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If some guy wearing a fake beard and spinning polka records — all while playing the accordion — tells you to celebrate a Polish holiday called Dyngus Day, we recommend you heed his advice. After all, that guy is the hilarious DJ Kishka and he's talking about one of Cleveland's quirkiest holidays.
Dyngus Day, a Polish tradition, occurs every year on Easter Monday throughout several neighborhoods on Cleveland's west side. How do we celebrate? With tons of Polish food, polka music and beer, of course. On top of that, you'll be privy to an evening parade consisting of a ridiculous pierogi float, a large swath of marching accordionists and the kind of eccentric camaraderie one can only find in Cleveland.
The minute you set foot in The Land, there’s so much to do it might be hard to figure out where to start. Whether you’re making a pilgrimage to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, enjoying a culinary revelation from one of our world-class dining establishments, catching a Browns Game at FirstEnergy stadium or celebrating the Polish people with polka dancing and pierogies, it’s all accessible from Downtown Cleveland.