The Flyover Fest

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The Flyover Fest 2019 Columbus Ohio

The Flyover Fest 2019 will take place May 8–11, 2019, in scenic Columbus, Ohio. Check out the links below for more info. All-access passes and first line-up announcement will begin in February!

Official website: theflyoverfest.com
Twitter: theflyoverfest
Instagram: theflyoverfest
Facebook: TheFlyoverFest

2019 The Flyover Fest poster
2019 The Flyover Fest poster sponsors


The Flyover Fest is an inclusive and fresh 3-day festival in the North Campus, South Clintonville, and South Side neighborhoods of Columbus, Ohio. Through multiple arts in walkable, distinctive venues, our goal is to engage the city, stimulate creativity, and spark conversation.

Like festival founders 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.

Planning for the festival was coordinated by a committee, including former Columbus Alive Editor-in-Chief Justin McIntosh, Tom Konitzer of Outer Orbit Booking, and Eric Obenauf and Brett Gregory of Two Dollar Radio. Programming occurring at the Wexner Center for the Arts was done in cooperation with David Filipi, and Chris Stults.

Open Mike Eagle photo by: Tiera D. Photo 2018 Spacebar in Columbus, Ohio.

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