More to Do . . .

There’s more than just Lotus happening around Festival time.

Sept. 1 – 30: Lotus Window Display and Listening Station at Landlocked Music

45rpmDo some advance Lotus listening and support a local independent music store. With a special Lotus-themed window display, too.


Sept. 25 – 29: Lotus Days at the Chocolate Moose

401 S. Walnut

Chocolate MooseDuring the Festival, satisfy your ice cream cravings and help support Lotus at the same time: On those days, the folks at the Moose are donating 10% of the weekend’s profits to the Lotus Education & Arts Foundation. (And it’s just a block away from Lotus in the Park.)



Sept. 26 – 28: WFHB 91.3FM • Bloomington community radio

Catch live interviews and performances by festival artists.  Listen
Look for the new Lotus Live on WFHB – Vol. 3 at the Festival Store.



Sept. 26: Big Red Liquors “Wines around the World” Tasting Event

418 N. College | 4 – 6 p.m.


Sept. 27 – 28: Chalk Art at Pygmalion’s

chalkart108 N. Grant | 6 – 7:30 p.m.

The sidewalk and street provide the canvas for creativity, facilitated by Kansas City chalk artist Mark Glover. Hosted by Bloomington’s independent art supply store. 



Sept. 28: Eat Around the Equator

First Presbyterian Church (6th & Lincoln) | 4 – 6:30 p.m.

Enjoy good food and great music prior to the evening’s Lotus performances. This event supports local non-profit agencies Habitat for Humanity, Area 10 Agency on Aging, and MCUM, as well as national and international mission work. Tickets available at the door; 10 tickets for $10 (food items require approx. 1-3 tickets each).


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