Q: Where and when is PYGMALION?
A: PYGMALION takes place September 26-28, 2019 in Champaign-Urbana, Illinois at a variety of venues around our fair cities. Check back soon for more information about PYGMALION 2019.
Q: We’d like our band to perform, with whom can we speak?
A: PYGMALION does not accept unsolicited submissions to perform, but if you’re interested in getting in touch, you can email us at email@example.com.
Q: I wrote a book, can I read from it?
A: If you are a local author to Champaign-Urbana, give us a holler, especially if you are a poet. Otherwise, our lineup is super small and we’ve got a good idea of what we want to present, but thank you for checking!
Q: How do I get involved in the THINK component? I created / invented ________ and I’d like to show people what it’s all about.
A: You created / invented that? Amazing! Please email info@
Q: What about PygHack, how can I or my company get involved?
A: Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org!
Q: I’m a journalist / DJ / blogger / etc that wants to cover the festival. How can I get press credentials?
A: Hey we know a thing or two about that, also! We’re interested in hearing a pitch, for sure. Email us at email@example.com
Q: Festivals suck. When will it all end?
A: We’re with you. 100%. Watching this all collapse is painful. But we feel like being 15 years deep gives us some perspective. A few things of note about PYGMALION:
- We don’t believe in tiered ticketing structures. There are no VIP tickets available, which grant patrons to exceptional seating or lower cost drink prices.
- We believe that our patrons and artists are best served performing in small spaces, relative to the size of their stage show.
- All seats and areas to engage in performances are intimate and place emphasis on attention given.
- The concept of a festival has officially been had. We’re still here, and we’re going to continue to try to do something interesting and memorable. Thanks for sticking with us.
Q: You haven’t answered my question.
A: Totally apologize about that. These FAQ things are annoying to write. Tell you what — if you email us here: info@
Q: To whom should I address my inquiry?
A: If you email us, you will get Seth and Patrick. They are pretty much constantly on the job. It’s an addiction.