In May 2016, Durham added Moogfest to its lineup of major events. The art, music, and technology festival brought attendees from around to the world to Durham for a weekend of live performances, panel discussions, and workshops.
Take a peek at some of our favorite photos from the weekend, and start gearing up for Moogfest's return to Durham on May 18-21, 2017.
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Grimes at Motorco Park on May 20, 2016. Photo credit: Gus Samarco
The Convergence Installation on CCB Plaza in Downtown Durham. Photo credit: Caleb Smallwood
Bob Moses at Motorco Park on May 20. Photo credit: Ian Clontz
Emmy Parker, Moogfest's creative director, at the Carolina Theatre on May 21. Photo credit: Ryan Snyder
Gary Numan jams at the Carolina Theatre on May 20. Photo credit: Ryan Snyder
Reggie Watts performs at a free show at the American Tobacco Campus on May 21. Photo credit: DCVB
IDEO Musical Playground installation at The Cage at the American Tobacco Campus on May 19. Photo credit: Tommy Coyote
DJ Lance Rock, Yo Gabba Gabba, Nanny Cantaloupe, and Bootsy Collins were on hand for children's programming on May 21. Photo credit: Brian Livingstone
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