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Plasma Fest 2018

Plasma Magazine pays tribute to all things DIY

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Photo credit: Brian Tighe
MANIC YOUTH: Pinkest and others represent Atlanta's DIY culture at Plasma Fest

Plasma Magazine is paying tribute to all facets of Atlanta’s DIY art community at the 3rd annual Plasma Fest. The magazine hosts an afternoon take over of the Bakery, the city’s premier do-it-yourself haven, and will offer a robust sample of local art. Plasma Fest’s music lineup features a varied selection of acts, providing an inclusive glimpse into Atlanta’s music community. Expect performances from the soul laced backing ensemble the Clout Trio, frenzied young rockstars Pinkest, angry bedroom pop artist Gabbie Rotts, as well as Uhm, Ron Shirley, Spooky Squad, Astroknot, and Rob Olu. DJ No Eyes will also be cutting the ribbon for Deathbox Studio, a new outfit of the Bakery that will provide a rental space for recording, live streaming, and digital performance. Plasma Fest will also showcase a small local art market displaying and selling Atlanta made art and merch. Vendors include Sad Girl Collective, Lawson Thomas Chambers, Dasha Lebedev, Marsh Arts, and Loyota Frederick, while visual displays feature the work of Chloe Ralston, Marsh Arts, Lo Pararo. Luz Wright, and Chelsea Foster. Come hungry, swanky grilled cheese will be supplied by Brainfood Garlic Grilled Cheese, and the Bakery’s cash/card bar will be operational for the thirsty.

$5-$10. Saturday, Nov. 24, 6 p.m. The Bakery. 825 Warner St SW, Atlanta, GA 30310.



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