FestivALL presses on and continues to support local art, music, theater and dance | Features/Entertainment

CHARLESTON — FestivALL returns to Charleston on Sunday, June 13, bringing with it 10 days of art, music, theater and dance.

Following the pandemic, FestivALL is still scaled back from previous years, but does feature a mix of virtual and live events.

Here are a few highlights:

June 13

Sunrise Carriage Trail Walk with Music, Art & Dance: 1 to 4 p.m. Stroll the trail to the former Sunrise Museum and enjoy performances along the way by area artists and JADCO Contemporary Dance Company. Free. Walkers are advised to park downtown and walk across the South Side Bridge to the

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FestivALL presses on and continues to support local art, music, theater and dance | Arts & Entertainment

FestivALL returns to Charleston June 13, bringing with it 10 days of art, music, theater and dance.

Following the pandemic, FestivALL is still scaled back from previous years, but does feature a mix of virtual and live events.

Here are a few highlights:

June 13

The Sunrise Carriage Trail Walk with Music, Art & Dance

Stroll the trail to the former Sunrise Museum and enjoy performances along the way by area artists and JADCO Contemporary Dance Company.

Walkers are advised to park downtown and walk across the South Side Bridge to the trail or park at the top of the

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17th FestivALL Charleston to have in-person and virtual events

CHARELSTON, W.Va. (WSAZ) — FestivALL Charleston will turn the city into a work of art from June 13 through June 27.

The 17th year of the event will be a hybrid experience, with in-person and virtual experiences featuring art, music, theater, dance and more.

Organizers say some in-person events will also be recorded to air on the FestivALL Youtube channel.

“We are thrilled to be bringing back live events and performances as a part of this year’s FestivALL. In addition to components of in-person events, we will be building upon the VirtuALL experience from 2020 to deliver an exciting

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