Blink Cincinnati: Here are the key changes for the 2022 festival – The Cincinnati Enquirer | Candle Made Easy

The show must go on.

Blink Cincinnati co-founder Brave Berlin announced on July 14 its split from the nation’s largest arts, light and projection mapping festival. But organizers want to bring plenty more excitement to the Queen City this fall.

In the months leading up to the October 13-16 festival, Blink Cincinnati organizers plan to announce the artist set list in three “waves,” including announcing the first wave on Monday. In this announcement, Blink members will provide an update on event leadership and planning. They will also talk about the future of the festival and what visitors can expect this year.

Justin Brookhart, Executive Director of Blink Cincinnati, gave The Enquirer an exclusive look.

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The overall mission of the festival remains the same, but Blink organizers have made some changes for 2022. In the past, the Blink Affiliate Group would choose the artists they would feature. This year, however, the group wants to expand its reach and expand the event by offering opportunities to all interested artists.

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