Ponoply Arts Festival 2022 Is Ready For You!

Panoply isn’t your grandpa’s art festival anymore but he still might like to hang out awhile. Nowadays there’s all kinds of newfangled live entertainment all weekend long and newfangled tickets to pay for it all.

I remember when Panoply was free to get in and stroll around seeing all different kinds art and crafts, folk art, performance art and live entertainment art. But, in spite of an admission to get in it’s bigger and better than ever before and has moved about halfway in the direction of the Big Spring Jam from yesteryear.

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The festival starts on Friday at 5pm and runs through Sunday. Tickets are available online and include one day passes or weekend passes. Kinds under 12 get in free.

https://www.artshuntsville.org/panoply-arts-festival/

©2022 – Jim Casey

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