Cleveland - Arts and culture are a very big part of Cleveland, and that's why so many flock to University Circle to kick off the summer with a big party.
Organizers expect close to 80,000 Clevelanders for the annual celebration that is "Parade the Circle".
The free event takes place Saturday, June 10 from 11:00AM until 4:00PM.
A parade around Wade Oval begins at noon, featuring dancers, floats, musicians, stiltwalkers, and many unique, colorful and elaborate costumes.
There will also be live music, food and beer tents.
Families can enjoy special exhibits and activities at the museums in the Circle, including the Cleveland Museum of Natural History, the Museum of Contemporary Art and the Cleveland History Center.
RTA is helping out by letting kids under 12 ride free with a parent.
It's the 28th Parade the Circle event.
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