This weekend marks the 6th Annual Utopia Festival, a camping and music festival staged two hours west of San Marcos. The festival expects to draw a crowd, but not a large one. The festival’s ticket sales are capped at 2,000 people.
During the festival, more than 20 bands will perform on two stages with no musical overlap. The goal of festival organizers Travis Southerland and Onion Creek Productions is to reduce the worst aspects of festivals. Nine food vendors will also be on site, but the festival is bring your own drink and food friendly.
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By Shannon Williams KTSW Other Side Drive Eugene Lee, artistic director for the Black and Latino Playwrights Conference and artist-in-residence with Texas State's Department of Theatre and Dance, started the conference eight years ago. The conference serves as a development workshop for professional writers to work unproduced and unpublished plays. The goal of the conference is to showcase works of black and Latino playwrights from around the country. This year's […]
willshannonc on September 9, 2014
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