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Don't Know What Day Parties to Hit? Here's Where to Start.

The festival's constellation of free daytime shows is almost as beloved as Hopscotch itself.

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Moogfest 2017: Who Owns the Future?

Moogfest takes over downtown Durham for the second year this weekend.

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Play Moogfest Bingo! It’s a Game! And It’s Fun!

Click. Download. Print. Drink. Sleep. Repeat.

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As Moor Mother, Camae Ayewa Leads Moogfest's Afrofuturist Missions

The Philadelphia musician, poet, and community organizer discusses her multipronged work before her appearances this weekend.

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Round Out Your Moogfest Schedule with Experimental Guitar, Harsh Noise, and More

Still figuring out who you want to see? We recommend these four acts.

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Free Your Mind: Techno-Shamanism Practices Aim to Get Your Brain on An Enlightened New Level

One of Moogfest's biggest pillars of programming seeks to help attendees learn how to expand their own consciousness.

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Beginning half a century ago, Suzanne Ciani and Laurie Spiegel laid early foundations for electronic music

The two musicians who sought creative freedom with synthesizers led the way for many of the musicians who appear at Moogfest this weekend.

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SURVIVE Exploded Thanks to Stranger Things, But the Austin Band is No One-Trick Pony

The band performs Thursday night, and does a live score of the hit Netflix show on Friday.

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Didn't Want to Drop $250 on a Moogfest Pass? Here's Some Free Stuff You Can Catch Anyway.

The festival has a few art installations, workshops, and other events that you can take in without buying a wristband.

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Art of Cool Festival 2017: Durham Changes, Jazz Lasts

The festival celebrates its fourth year in Durham this weekend.

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Onstage or in a Museum, George Clinton's Cult of Personality Keeps on Funking

The funk megastar headlines the Art of Cool Festival Saturday Night at the Carolina Theatre.

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Here's What You Shouldn't Miss at Art of Cool This Weekend

We picked some.

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Cicely Mitchell Unites Rev. Barber, George Clinton, and Common to Further Art of Cool's Artivist Missions

Festival director discusses growing into her role and the fest's outlook for its future in Durham.

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Talented songwriters and gifted pickers in their own right. So glad Steve has given them a greater audience, but they …

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Sure would like to see the Steep Canyon Rangers play at Pickathon in Oregon. http://www.pickathon.com/

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