crosses boundaries between the genres of neo-soul, hip-hop, the jam scene, and the sounds of the future.

Great Lakes Stage
Friday 7:55
Austin Walkin’ Cane

"Austin Walkin' Cane arrives bearing not only a cool blues calling card but a commanding voice and fiery Delta chops." - The New Yorker

Acoustic Stage
Saturday 9:00
Luca Mundaca

Luca won the 2008 Independent Music Award in the World Fusion category. In addition to her own album, Luca’s work has been featured in the American movie “End of Watch” (2013), “The Visitor” (2008), ABC TV Show “Mistresses”(2013) TV Show “Californication” (2008), the independent movie “Kissing Paris” (2008), and the Brazilian TV show “TiTiTi” a telenovela (2010).

Acoustic Stage
Friday 7:10