On Air Fest, the annual gathering exploring storytelling and creativity in sound, just announced its incredible line-up–which includes dedicated in-person and virtual programming.
Now in its sixth year, the festival will once again bring together creators and industry notables from audio and podcasting for two days of live storytelling, intimate conversations, performances, art exhibitions, listening parties, and more.
Interview with On Air Fest, founder, Scott Newman
2022 ON AIR FEST LINE-UP
Hip-hop pioneer Public Enemy’s Chuck D.; Dr. Jane Goodall; Radiolab’s Jad Abumrad; Design Matters’ Debbie Millman, Death, Sex and Money‘s Anna Sale; Everything is Alive’s Ian Chillag, S***hole Country’s Afia Kaakyire; powerhouse music producer Maejor; For Colored Nerds’ Eric Eddings; former NBA player Jay Williams; Today Explained’s Sean Rameswaram and Noel King; musician L’Rain; Object of Sound’s Hanif Abdurraqib; Appearance’s Sharon Mashihi; The Experiement’s Julia Longoria; Hot Pod’s Ashley Carman; and the talent behind Vice Audio, The Moth, Cultured Mag, Talkhouse, HBO’s Doc Club, New York Magazine’s Cover Story and more.
Full schedule/additional information here.
February 24*-26, 2022 (*February 24 programming by invitation only)
Wythe Hotel (80 Wythe Ave at N. 11th Street, Brooklyn).
IN-PERSON: $149 day pass; $249 two-day pass. $499 VIP
VIRTUAL ONLY: $59.99 two-day pass (will feature dedicated programming separate from main stage)
ABOUT ON AIR FEST
On Air Fest is the premier cultural event for audio creatives and inspired listeners. Coming into its sixth year in 2022, the flagship festival in Brooklyn features over 100 artists who bring forward innovative ideas and present new work. On Air Fest is the only festival of its kind exploring the art of sound, podcasts and storytelling.
Past headliners include Ira Glass,Terry Gross, Yo-Yo Ma, Leon Bridges, On Being‘s Krista Tippett, Frances Ford Coppola, Talib Kweli, Black Thought, Roxane Gay, Jenny Slate, Laurie Anderson, Ben Folds, Wyatt Cenac, The Daily‘s Michael Barbaro and more.
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