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We are stoked to share the news that—with our collaborators at the Wexner Center for the Arts, Outer Orbit Booking, and Wild Goose Creative—we are bringing The Flyover Fest to Columbus on May 11 - 13.

What is The Flyover Fest you ask?
The Flyover Fest is an inclusive and fresh 3-day festival in the North Campus and South Clintonville neighborhoods of Columbus. Through multiple arts in walkable, distinctive venues, our goal is to engage the city, stimulate creativity, and spark conversation. Like Two Dollar Radio, our featured guests are too loud to ignore. These are internationally acclaimed artists, often from the Midwest, who demand attention through their ideas, art, and hustle. You can find their work in literature, music, film, podcasts, and more.

You'll be able to catch Two Dollar Radio authors Scott McClanahan, Sarah Gerard, and Hanif Willis-Abdurraqib, alongside TDR friends and allies, Juliet Escoria, Mila Jaroniec, Coach House Books, Dorothy, a publishing project, and more at the fest.

You need to visit TheFlyoverFest.com to discover all the goodness we've packed into a weekend. And good news: All-Access Passes are now on sale!

Next week we've got a Pre-Fest Kick-Off Event featuring acclaimed poet Maggie Smith on Monday, April 10th, at Jeni's Splendid Ice Creams in Clintonville.

This has taken MONTHS to plan, and we couldn't have done it without the support and enthusiasm of our sponsors PBR, Dispatch Media Group, Jeni's Splendid Ice Creams, Art Makes Columbus/Columbus Makes Art, who have helped to make it all possible.

The Flyover Fest include 3 days of film events at the Wexner Center for the Arts, 2 nights of music at Spacebar, an ALL-DAY Bookfair, readings, panel discussions, and an exclusive show at Rambling House 🔥

For just $24.99 what does the All-Access Pass get me, you ask? Check it!

  1. Entry to All-Access Pass-only* show Saturday, May 13 at Rambling House, featuring Zac Little of Saintseneca, Dolfish, Scott McClanahan, and Tyler Verhagen
  2. Entry to both Spacebar shows on Friday, May 12, and Saturday, May 13, featuring Connections, Correy Parks, Dominique Larue, Dirty Dishes, Leggy, Vada Azeem, Hanif Willis-Abdurraqib, Sarah Gerard, & more
  3. Discount tickets to all Film events at the Wexner Center for the Arts on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, May 11 - 13
  4. An original Two Dollar Radio book
  5. Swag from The Flyover Fest sponsors, including drink vouchers, coupons, & more

 

The early bird always gets the dopest deal. Don't miss out on exclusive sets & other fly perks. Get your ticket before they're gone!

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Posted by Brett Gregory on 03 April, 2017 Columbus, The Flyover Fest | 0 comments
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