PoetryFest - This vibrant event brings together esteemed poets from near and far, offering an inspiring platform for lyrical expressions, spoken word performances, and engaging discussions that will leave you enchanted by the power of words.
Yoke Lore - Known on the stage as Yoke Lore, Adrian Galvin has redefined the indie-folk genre with his innovative blend of production and instrumentation. On popular songs like "Beige" and "Seeds," his pop-forward vocals compliment driving beats and stringed instruments to create music you can't help but dance along to.
Patton Oswalt: Effervescent - Patton Oswalt is a stand-up comedian, screenwriter, and actor from the United States. In the movie, The King of Queens, he played Spence Olchin, and on Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. (2014–2020), he played the Koenigs. Oswalt voiced Remy in the Pixar film, Ratatouille, (2007) and starred in Big Fan (2009).
Victor Wooten is a Grammy Award-winning bassist and composer, widely recognized for his pioneering work within the bass guitar genre. His skillful use of rhythm, melody, and harmony have earned him a place among the most influential bassists in history.
Kandace Springs - Hailing from Tennessee, Kandace Springs is a jazz and soul singer who can also play the piano. With popular singles like "Forbidden Fruit," "Soul Eyes," and "Unsophisticated," she has appeared on many shows including The Late Show, The Tonight Show, and Jimmy Kimmel Live.
Lil Tecca is a rapper and singer born in New York City. He first gained prominence with his 2019 single "Ransom" which reached number four on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. Since then, he has released multiple Top 10 mixtapes and albums including We Love You Tecca and Virgo World.
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