Get Ready to Party as Arts DAO Fest promises a day of music, unique performances, and more, all inspired by how decentralized networks shape creativity
Dubai, UAE, 6th March 2023, ZEXPRWIRE, Arts DAO, the largest Web 3.0 community in the Middle East, is gearing up to host the first-ever Web 3.0 cultural, art, and music festival in Dubai on March 11, 2023, at the 25H Hotel. The one-day event promises to be a truly immersive experience, featuring live shows, all-day live music from DJs, unique performances, live podcasts, fun art capsules with live painting, augmented and immersive reality experiences by Hybrid Experience, NFT-themed pop-up food vendors, and artist exhibitions.
Attendees can also look forward to a treasure hunt with free NFTs given away as bounties for completing activations, workshops on Web 3.0 security, and an activation on their products by Ledger. The festival also boasts an ice cream activation by the Pudgy Penguins, The Banana Bar with a token-based game granting free drinks by Onchain Monkey, and The Library of Diamond Hands, a mini-search in a series of books uncovering bounties.
In addition, there will be a multimedia activation around NFTs by FT NFT, presenting their unique 3D body scanner and an auction of a 1-of-1 art piece by Kristel Bechara (the Ethernal Eye) an award winning artist, with the proceeds going to cancer research with the Al Jalila Foundation, and live podcasts hosted by the Crypto OG Podcast and Traders’ Brawl.
Visitors can also enjoy a GM Photo Booth and gamified activation by Neo Kyoto, the Arts DAO gallery celebrating artists in the DAO, artist capsules allowing live painting of physical objects, and a photography activation led by Waleed Shah. Live music by DJs, beatboxers, and Tixga will also be on the menu.
For Arts DAO members (holders of the Ethernal Gates NFT), there will be an exclusive afterparty and a metaverse art gallery by 37x Gallery. Members of the DAO will also participate in live painting and art creation, showcasing their creativity.
The festival will also feature sponsor booths from major Web 3.0 companies such as Ledger, the Pudgy Penguins, and a number of international Web 3.0 projects visiting Dubai for the first time. The event will showcase how internet culture and decentralized networks are shaping creativity and enabling new forms of cultural expression in a unique treasure hunt, allowing visitors to interact with Web 3.0 brands in a gamified set of activations.
“The countdown is on for the Arts DAO Web 3.0 cultural, art, and music festival, and we’re excited to bring this unique experience to Dubai,” said Anas Bhurtun, Co-Founder of Arts DAO. “The festival will be a celebration of creativity and showcase the power of decentralized networks in shaping the future of culture. We look forward to welcoming visitors from all over the world to this exciting event.”
Arts DAO Fest will take place on March 11, 2023, from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. at the 25H Hotel, One Central DIFC, and admission is free. There will be a VIP after party at Monkey Bar, a Berlin import rooftop bar positioned on the sixth floor with stunning sunset views, for the more experienced and those looking to further their Web 3.0 immersion.
Registration for Arts DAO Fest is open now, and visitors can expect a day filled with fun, music, art, and much more. Don’t miss out on this unique experience!
Find out more about Arts DAO Fest HERE
Ben Kershaw, MD of Hivemind Creative Marketing
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Company Website: https://artsdao.io/
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Arts DAO is a decentralized autonomous organization (DAO) representing the largest and probably the most fun Web3 and NFT communities in the Middle East. Arts DAO collects “blue-chip” NFTs and creates tokenized, real-life Artslife experiences. The Arts DAO revolutionizes how a DAO can collect art in the NFT space in a highly attractive way to the token holders.
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