It’s almost April, but of course just because SXSW is over doesn’t mean a lag in the thrilling events that makes Austin’s arts culture so vital. One event we’re looking forward to is Fusebox Festival—a unique multi-disciplinary arts festival that runs from April 12-16, 2017.
Lit Crawl Austin, our fun house of irreverent, irresistible, invigorating literary mayhem, is pleased to present a rollicking, rousing, late-night reading featuring an eye-popping lineup of Austin poets and writers as part of the Fusebox Festival. Join us on Thursday, April 13 at 11:59 at Al Volta’s Midnight Bar as some of our city’s literary superstars present their stunning, stupefying, state-of-the-art stories.
G F Harper
Abe Louise Young
Fusebox Festival brings artists and audiences together to explore vital issues, ideas and new possibilities. Their ongoing investigation positions the arts at the center of local, national, and global conversations about contemporary life and culture. We’re thrilled to join them in this unique midnight adventure!
This event is free and open to the public—full details and location here. We hope to see you there!
Keep Lit Crawl Austin on your radar: we’ll be celebrating literature in bars, galleries, and creative spaces on East Cesar Chavez Street the evening of Saturday, November 4, 2017.