The annual Together Festival, a week-long music and technology event based in Cambridge, will feature musical performances, as well as screenings, exhibitions, and trade shows. It will run May 12-19.
Artists like rapper Biz Markee and musicians Tiga will give performances at the annual festival. The different events, outlined on their website, will be held at venues across Greater Boston, including The Good LIfe and Phoenix Landing.
Seminars and discussions on the latest trends in music making, new artists, and screenings will also be held at major venues, such as the Museum of Science and the Museum of Fine Arts. Passes can be purchased for $150 and $225 for the VIP pass.
Check out the festival's website for more information.
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