Lincoln Calling will be back in person for the festival’s 18th year, and will partner with Vision Maker Media to create a Native American showcase.
The festival features art, music and educational opportunities.
“We are particularly excited to partner with Vision Maker Media to present an all Native American showcase celebrating the organization’s 45-year anniversary,” Spencer Munson, executive director of Lincoln Calling. “It will be the addition of specially curated showcases that make 2021 a unique and special experience.”
Joining Vision Maker Media on the list of special showcases is regional music label, The Record Machine; Omaha’s community hub, Culxr House; Lincoln’s cultural festival, Latino Lives; and Nebraska electronic producers, Black Magik.
Lincoln Calling will take place on Sept. 23-25, in downtown Lincoln, in venues including Bourbon Theatre, 1867 Bar, Duffy’s Tavern, Zoo Bar, and Bodega’s Alley, along with the festival’s own Night Market, on 14th Street, between O and P streets.
Lincoln Calling will also feature special collaborations with Nebraska artists and educators; Benson First Friday, Lincoln Arts Council, The Cause Collective, The Polly Music Library, and the university’s Textile and Fashion Design Department. Lincoln Calling will host conversations surrounding art, innovation, activism, wellness and more through specially curated workshops and panel discussions.
More information is available on Lincoln Calling’s website.