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Arts Fest Releases New App Ahead Of 2023 Festival

The Central Pennsylvania Festival of the Arts, better known as Arts Fest, released a new mobile app ahead of the 2023 celebration, it announced Thursday.

While the event has historically published a paper guide to the events, Arts Fest also released a new app to help guide visitors around the festival. The app will provide information about artists, food options, live music events, places to stay, and more. The app will also allow visitors to piece together their own schedule while offering a map feature to guide visitors around the State College area.

The Arts Fest app will offer notifications as well, which can notify them about weather alerts, event changes, discounts, and more. Folks can download the app on the App Store and Google Play Store here.

The official printed program has also been published and can be found in locations around State College and Bellefonte including Schlow Centre Region Library, the HUB, 3 Dots Downtown, Waffle Shop locations, the Bellefonte Art Museum, and more. For more information about this year’s Arts Fest, check out its website here.

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