Original post: This year's edition of Artopia is just over a month away. The lineup is pretty stacked, with Wheelchair Sports Camp, Hearts In Space, Kitty Crimes, In the Whale and a ton of other acts on the bill, alongside a serious batch of artists, poets, dancers, videographers and comedians that are slated to showcase and perform. Keep reading to see highlights from last year and to see what's on tap this year, and then leave us a comment below for your chance to win tickets. We'll be picking winners at random on Friday afternoon, so be sure to check back to see if you've won.
• Wheelchair Sports Camp • Hearts In Space • Kitty Crimes • In The Whale • Men In Burka • Stay Tuned with Mane Rok and DJ Tense • Man Mantis • DJ Rockstar Aaron • Mile High Soul Club • DJ mLe • DJ Narky Stares • DJ Sarah Slater • DJ Soup • Raw Russ • Slam Nuba • My Teenage Angst • Zombie Caricatures By Stan Yan • Illuminated Arts • Tiny Riots • Mudra Dance • Nix Bros • Kate Drazner • Audio Visual Violence Club • Vincent Comparetto • Valerie Savarie • Markham Maes (aka Shitty Kitten) • Jeff Erwine • Beery • Chuck Roy • Fine Gentleman's Club: Sam Tallent, Nathan Lund, Chris Charpentier, and Bobby Crane • Greg Baumhauer
Good luck! In the meantime, use the hashtag #Artopia to tag your conversations on Twitter and Instagram.
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