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Ecliptic Festival in Hot Springs celebrates 2024 total solar eclipse

Sophia Nourani speaks with Lowkey Art’s Sonny Kay about Atlas Obscura’s Ecliptic Festival, a four-day event in Hot Springs during the total solar eclipse in early April.

They discussed how the festival came together and what attendees can expect from the music, film, and art celebration that’s taking place in one of the most prime eclipse viewing sites in the country.

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Sophia Nourani is a KUAF producer and reporter.
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