Cincinnati Faves Over the Rhine Reveal Schedule for Forthcoming Music and Art Festival, Nowhere Else

The May 24-26 event will feature touring acts like James McMurtry, Birds of Chicago and John Paul White, as well as local artists Buffalo Wabs and The Price Hill Hustle, The Faux Frenchmen and more

click to enlarge Over the Rhine singer Karin Bergquist
Over the Rhine singer Karin Bergquist

Next weekend, Linford Detweiler and Karin Bergquist's farm in rural Clinton County will once again be hopping with live music, workshops and art displays and presentations for their Nowhere Else festival. The brain-trust behind Cincinnati music legends Over the Rhine has been hosting/curating the event for the past four years now. They recently released the schedule for this year's Memorial Day weekend bash, which you can peruse below.

Read our interviews with Over the Rhine about the festival, their 30 years in music and their latest album here and here.

Friday (for VIP ticket holders)

4pm Gates Open

5:30pm VIP Farm to Table Dinner

7pm Over the Rhine and The Band of Sweethearts (with special guests)


10am – noon: Workshops

1pm – 1:45pm Leigh Nash

2:15pm – 3pm Buffalo Wabs and The Price Hill Hustle

3:15pm – 4pm Joan Shelley

4:15pm – 5pm The Faux Frenchmen

5:15pm – 6:15pm Birds of Chicago

6:30pm – 7:30pm John Paul White

8pm Over the Rhine & The Band of Sweethearts

10pm Film - Wings Of Desire (30th Anniversary Screening)


10am – noon: Workshops

1pm – 1:30pm Nikki Lerner – Gospel Brunch

1:45pm – 2:30pm John R. Miller

2:45pm– 3:15pm Song Catchers: Songwriters Selected from Over the Rhine’s Songwriting Workshops

3:30pm – 4:30pm The Wild Edges Bramble Ramble: Songwriters In The Round featuring Over the Rhine, Birds of Chicago, Leigh Nash & Stephen Wilson Jr.

5pm – 6pm Carrie Newcomer

6:30pm – 7:30pm James McMurtry8pm Over the Rhine & The Band of Sweethearts

For directions, tickets and complete Nowhere Else info, visit

Photo: Provided by Over the Rhine

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