$12 advance / $16 at the door
5pm doors / 7:30pm showtime
Neil Hilborn is a bestselling author, and with over 150 million views to his credit, he is the most-watched poet ever. He has performed in 40 states and 8 countries, and in 2017 alone he traveled over 100,000 miles to do poetry. Originally from Houston, Texas, he now lives in Saint Paul, Minnesota.
Krysta “K.Raydio” Rayford is a musician, producer and educator based in Minneapolis, MN. A graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Madison, Krysta is an accomplished singer/songwriter who incorporates themes surrounding social justice into her art and her workshops. Her music has been featured on BBC Radio 1 and Okayplayer. Krysta was a featured performing artist at Soundset Music Festival in 2014. She has taught and led workshops in Minneapolis Public Schools, Kulture Club Collaborative, Twin Cities Mobile Jazz, Avanti Center for Girls, and many other Twin Cities-based schools and organizations. Krysta is currently one of the co-teachers for an Intro to Ableton Series Class with Beats By Girlz, an organization that empowers women in sound production. The class is one of the only Ableton courses geared towards women and non-binary adults in the United States. She is also preparing to release her new album …And The World Weeps with producer Shrimpnose in late 2018.
Rob Mitchell is a poet born and raised in the south, originally heralding from Atlanta, GA. Writing has always been a form of catharsis and a bastion of creation for Rob, even from a young age. Growing up a quintessential, middle-class blerd, Rob’s poetry finds its foundations in the Black experience, the complications and divisions created by wealth, and anime. When Rob isn’t performing poetry in Minneapolis or across the country, he can often be found haunting the halls of Target, talking about sales, or in a friend’s basement, playing yet another 10 hour board game.