This coming Saturday, The Cleveland Lottery League will present its bi-annual showcase. It is a uniquely Cleveland event with over 130 local musicians, 33 bands, and over 8 hours of music spread across three stages at the Beachland Ballroom and Tavern. Will it be any good? Well, now, that’s the question we all want to know and that’s why this show will host a close to capacity crowd. By randomly re-shuffling the Cleveland music scene into 33 new bands you’re bound to get some good, some bad, some ridiculous, and some who may just outlive Saturday’s Big Show. The Big Show kicks off with VCR Head Cleaner at 4:30 in the Tavern and will continue with quick sets by all participants until the final band, The Newdicals, takes the Ballroom stage at 12:30. More information can be found by visiting the Lottery League on Facebook or by clicking here, for the Cleveland Scene’s preview.
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