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2024 Entertainment Schedule

Cleveland Pagan Pride, presented by Crossroad Universal Inc., are thankful for our entrainment teams and volunteers sponsors who make the Cleveland Pagan Pride event possible. 

We are no longer accepting applications for this year's event. 


Note: Times may vary based on weather conditions or other unforeseen delays.

Friday, August 16, 2024

5:00 Opening Drum Circle

Saturday, August 17, 2024

12:00  Opening Ceremony by Coven of the Sky Goddess

12:30  Ginger Ackley

  1:30  Crowning of the Crones by Crooked River Crones                
  2:00  Tribe Ostara Tribal Dance              
  2:30  Cowboy Princess Brigade                    
  3:30   Open Drum Circle In front of gazebo                          
  4:30   Ginger Doss                                 
  5:45   Raffle
  6:00   Apostle Jones                                              
  7:30   Tuatha Dea

Sunday, August 18, 2024

12:00   Opening Ceremony by Coven of the Sky Goddess                  
   1:00  Cowboy Princess Brigade               
   2:00   Shuvani Dance Company                      
   3:00   Tuatha Dea                            
   4:15   Raffle
   4:30   Ginger Doss                                            
   6:00   Farewell Closing by Coven of the Sky Goddess   


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Ginger Doss | Saturday, August 17 at 4:30 PM

                       Sunday, August 1 at 4:30 PM

Ginger Doss (They-Them)is a performing songwriter, music producer, spiritual practitioner and inspirational speaker. Their dynzamic and compelling songwriting explores multiple genres, including rock, alternative groove, tribal and folk and is inspired from a passionate and diverse study of spirituality. They tour extensively throughout the US and Canada igniting audiences with high energy performances and music that radiates with all the colors and callings of the divine.  They won a Posi Music Award for the song Thankful and the Audience Appreciation Award in the Women in the Arts Talent Competition at National Women's Music Fest ~ one of the country's largest and longest running women's music fests. They have self produced all four of their independently released albums are currently working on a 5th ~ a concept album called Sacred Flow merging sacred practice and symbol with song. 

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Tuatha Dea | Saturday, August 17 at 7:30 PM

                      Sunday August 18 at 3:00 PM

Combining primal rhythms, melodic and ethereal ballads, screaming guitar riffs with an Appalachian/Celtic vibe this FAMILY born of a family drum circle delivers an authentic tribal and clannish feel that not only draws the audience into the music but into the moment and clan as well. 

Their rhythmic groove and interaction naturally inspires audience participation which has become a staple of their performances. From the beginning the band has embraced its Celtic heritage and meshed the traditional music of Scotland and Ireland with their own bold blend of mainstream rock, mountain drumming and Appalachian blues to produce a truly unique sound that has a universal appeal! Dubbed “The Eclectic Steam-Punk Partridge Family in Kilts and Corsets” and “The Appalachian Fae”, this band is REAL family!!!

Learn More About Tuatha Dea at

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Ginger Ackley | Saturday, August 17  1:00 PM

Ginger Ackley has been enchanting folks from around the world with her autoharp and penny whistles. She has a special way of making music she calls “Celtic with a twist”, so you never quite know what’s going to happen – except that it will touch your heart. Ginger was voted IPMA’s 2020 Female Artist of the Year and her award-winning music can be heard on several streaming stations. Over the last few years she has been appearing as Posie the Flower Pixie, Tabitha the Hag of Wonder, and Snowdrop the Winter Pixie. All of these personae have come out to inspire everyone she meets to connect with their Inner Divine Child. Her weekly Facebook show, EnCHANTica plays every Wednesday to audiences around the world. Her latest release, also called EnCHANTica is available with its own songbook!

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Tribe Ostara Tribal Belly Dance | Sunday, August 20 at 1:00 pm

Tribe Ostara Tribal Belly Dance has been entertaining Cleveland festival audiences since 2016. A fierce and fabulous improvisational sword, skirt, and zill performance by Ostara Dance is characterized by beautiful and colorful, ethnic clothing and movements inspired by folkloric dances of the Middle East, North Africa, Spain and India.


Cowboy Princess Brigade | Saturday, Aug. 17 at 2:30 PM

Sunday August 18 at 1:00PM

glitternative, “glit·ter·na·tive” dynamic group @thecowboyprincessbrigade brings a brassy, polished touch to early 60’s soul and Americana roots music. With intimate lyricism, sultry, high energy vocals, and tasty improvisational jams; each song brims with hooks and flow. Costumes, horns, strings, double bass, antics, and supreme creative collaboration make this titillating live show sure to bring out your inner cowboy princess. *costumes always encouraged*

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Drum Circle with Tuatha Dea Saturday, August 17 at 3:30 PM

In front of main stage

Ride the Wave of Energy with Tuatha Dea as they spin their rhythmic web in front of the gazebo! Bring your drums and join in the as we create a heartbeat for the CPP event!

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Apostle Jones | Saturday, August 17 at 6:00 PM

Apostle Jones is a dynamic, soul band 9-person ensemble that bends styles and genres to create a uniquely collaborative energy and sound. Pulling from collective influences of rock, R’n’B, blues, gospel, and funk, the Apostles soar with original music and a contagious joy for their hometown Cleveland, OH. Apostle Jones unites audiences with the music, positive vibes and gratitude leaving them jonesing for more.


Shuvani Dance Company | Sunday, August 18 at 2:00 PM

Shuvani Dance Company has been performing in Northeast Ohio since 2001.  They have showcased various styles of Middle Eastern Dance including Tribal, Cabaret, Rom, and Fusion.  The troupe utilizes facets of many other dance styles in their choreography including jazz, modern, ballroom, and flamenco creating an innovative and original repertoire within which they can explore Middle Eastern Bellydance.

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