Moogfest 2018 organizers have unveiled the full schedule for the event, scheduled for May 17-20 in Durham, NC.
The full schedule includes over 200 workshops, masterclasses, and conversationg, along with this year’s film programming, among which are “Bight of the Twin,” Genesis P-Orridge’s exploration of the origins of voodoo in Benin; the Bedroom Community tour film “Everything Everywhere All the Time”; Gavin Rayna Russom’s experimental short, “No More White Presidents”; the Armen Ra biopic “When My Sorrow Died”; and more. All films will be accompanied by an artist conversation directly following the screening.
Moogfest 2018 Lineup:
Alex Zhang Hungtai
Author & Punisher
Carla Dal Forno
Charlie and Lucy Paul
Delta Sound Labs
Fatima Al Qadiri
Gavin Rayna Russom
Google Pie Shop
Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith
Lauren Sarah Hayes
Magenta by Google Brain
Maya C Weinstein
Mouse on Mars
Nelly Ben Hayoun
Oak City Slums
Ralph Steadman Exhibit: Harmon-INK!
Sarah Belle Reid
Thomas F. DeFrantz
The Center for Advanced Hindsight
Venus X Machina
For Moogfest ticket holders:
Today’s reveal of the full schedule marks the announcement of the workshop sign-up schedule. As in previous years, the sign-up process will be determined by ticket type, broken down in detail below:
Engineer and VIP pass holders: Workshop sign-up begins this Friday, April 20 at 11 a.m. (ET) and ends April 23 at 11:59 p.m. (ET). Each pass holder will be able to reserve their spot in two workshops during this period.
GA, Student, and Durham Local pass holders: Workshop sign-up begins Tuesday, April 24 at 11 a.m. (ET) and ends Thursday, April 26 at 11:59 p.m. (ET). Each pass holder will be able to reserve their spot in two workshops during this period.
Starting Friday, April 27 at 11 a.m. (ET) onward, all ticket types can sign up for an unlimited number of workshops. Some workshops will reach capacity faster than others.
Pricing and Availability
Tickets are available now, priced ranging from $229 – $1,500, plus handling fees. See the Moogfest site for details.
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Moogfest? Bah! Give us Moob fest….JK..but real talk, still waiting on a real (good) polymoog thats not divide down or organ based….oh please one day give us a polyphonic real moog. Dont let everyone else have all the fun with the VCO analog polys