CHARLESTON, WV (WOWK) – Earlier this month, FestivALL Charleston announced its traditional programming would change to a virtual festival due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The “VirtuALL” event is set to take place June 14-28, 2020.
FestivALL organizers say at-home concerts filmed by local musicians, artist roundtable discussions, make-at-home activities for children and families will be just a few of the virtual programs featured throughout the 15-day festival. Events will also include a virtual Capitol Street Art Fair with the 2020 juried artists featured in a Virtual Gallery, free classes with local and nationally acclaimed dance studios featured in video format on a variety of platforms, and a virtual “Three Things” episode featuring Kathy Mattea, Michael Cerveris and Larry Groce.
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