HarvFest II: A Benefit for DJ Harvination

Those of you who have had the pleasure of attending one of DJ Harvination’s uplifting dance parties know, that Harv spreads the sonic love. She speaks through her music and wants nothing more than to share it with the world.

DJ Harv aka DJ Harvination, has been Cincinnati’s premier DJ for over a decade in the Greater Cincinnati Area. In March of 2015 she was diagnosed with ALS, also known as Lou Gehrig's disease. From this diagnosis, DJ Harv has been forced into retirement, and like most entertainers does not have a solid nest egg to fall back on. The Cincinnati music community has risen up to come together in support of DJ Harv to help provide the much needed funds that she needs to adapt to her rapidly changing lifestyle.

HarvFest II is an all-day event, with over 20 different individual bands and singer-songwriters performing. All proceeds will benefit our beloved DJ Harv. There will be children’s activities starting at 3pm,provided by Skoolaid, literary play by WordPlay, a Drum Clinic with Baoku, music by AndyMan Hopkins, face painting, a kids raffle to win a guitar from Mike’s Music, and more; followed by a bountiful eclectic line up of talented musicians, all playing for Harv.

First band is at on 6pm and they will Kick ALS until last call. 

Bands: The Whiskey Shambles, Cultural Vultures, The Hiders, The Perfect Children, Daniel Wayne and the Silver LinesThe Tongue and Lips, The Tammy Whynots, All Seeing Eyes, The Flying Underground, Founding Fathers, Jake Logan and The Midnight Riders, Harlot, France vs France, River City Roustabout, Andrew Flint and The Others, Salty Candy, Honey Combs, Preston Bell Charles, Maya Banatwala, Kristi Kruer, Andyman Hopkins, Joncious G Ft. DJ Witek, and Gary Robbins.

The Southgate House Revival

Harv Fest II would like to thank their sponsors who have generously donated goods and services to make the night a success: M Wellman Brands, Mike Music, IronFest, Northside Yacht Club, WordPlay, SkoolAid, Mad Tree Brewing Company, Rhinegiest, Folk School Coffee Shop, and every business and personal donation.