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Future Arts Announces Events for Boston’s Largest Contemporary Arts Festival

Future Arts Announces Events for Boston’s Largest Contemporary Arts Festival
Boston, MA: Future Arts, Boston's largest contemporary art festival, has just announced its 2017 schedule and it’s pretty epic. This year’s four-day schedule (October 5-8th) includes a massive lineup of artists from New England, Los Angeles, New York, and beyond. All ages are welcome at the Future Arts Exhibit Hall at the Arts at the Armory in Somerville. Live painting, DJs, bands, performers, an art brunch at the W Hotel, and after parties are scheduled throughout the series.

At its very core, Future Arts is a celebration of the Boston arts community. They’ve been showcasing local and national, emerging and established artists in New England since 2008 and are ramping up for their biggest year yet.  

Here's a sneak peek of the artwork!
Here is the schedule. The Future Arts Exhibition Center is all ages. Stay tuned for additions along the way!

Thursday, October 5 Opening Night!
Future Arts Exhibition Center, Arts at the Armory, 5:30-11pm
Music by: Diablogato, STL GLD, Hayley Thompson-King
After Party, 10pm-1am, Location TBA

Friday, October 6
Future Arts Exhibition Center, Arts at the Armory, 5:30-11pm
Music by: The Honey Sauce Band, Tiger Man WOAH, Dirty Bangs, These Wild Plains
After Party, 10pm-1am, Location TBA

Saturday, October 7
Future Arts Exhibition Center, Arts at the Armory, 5:30-11pm
Music by: ABADABAD, The Dazies, Esh The Monolith
After Party, 10pm-2am, The Gallery at W Boston Hotel

Sunday, October 8
Art Brunch, The Gallery at W Boston Hotel, 12pm-5pm, W Boston Hotel

Adam Lorusso, Adam O'Day, Amara por Dios, AngelOnce, Brand Rockwell, Brian Life, Carly Lubert, Curtis Williams, Danielle Coenen, Dave Tree, Eben Herrick, Felipe Ortiz, Flesh 031, Giovanni DeCunto, God's Flesh, Goopmassta, Greg Boggs, Ian Staber, Ian Tartasky, Justin Hager, Kathryn Fuller, Lavaughan Jenkins, Leonard Bernhardt, Mattaya Fitts, Merkthose, Mike Kessman, Nefertara Ozella, Nicholas Pinciaro, Pete Cosmos, Raodee/Rekloos, Rixy Fz, Sean Patrick Watroba, Shayna Yasuhara, Stenny, Stephen Sheffield, TofuSquirrel, Trespassion, Ultimate

Live painting by Merkthose, AngelOnce, Goopmassta, Adam O’Day, Ian Staber, Ian Tartasky, Rixy Fz, and Pete Cosmo. Additional artists and guests TBA.

ARTS at the ARMORY 191 Highland Ave Somerville, MA 02143 - ALL AGES!
The Gallery at W Boston 100 Stuart Street Boston, MA 02116 - 21+ only

Tickets can be found here. Pre-sale tickets are $15, then $20 at the door. More details on the after parties TBA!



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