Downtown Cleveland Update with Michael Deemer

Downtown Cleveland Update with Michael Deemer

Downtown Cleveland Update with Michael Deemer


Downtown Cleveland Alliance Update With CEO Michael Deemer - 2-8-23

Photo: Deemer-DCA-Scooter-WTAM

Michael Deemer, President & CEO from The Downtown Cleveland Alliance spoke to Bill about Super Saturday Feb 11th - Free Trolley - Downtown Residential Tours - Bright Nights

Super Saturday Feb 11th

• WinterLand continues with Super Saturday on February 11th, featuring dozens of interactive events and activities throughout Downtown.

• Ice Fest returns to North Coast Harbor on Saturday, February 11th from 11am -6 pm

• The free daylong event includes live carving demos, hot cocoa, kids’ crafts, Snow Yoga (SnowGa), live music, the Ice Fest Scavenger Hunt with a chance to win swag, and 25-plus ice sculptures from world-renowned ice carvers!

• Be there early to join in the Cleveland Cocoa Run both a 5K & 1 Mile Walk participants.

Free Trolley

• Downtown Cleveland Alliance (DCA) is excited to sponsor and introduce the Super Saturday Downtown Cleveland Trolley, with FREE service running from 11am to 8:30pm.

• Residents and visitors of all ages can park once, stay all day, and enjoy a full schedule of fun and entertainment!

• The Super Saturday Downtown Cleveland Trolley will provide convenient looping drop-offs and pick-ups at 30-minute intervals to Playhouse Square, North Coast Harbor, the W. 6th & St. Clair intersection, Tower City Center, and E. 4th Street.

Downtown Residential Tours

• LIVE #dtCLE tour on Saturday

• Participants will be led on a guided tour of five Downtown residences, featuring a variety of residential communities while enjoying food and drink from local restaurants.

• Sip, snack, and see what it’s like to live in Downtown Cleveland!

Bright Nights

• Warm up around cozy outdoor fire pits at various locations Downtown this winter.

• Enjoy fun music, tasty cocktails, roasted marshmallows, and more!

• US Bank Plaza in Playhouse Square on Saturday evening from 5-8pm.

For more information on Downtown Cleveland’s recovery, or if you’re interested in relocating or expanding your business into Downtown Cleveland, visit

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