As we reported last week, with coronavirus pandemic forcing shelter-at-home in Austin, the Fusebox Festival will stage a virtual version of its performance arts festival April 24-26.
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Now, Fusebox organizers are releasing a few more details.
The Fusebox Festival 2020: Virtual Edition will be a weekend-long broadcast taking place April 24-26 that will feature live-streamed performances, conversations, studio visits, interactive activities, happy hours, a Fusebox Day-Spa™, exhibitions, artist studio visits and more. The specific artist line-up has yet to be announced.
Some of the happenings will be broadcast on the Fusebox YouTube channel.
The annual performing arts festival, originally scheduled this year for April 15-19, brings artists from around the world to Austin. Fusebox performances are free to attend.