Pollination Fest Emerges From Woods With Fresh Outlook – Taking Place 4/8 in Northside



Local DIY festival to see revitalization in Northside, partnering with The Hive + Urban Artifact to present an all-day affair of workshops, music, and other activities. The festival is regarded especially for it’s diverse programming, and involvement with the local community.

Saturday April 8th, Pollination Fest moves to the city after a year hiatus. In past years, the festival was an outdoor camping event held at Treasure Lake in Petersburg, KY. As that space is now unavailable the Pollination team finds a new outlet in Northside. The Hive, a center for contemplation, art & action, hosts skills-based workshops, discussions, and yoga throughout the day; Urban Artifact, a young brewpub in an old church, provides venue for a variety of live musical acts on two stages, and an eclectic assortment of homemade beers (a special small batch to be brewed specifically for this event); the courtyard in between serves as space for vendors, crafters, and outdoor recreation.



“Clarifying Permaculture” – Chris Smyth

MyCincinnati Ambassador Ensemble

“Youth Art Collaboration” – Inidigo Hippo

Son Step [Phi]

“Why Meditation Matters” – Troy Bronsink


“Five Rhythms Dance” – Meredith Hogan

A Delicate Motor

“Somatics & Sound” – Alex Ryberg / Adam Petersen

Eddy Kwon

Sweet Poison Victim [Indy]

Pollination Fest is a live music and experiential workshop festival celebrating intentional, creative, and sustainable living. Inspired by the power of DIY effort, we enhance communal livelihood through education in holistic practices while experiencing the merit of the arts.

For more information visit http://pollinationfest.com/

All Ages, open to the public

$12adv / $15day of event (ages 10 and under free)

Event will happen rain or shine