Main Street Port Clinton

rock the light music festival 

​​​ ROCK THE LIGHT - a 2 day music festival on September 7th and 8th of 2018 featuring national headliners Here Come the Mummies, Crystal Bowersox, and Aaron Carter, as well as incredible regional acts and local favorites. The festival will take place in WaterWorks Park on the shores of Lake Erie with Port Clinton's newly restored Lighthouse as a backdrop. Tickets go on sale June 4th and can be purchased  HERE. .A local Ottawa County discount will be available. Spread the word, stay tuned for more updates, and get ready to ROCK THE LIGHT!

ticket information 

​​Here Come the Mummies are the Friday night headliner, with tickets $25. Bowersox and Aaron Carter will make a major splash on Saturday, with tickets $35. A special all-weekend pass is $50. VIP tickets for exclusive access to a gated area on the lawn near the stage will also be available.
Ottawa County residents will get a home town break. They are eligible for discounted tickets, which cost $20 for Friday night, $30 for Saturday night or $40 for the all-weekend pass. Proof of Ottawa County residency is required at time of purchase, which must be done in person in at the Port Clinton Area Chamber of Commerce, 110 Madison St., and Great Lakes Popcorn Company, 60 N. Madison St.
Ottawa County resident discount ends on August 31, 2018
Friday: Gates open at 3:30pm
The Junk, Hey Monea and Here Come The Mummies
Saturday: Gates open at 1:30pm
The Eric Sowers Band, Emily Keener, Aaron Carter and Crystal Bowersox


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​We know that a healthy, vibrant downtown area for Port Clinton is very important to you.  A revitalized downtown would mean a more pleasant place for local individuals and families to spend time together enjoying the waterfront, the shops, and the restaurants.  In Port Clinton,everyone’s quality of life is tied to the vibrancy of our downtown economy.
MSPC exists to revitalize, reinvent, and utilize the historic downtown, and to promote the community of Port Clinton to residents, businesses, and visitors.