Well last year was the first year admission was charged, but what music/art festivals do you know of that doesn't charge some admission?I can in all seriousness say that when I attended the Doo-Nanny festival I thought it was surely a joke.
I saw all the goofy people and heard the music, saw the odd art and listened to the story about the turnip. Fun maybe to do once but like most things around Columbus its a gimmick people for someone to make money cause you got to pay $10.00 to get in.
Are you clueless enough to expect an art/music festival to just be free?
Outsider Folk Art Event
March 29 - March 31, 2013
Begun as a roadside folk art show in 1996, the Doo-Nanny is now located on a beautiful 80 acre farm in Seale, AL, near Columbus, Ga, and includes a wacky "lo-fi" film festival, fun food, and an eclectic assortment of music and activities. Camping is limited and we suggest planning ahead.
......start tying stuff to your roof now.......
Come all ye inventors, movie makers, ballerinas, bikers, morticians, bakers, artists, conspiracy theorists, scientists, foodies, eco-whatevers, moonshiners, comedians, fire-spinners, yodelers, he-shes, animal-trainers, pickle-makers, party girls, sock monkeys, stackers, jugglers, musicians, whittlers, spankers, fisherpersons, beggers, wanderers, and map-makers.......
New this Year!....Krewes!....Sign up for a Krewe. It’s fun and easy.....find out more under the INFO tab!
Music & poetry from Will Dockery & The Shadowville All-Stars: