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What? Music and Arts Festival 2020

7/31/20 - 8/2/20

Recurring daily

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$45 - $55

400 West Rich

400 W. Rich St., Columbus, OH 43215

(614) 519-1907

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What? Music And Arts Festival returns for its third annual event series Friday, July 31 - Sunday, August 2, 2020 in the Franklinton arts community.


What? Music and Arts Festival 2020 will feature live art, art galleries, art installations, interactive experiences, holistic health and wellness activities, educational workshops, and food and cultural vendors.


This year’s festival nearly doubles its footprint, expanding from 400 West Rich to 400 Square— the 400th block of both Rich and Town Street in Franklinton, home to 400 West Rich, Strongwater, The Vanderelli Room, and Chromedge Studios.


The event is curated to inspire attendees, providing an inclusive and supportive space for self-expression, and to provide participating artists from musical, visual and performance backgrounds with a new pathway of exposure.


Artists of all kinds are encouraged to apply for show participation; visual artists, performers, musicians, live painters, etc. To learn more about opportunities, visit http://whatmaaf.com/get-involved.

 

A portion of the event proceeds will go to local charitable organizations.

 

About What? Music and Arts Festival


What? Music and Arts Festival is made possible by What? Productions, a team of Columbus natives who share a deep passion for the arts, music and our community.


The festival started as a passion project for a core group of Columbus artists and their supportive networks. The creative minds questioned WHAT could they create in Columbus… WHAT could they create that would inspire collaboration…WHAT could they create that would disrupt the ways others think about events… and WHAT could they create that would make a positive impact on the community. From there, What? Music and Arts Festival was born.


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