FestivALL announces events to celebrate 15th year in Charleston

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CHARLESTON, W.Va. (WOWK) – FestivALL Charleston will celebrate its 15th year in the city with 15 days of events.

The events start on Sunday, June 16th, 2019 through Sunday, June 30th, 2019.

Here is a list of the events they have announced so far:

  • Ongoing June Events:
    • June 16-29 Art-for-ALL Juried Kids Exhibition at the Clay Center Lobby
    • June 14-16 & 21-22 & 28-30 Charleston Light Opera Guild’s production of ‘Bright Star’ at the CLOG Theater
    • June 24-30 Dizzy Doc’s Amazing Balloon Sculpture at the Charleston Town Center Mall
    • June 26-29 B&B River Queen Cruises and Taxi
    • June 18-20 & 22 Animated Shorts at the Floralee Hark Cohen Cinema
  • Sunday, June 16
    • 1-4 PM Carriage Trail Walk with live music, dance and art
    • 6-10 PM Jazz & Jambalaya at the Clay Center
  • Monday, June 17
    • 6-9 PM FestivALL-Star Concert featuring the Davisson Brothers Band at Haddad Riverfront Park (partnership with WV Power Park)
  • Tuesday, June 18
    • 6 PM Andi Fekete – Feminine Rising Book Reading at Taylor Books
    • 7 PM RCCR Gospel Fest at Resurrection Church (former Capitol Center Theatre)
  • Wednesday, June 19
    • 7 PM Three Things: My First, My Favorite, My Future featuring Tighe Bullock, Leeshia Lee, and Connor Knighten.
  • Thursday, June 20
    • 5-8 PM ArtWalk downtown Charleston
    • Time TBA Rolls on the River
  • Friday, June 21
    • 6:30 PM Moses Automotive Live on the Levee at Haddad Riverfront Park
  • Saturday, June 22
    • 8 AM CAMC Foundation Run for Your Life 5k run/walk at Haddad Riverfront Park
    • 9 AM-5 PM YWCA’s Over the Edge at BB&T Building and Davis Park
    • 10 AM FestivALL Art Parade starting at Capitol St. & Kanawha Blvd.
    • 11 AM-5 PM Smoke on the Water Chili Cookoff featuring music by Walter DeBarr, Ghost Fleet, Megan Wren and Scroungehound
    • 11 AM-2 PM MUSICWORKS at Bluegrass Kitchen
    • 4-7 PM Ice Cre AM and the Arts in Elk City on Tennessee Ave.
    • 7 PM Brent Green’s ‘A Brief Spark Bookended by Darkness’ at Clay Center Caperton Planetarium & Theater
  • Sunday, June 23
    • 3-5 PM LGBTQ Literary Roundtable at Taylor Books
    • 4 PM Vocal Chamber Concert at Cavendish Hall
    • 5-7 PM Historical Bike Tours
    • 6 PM Dance FestivALL featuring Koresh at The Clay Center
    • 7 PM Mountain Stage featuring Steve Earle & The Dukes, Damien Jurado, Vanessa Peters and more at the CultureCenter
  • Monday, June 24
    • 11:30 AM Kiwanis Corporate Regatta at the Kanawha County Public Library
    • 4:30 PM Travelin’ Appalachian Revue at Taylor Books
  • Tuesday, June 25
    • 6 PM-9:30 PM Bridgefest
    • 7:30 PM Charleston Civic Chorus
  • Wednesday, June 26
    • 7 PM ‘Outlier’ at the Floralee Hark Cohen Cinema
    • 7:30 PM East End Main Streets StreetWorks Art Auction
  • Thursday, June 27
    • 7 PM Mayor’s Concert featuring The Suffers and more at the Clay Center. On sale Friday, April 19
  • Friday, June 28
    • 6:30 PM Moses Auto Group Live on the Levee with acts TBA
  • Saturday, June 29
    • 10 AM-6 PM Capitol Street Art Fair, Children’s Art Fair and Kanawha County Public Library Street Fair
    • 12 PM, 2 PM, 4 PM Mutts Gone Nuts at the Charleston Coliseum & Convention Center Little Theater
    • 11 AM-4 PM Taco Fest presented by Black Sheep Burrito & Brews during the Capitol Street Art Fair
    • 12:35 & 3:30 PM Dance in Davis Park
    • 12-2 PM Poems While You Wait at Taylor Books
    • 2-10 PM The Wine & Jazz Music Festival featuring Dirty Dozen Brass Band, Lakecia Benjamin, and Bob Thompson Unit at the University of Charleston
  • Sunday, June 24
    • 11 AM-5 PM Capitol Street Art Fair and Children’s Art Fair
    • 7-10 PM WV Jewish Film Festival at Clay Center
    • 7 PM Mountain Stage featuring John Pizzarelli Trio, Catherine Russell, Devotchka and more at the Culture Center

Full schedule details and tickets online at www.festivallcharleston.com.

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