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The Charlotte International Art Festival will debut, see all the details

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The Charlotte International Art Festival, which will soon have its premiere, was presented with a multi-day program, so we will tell you all the details.

Whether you come with your family, friends, partner or alone, the festival offers experiences for all with more than 200 attractions, most of them free. YOU MAY BE INTERESTED: They’re opening a call for artists for ‘100 Tiny Things’ in Charlotte According to Tom Gabbard, CEO of the Bluementhal Performing Arts Center, who is part of organizing this new event, the festival will mean a change for Charlotte as it takes place annually and will feature artists from all over the world as well as local artists.

Where and when does the Charlotte International Art Festival take place? Stretching from downtown to South Charlotte, the festival features live performances, immersive art installations and conversations with thought leaders. The events begin on September 16th and last until October 2nd. “Most of the stuff is free and outdoors so it’s a great opportunity for people to get together. Also there are exciting projects, we have a little village that’s inflatable and you walk in but the light comes through.” are amazing,” said Tom Gabbard in an interview with La Noticia. The program will include giant installations, soundscapes, music set to a 40-foot-tall inflatable sculpture, and aerialists performing on a giant whiteboard with digital projections.

We’re excited to announce the official lineup for the inaugural Charlotte International Arts Festival! Check out our BRAND NEW WEBSITE for over 200 attractions (many free) that will be transforming Uptown and Ballantyne in September. Oct 16-2 –> https://t.co/C3bP9I9O0D pic.twitter.com/ukeQz8xt2t – Blumenthal Performing Arts (@BlumenthalArts) August 3, 2022 According to Gabbard, this is a perfect opportunity to bring together the people of Charlotte hit the streets and enjoy public art featuring artists from around the world. So now you know, if you want to catch the debut of the Charlotte International Art Festival, you can check out the full program here.

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