The Queen City News says says BOOM Charlotte 2019 succeeded beyond anyone’s dreams. Here’s an excerpt:
Manoj Kesavan and a dedicated band of artists and volunteers got the BOOM ball rolling three years ago. Where it stops, nobody knows.
When BOOM, an annual three-day festival of avant-garde and grassroots performances, first detonated in Plaza Midwood in 2016, its eclectic mix of dance, music and theater succeeded beyond anyone’s dreams. Like a chain reaction, BOOM came back each year, getting bigger, better and weirder.
The Biscuit says BOOM Festival artists are bringing an explosion of creativity to Charlotte. Here’s an excerpt:
Three… two… one… BOOM! The fourth annual BOOM festival is taking over Plaza Midwood this weekend — Friday, April 26 to Sunday, April 28. BOOM is a three day arts experience that aims to highlight the power of art and the ways it can bring communities together…
The CharlotteFive says BOOM is one of the year’s most anticipated festivals. Here’s an excerpt:
When you mix one of Charlotte’s most eclectic neighborhoods, over 120 performances and installations, and more than 300 talented and diverse artists, you get one of the year’s most anticipated festivals. BOOM Charlotte will take place April 26-28 in the streets of Plaza Midwood.
The Charlotte Post says the annual BOOM festival is a community gathering of diverse artistry and performance. Here’s an excerpt:
With the addition of new venues, more shows and a larger lineup of artists, the annual springtime fringe festival returns to Plaza Midwood April 26-28. It kicks off with a free preview party at 7:30 p.m. on April 25 at NoDa Brewing Co., which will include pop-up performances. An opening night afterparty will take place at Snug Harbor…
WDAV Classic Public Radio reports on the 2019 BOOM Festival. Here’s an excerpt: Manoj Kesavan on the Charlotte BOOM Festival Published Monday, April 9, 2019 8 pm Charlotte BOOM returns to the Plaza Midwood neighborhood of the Queen City for three days of art, performance and the unexpected. The event offers a variety of […]
The Charlotte Post says Boom redefines what art access looks like. Here’s an excerpt: Festival puts BOOM Into Charlotte’s Artistic Diversity Published Monday, April 2, 2018 12:05 pm by Ashley Mahoney Boom redefines what art access looks like. Charlotte’s annual fringe festival boasts unprecedented diversity because of its open-ended structure. “If it is a […]