Tremont Arts and Cultural Festival celebrates the cultural and artistic diversity of Tremont and the greater Cleveland area, featuring fine art, sculpture, original jewelry, children’s activities and programs, food booths, musicians and performers.

The Tremont Arts & Cultural Festival celebrates its 25th season on Saturday, September 21st (12:00 P.M. – 7:00 P.M.) & Sunday, September 22nd, 2024 (12:00 P.M. – 5:00 P.M) in Cleveland’s Lincoln Park. This regionally acclaimed festival is presented by Tremont West Development Corporation and Cleveland City Council members: Kerry McCormack (Cleveland, Ward 3), and Rebecca Maurer (Cleveland Ward 12), and Jasmin Santana (Cleveland Ward 14). The festival celebrates the cultural and artistic diversity of Tremont and the greater Cleveland area, and supports the endeavors of its visual and performing artists.

Now in its 25th year, the 2024 Tremont Arts and Cultural Festival is comprised of five Festival Villages:

Children’s Village: hand-on arts, historical, and educational projects:

Community Village: area non-profit organizations presenting material about their mission and services, along with local, independent merchants and vendors;

Cultural Village: food sales by Tremont and Greater Cleveland restaurants , and fair trade merchants and non-profits reflecting the ethnic diversity of the neighborhood and region;

Artists’ Village: Applications for exhibiting visual artists are accepted online in 15 categories: 2D Mixed Media, 3D Mixed Media, Ceramics, Digital Art, Drawing, Fiber, Glass, Fine Jewelry, Leather, Metal (non-sculptural), Painting (Oil, Acrylic, & Watercolor), Photography & Digital Photography, Printmaking, Sculpture (Paper, Bronze, Clay, Metal, Stone) and Wood.

Tremont Famers Market: the local growers and artisans of the weekly (May – Oct, 2024) Tremont Farmers Market

The Festival has free music and dance performances Saturday and Sunday on the TACF Main Stage.

Northeast Ohio artists are encouraged to apply.

The deadline for visual artist applications is 5 p.m. on Friday, June 14, 2024. Each year visual artists apply for up to 100 booth spaces. Artists are chosen by a panel of experts in a blind jury process.

The Festival is now accepting visual artist applications. Community, cultural, and food vendor applications will open May 1st.

September 21st & 22nd, 2024
Rain or Shine

Sat: Noon–7:00 pm
Sun: Noon–5:00 pm

Lincoln Park



On-street parking: Street parking surrounding Lincoln Park – W. 14th Street, W. 11th Street, Starkweather Avenue, & Kenilworth Avenue (Please Do Not Block Driveways for Homes or Businesses).

Free Parking Lots: Abbey Road lots – there are two public lots off of Abbey Road (near W. 14th St.) adjoining the Innerbelt Bridge. ODOT generously installed cameras that are connected with the City of Cleveland Police Department for added comfort. It is a short five-minute walk south on W. 14th Street to Lincoln Park

Family Friendly:

Festival Manager,
Scott Rosenstein
216-575-0920, ext. 106