FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Tuesday, September 20, 2016
The Block film & art festival announces film and music lineup, pass availability
LOGAN, UT – Producers of The Block film & art festival — incorporating the Logan Film Festival in it’s 5th year — are excited to announce the full film and music lineup for the October 7-8th festival, as well as the availability of festival passes at a discount for locals and USU students.
Festival passes include access to 49 films, more than 30 bands, artists, exhibits, panels, and a special music performance at WhySound free to ticket and passholders. Passes sell for $45 online, but can be purchased in person at Morty’s Cafe and Caffe Ibis for $20 or $5 with a valid USU student ID.
“This year our festival has something for everyone,” producer Mason Johnson said. “Some that might not have come for the independent film in the past might come for the bands on our outdoor music stage, the educational panels, or to appreciate the art installations we’ll have set up in Logan’s beautiful downtown.”
The festival film selections, local musician lineup, and pass availability were made public just days ago at the festival’s official Facebook page and website:
Passes, tickets, and general information:
The Block film & art festival is also partnering with the first annual Logan Pride Festival, which will occupy the next block north on Saturday (Oct 8th), as well as screen 3 LGBTQA related films and a panel on the topic at the festival, hosted in part by USU’s Access and Diversity Center.
Jason Williams, Marketing