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Full Marfa Myths 2017 Schedule Now Available

Hear ye hear ye, the full Marfa Myths 2017 schedule is now available! Latest additions: Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith! No Nombres! Paul Drummond! We’ll continue to add delights as we get closer to the festival, so keep your eyes peeled. Many thanks to all the artists performing, and our wonderful partners and sponsors.

Buy tickets here.

(Residents of Presidio, Brewster and Jeff Davis counties may purchase a la carte Marfa Myths tickets at a 50% discount. Please see the Facebook Marfa Group for more details.)

MARFA MYTHS SCHEDULE

Thursday, March 9

4-6pm
Official Marfa Myths zine launch at Freda (207 S. Highland Avenue) (Free)

6-8:30pm
Anthology Editions presents a 13th Floor Elevators exhibition, curated by Johan Kugelberg, at the Lumberyard (201 E. Dallas Street) (Free)

8:30pm
Roky Erickson and The Hounds of Baskerville at Marfa Visitor Center (302 S. Highland Avenue) ($30)

10pm
Dirty Gay Movie Night with poet Eileen Myles at the Crowley Theater (98 S. Austin Street) (Free). Adults only.

Friday, March 10

1pm
The 13th Floor Elevators biographer Paul Drummond in conversation with curator Johan Kugelberg at the Lumberyard (201 E. Dallas Street) (Free)

5pm
Zomes at Wrong Marfa (110 W. Dallas Street) (Free)

6pm
Strange Attractor opening reception with music by Lonnie Holley and Tonstartssbandht at Ballroom Marfa (108 E. San Antonio Street) (Free)

8:30pm
Afterparty with Idris Ackamoor & The Pyramids and Chulita Vinyl Club at El Cosmico (802 S. Highland Avenue) (Free)

Saturday, March 11

10am-1pm
Judd Foundation will host Open Hours at La Mansana de Chinati / The Block (400 W. El Paso Street), Donald Judd’s residence and studio spaces in downtown Marfa. Visits are self-guided and free to the public.

11am
Walkthrough with guest curator Gryphon Rue and select artists at Ballroom Marfa (108 E. San Antonio Street) (Free)

1:30pm
Julia Holter and Pharoah Sanders at Saint George Hall (113 E. El Paso Street) ($30)

4pm
Prosecco reception for new releases and exhibition viewing at Pure Joy (303 E. El Paso St.) (Free)

7pm
Cate Le Bon, Allah-Las, Jenny Hval, Perfume Genius / Weyes Blood, plus surprise performance at The Capri (603 W. San Antonio Street) ($45)

11:30pm
Afterparty with No Nombres at Lost Horse (306 E. San Antonio Street) (Free)

Sunday, March 12

11am
Sound meditation with Botany and Shingetsu Billy White at Building 98 (Enter on the 700 block of Katherine Street) (Free)

1pm
Marfa Public Radio presents Marfa Stories, a one-hour walking tour (106 E. San Antonio Street) (Free)

2pm
Marfa Mystery Channel shorts; the premiere of Connan Mockasin’s Boston ‘n Dobsyn; and an audio / visual collaboration featuring Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith and Rose Kallal at the Crowley Theater (98 S. Austin Street) ($30)

All weekend

• Matt Craven exhibition at Marfa Studio of Arts (106 E. San Antonio Street)
• Installation by Natalie Melendez at Pure Joy (303 ½ E. El Paso Street)
• Happy hours and special guests at Freda (207 S. Highland Avenue)
Bazaar Marfa at the Lumberyard (201 E. Dallas Street)
• Yoga and sound meditation sessions at The Well (119 N. Highland Avenue)
• Secret sets, spontaneous dance parties, and magic with Marfa Public Radio + The Lot (106 E. San Antonio Street)

And for all your Marfa Myths needs (Topo Chicos, maps, schedules, swag, cold brews, friendship, etc.), visit Marfa Myths Headquarters at 107 S. Dean Street. Email marfamyths@gmail.com with any questions.

Thanks to all of our amazing partners for opening their doors to us, not to mention the general community of Marfa. Residents of Presidio, Brewster and Jeff Davis counties may purchase a la carte Marfa Myths tickets at a 50% discount. Please see the Facebook Marfa Group for more details.