March 16, 2011

Druid City Arts Festival

I have been selected to be a part of this year’s Druid City Arts Festival, by Creative Campus.

Hopefully, I’ll see y’all there during the day’s activities and festivities, or maybe at the pub crawl.

Information about the when and where can be found below, taken from

Druid City Arts Festival is a celebration of regional original arts with a focus on music. This multi-genre, two day festival culminating on Saturday, March 26 in a free, all-day, all-ages festival from 11am to 7pm in Government Plaza in downtown Tuscaloosa, Al. The day-long celebration will be preceded by an evening pub crawl on Friday, March 25, 2011.  The 19 and up night time portion is a partnership between DCAF and selected venues across town which are showcasing adjudicated musical acts.  To show support for the local arts community, proceeds from pub crawl wristband sales, which act as admission/cover charge, will be donated to the Tuscaloosa Arts Council’s small grants program – to fund arts education initiatives.
Now in its second year, The Druid City Arts Festival has had rich success in introducing new music and visual artists to the Tuscaloosa community.  All ages of the community came out to support the sights and sounds. Attendance for the festival’s first year reached 3,000 for the combined day time and night-time portions.  This year we are buzzing with energy, creativity and the joy of collaborating with the community, artists, storytellers, local merchants, and thousands of visitors converging on downtown Tuscaloosa in March 2011.
DCAF aims to highlight artists within Tuscaloosa and the surrounding area through a large, interactive community event. The festival seeks to encourage community members to embrace diversity within Tuscaloosa by finding the common bonds that inherently exist within the enjoyment of the arts. 
If you have any questions about the Druid City Arts Festival or are interested in becoming a sponsor, please email


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