Artrageous Event in Downtown Clarksdale

Tuesday, April 7th from 5 o'clock until..... EAT LOCAL. BUY LOCAL. BE LOCAL.

Poster for Clarksdale Collective Artrageous Event in Downtown Clarksdale

Poster for Clarksdale Collective Artrageous Event in Downtown Clarksdale

CLARKSDALE, MISSISSIPPI

Read all about it on the graphic then head to Downtown Clarksdale, Tuesday, April 7th from 5:00pm until ….! Clarksdale Collective is providing an opportunity for local talent and businesses to showcase their work. Come on! Support your local businesses and talent.

It’s gonna be fun, no doubt! How could it not be when it’s called an Artrageous Event in Downtown Clarksdale? Creative minds are coming together! Finally. Glory Alleluia!!

The Delta Bohemian Pedicab will be offering rides to and from different venues for $5 a pop per couple. Catch a ride with Poor William or Magical Madge.

A fresh supply of our First Edition Delta Bohemian t-shirts will be for sale at Maven in Coahoma, 233 Delta Avenue, across from Stone Pony Pizza.

Support your local artists and businesses. Help revitalize Downtown Clarksdale.

Gallery and Art Participants

New Roxy
Delta Swirl
Lambfish Art Co.
Hambone Art Gallery
Maven in Coahoma (233 Delta)(DB t-shirts too)
The New Brick Gallery
Real Delta
Foxtrot

Other Participating Businesses

Delta Blues Museum
Stone Pony Pizza
Miss Del’s General Store
Holy Moly
Hooker Hotel
Bluesberry Cafe
Deak’s Mississippi Saxaphone
Delta Bohemian Pedicab
Cat Head
and more!

Visit the new Coahoma County Tourism office at the train depot!

EAT LOCAL. BUY LOCAL. BE LOCAL.

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