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Cincinnati Artist Showcase Eclectic Culture proves to be a “Safe Haven” for new and upcoming talent.

Eclectic Culture is a new Cincinnati Artist Showcase derived from a three-person collaboration with a focus on change, build in industry and culture around visual and performing arts. The founders of this new movement are radio and artist development veteran K2, talented graphic designer Mike D. and out of the box thinker and vocalist, LaKeisa Ealy.

Kick back at one of these jazz venues or concerts in Cincinnati.  

The above collaborative host a weekly event that’s open to all genres and artistic expressions from ages 18 and older, that seek to entertain, perform and develop themselves live on-stage.   These acts include hopeful  actors, dancers, producers, songwriters, disc jockeys and more.

Cincinnati Artist Showcase
LaKeisa Ealy

This eclectic performance platform happens every Wednesday at Cove 51, located 11471 Chester Road in Sharonville, Ohio.   Doors open at 8 p.m. The artist showcase begins at 9:30 p.m. This event is FREE for participating artist and audience.  

This opportunity will capture originality and creativity of all art forms on one stage. Each week, talent will be photographed in moments that leave lasting impressions. The Culture is a great way for artistic souls to hone their craft to be seen, heard and felt.

The goal of this platform is for Cincinnati’s visual and performing artist to develop and increase their presence in the community. This event is known as the “safe haven” for artistry, performance and self-expression.

 Small business owners also have a chance to bridge their brands with new audiences and incubate products and ideas with others.  

To find out more information about this event, become a small business vendor, or be one of the performing artist, contact LaKeisa Ealy at 513-835-2440 or

Make plans to see new and emerging talent every Wednesday at Cove 51 with Eclectic Culture beginning at 9:30 p.m.


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Written by Crystal Kendrick

President of The Voice of Your Customer and founder of The Voice of Black Cincinnati.