Featured Artists:

Artist Bios

Live Entertainment:

Amazing Giants 1THE AMAZING GIANTS appear at events throughout the state and at music festivals nationwide.  These performers live up to their name with stiltwalking, juggling, hoop dancing, acrobatics and more.



Fortunate SonsFORTUNATE SONS are a guitar-playing duo performing the hits we all grew up listening to–from tie-dyed soul, to blues, to rock and folk-rock, even a little country. Led by longtime Columbus performer, Mike Lemble, you’d be hard-pressed to find a more energetic and entertaining twosome.



THE SHADY GROVERSTHE SHADY GROVERS are the newest addition to the Americana and Bluegrass scene in Columbus. The Shady G’s are energetic, fast-paced, and now how to get a crowd dancing. From blues to bluegrass, they cover a wide array of music.



KellyKELLY ZULLO was voted 614 Magazine’s “Best Solo Musician” for the past two years. She has performed at the prestigious “Woodchopper’s Ball” which features nine of the top acoustic guitarists from around the country.



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The night we turn garages into art galleries!


Join us for an evening where over 30 regional artists magically transform the garages of Macon Alley into mini-galleries as they display, sell and even demonstrate their work- Saturday, July 18, 2015  5 p.m. – 9 p.m.

Enjoy live music, savor wine and beer tastings, and help us celebrate the rich tradition of arts patronage and collection that continues to thrive in German Village.  Use the back of your Art Crawl ticket as a passport to traverse Macon Alley and sample a portion of the best culinary offerings in German Village.  Sample a bite of the Village’s best restaurants so you’ll know where you want to grab dinner after the Crawl!


Looking To Volunteer?

From set-up to tear-down, ticket takers to wine pourers – 80 of YOU are needed!  Volunteer shifts are typically 2 hours in length and all volunteers will be provided a FREE ticket to the event.

What are you waiting for, sign up to volunteer at the 2015 German Village Art Crawl.