Each year, Red Hot Art & Music offers two days of local art and tunes on the outskirts of downtown Minneapolis. The event hosts over 100 makers, including painters, potters, print artists, photographers, zinesters, and jewelry designers. While many local art fairs attract established artists from around the nation who pay steep fees for a booth, Red Hot Art focuses on providing space for Minnesota artists who might not have an enormous table budget ($50 to $125 is the general going rate for a space here). In the afternoon and evening, the happening becomes a music fest, with local acts including St. Paul Slim, New Reb, Reginald Hill, and more set to take the stage. Follow the organization at www.facebook.com/RedHotArt.
PROMOTIONAL EVENT DESCRIPTION Red Hot Art Festival
Marking its 15th year of showcasing artists and musicians, this year’s festival will transform the cozy charm of Stevens Square Park into an exciting marketplace of Minnesotan art and culture, connecting thousands of attendees with over 200 artists, more than 20 bands and performers, local food trucks, art and community organizations, interactive games and hands-on demonstrations for all ages