Black Swamp Arts Festival - Audio History
Bowling Green Music & Cultural History Walking Tour. “Black Swamp Arts Festival - Audio History.” Digital Gallery. BGSU University Libraries, 18 June 2020, digitalgallery.bgsu.edu/collections/item/39563. Accessed 25 Sep. 2020.
|Title||Black Swamp Arts Festival - Audio History|
|Subject||Bowling Green, Ohio -- Events|
|Description||Audio recorded history of Black Swamp Arts Festival for the Bowling Green Music & Cultural History Walking Tour|
|Creator||Bowling Green Music & Cultural History Walking Tour|
|Source||Music Library and Bill Schurk Sound Archives; University Libraries; Bowling Green State University|
|Identifier||BM&CHWT-Black Swamp Arts Festival-2020|
|Abstract||This is the second segment in a 9 part audio recorded history for the Bowling Green Music & Cultural History Walking Tour, in a collaboration between the NOICA project and the BGSU Public History Graduate Certificate Program.|
The Black Swamp Arts Festival began in Bowling Green, Ohio in 1993, and by 1998 had expanded to include bands from the local scene.
|Is Part Of||Northwest Ohio Independent Culture Archive (NOICA)|
|Spatial Coverage||Bowling Green, Ohio|
|Temporal Coverage||1920s - present|
|Transcription||The Black Swamp Arts Festival began in Bowling Green, Ohio in 1993, and by 1998 had expanded to include a local stage for bands from the local scene. Some of the local bands that have played at Black Swamp over the years includes the female pop group The Cupcakes, Goiterjelly, and Three Quarter Tank. In 2002 the local stage gave way to an electronic stage, that again hosted local artists including Mechanical Cat, Golab, and JamBang. |
The name Black Swamp comes from the name of the swamp that covered this entire area before it was drained by way of the Poe Ditch, the same ditch that the 1975 Poe Ditch Music Festival got its name, and we'll be visiting later in the tour.
|Original Format||Digital Audio|