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Inked and Screamed 2017

October 28, 2017 10:00 am @ 10:00 am - 10:00 pm

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Come join us for our first annual horror-fied day of art, music, food, and beer right here at our location in Clintonville!

Grab a kids package and let the little ones screen print their own coloring book page, laser engrave their name on a custom wooden magnet and check the shop out! Throughout the day you’ll be able to snag some pumpkins for free pumpkin carving thanks to our friends down at City Folk’s Farm Shop, llc

Need some more? How about a spooky tattoo thanks to the team over at RIOT INK CUSTOM TATTOOS who will be joining us for the day! (first come first serve)

We’ll also be teaming up with everyone’s favorite Virtue Salon who will be showing off some installation hair projects.

PromoWest Productions will be on site with some giveaways, while Folquinox, Liberty Deep Down, OLDE FRNDS, Sean Benjamin and more will be performing throughout the day!

You’ll also get to meet up with local authors Matt Betts (http://www.mattbetts.com/) and K.W Taylor who will be doing a live reading session.

And our lot will play hosts to a slew of amazing local artists showcasing some of Columbus’ coolest creepy works. You’ll also be able to check out Eli & Ross with The Amazing Giants!

And to top it off, we will be hosting a popup from the crew down at RAM Restaurant & Brewery – Columbus serving some hand-crafted beer to fit our October mood while food can be snagged from Paddy Wagon Food and more!

So come join us all day for a FREE festival you won’t want to miss! And stay tuned for more info as our date draws near!


October 28, 2017 10:00 am
10:00 am - 10:00 pm
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Inked and Screened
4720 N High St
Columbus,OH43214United States
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