“The Big Turn On Festival” during Over-the-Rhine’s 27th Annual Bockfest

Join us for the Woodward Theater Marque Lighting Party. Your voting helped Cincinnati Preservation win $150,000 to restore the 1913 marque of the Woodward Theater. Hope to see you there!

There are a number of events to celebrate the completion of the project in association with Bockfest.

Rhinegeist, New Riff, The Cincinnati Preservation Association present

“The Big Turn On Festival”
during Over-the-Rhine’s 27 th Annual Bockfest

A celebration of OTR History, Live Music and Beer at The Woodward Theater & MOTR Pub

March 1 st & 2 nd 2019

Featuring performances by: Laure Eylise – Ernie Johnson From Detroit – The Mortals –
Automagik – Super City – The Gripsweats – Doctor Bionic – Flocks – Jon Schuyler
And “The Big Turn On” historic Woodward completed marquee project reveal May 2, at 6:00 PM

Event Overview:
A celebration of neighborhood history, live music and beer with a two-day music festival-style event and reveal of the completed Woodward Theater year-long historic façade renovation project during the 27 th annual Bockfest! Live music performances will span Main Street Over-the-Rhine on both the MOTR and Woodward Theater stages. Reveal of The Woodward’s completed marquee project happening with the “Turn On” of over 300 newly restored façade light bulbs for the first time!
MOTR Pub | 1345 Main St. **ALL SHOWS FREE, 21+
The Woodward Theater | 1404 Main St. Cincinnati, OH 45202

  • The Big Turn On and Press Conference (Sat March 2 at 6pm) revealing the new Woodward Theater façade in its fully restored glory including; copper marquee designed and installed by local artisan Kate Schmidt, return of the historic electric sign and ‘Turn On’ of over 300 exterior façade lightbulbs for the first time.

This Project is supported by a grant from the American Express Partners in Preservation program, a partnership of the National Trust for Historic Preservation and the American Express Foundation.

About Partners in Preservation
Partners in Preservation is a program in which American Express, in partnership with the National Trust for Historic Preservation, awards preservation grants to historic places across the country.
Through this partnership, American Express and the National Trust for Historic Preservation seek to increase the public’s awareness of the importance of historic preservation in the United States and to preserve America’s historic and cultural places. The program also hopes to inspire long-term support from local citizens for the historic places at the heart of their communities.

About American Express
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About the National Trust for Historic Preservation
The National Trust for Historic Preservation, a privately funded nonprofit organization, works to save America’s historic places: www.savingplaces.org.

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