Virtual Festival

Virtual Event Information

We are also presenting a virtual National Storytelling Festival this October so if you can’t make it in person you can still experience the world-class storytelling from the comfort of your home. The online Festival will be held October 7-9, 2022. You can enjoy 20+ hours of storytelling over Festival weekend with continued viewing access for 14 days following the final show. We’ll be announcing more details about the event and line-up in the coming year, so please stay tuned!

Get Excited

Get excited about the National Storytelling Festival.

 

Buy A Ticket

One $75 weekend pass is good for your entire household!

 

Register

Register separately for our pre-festival workshops, Oct 5-6.

 

Log On

Log on to the Storytelling Festival beginning Friday, Oct 7.

 

Enjoy

Enjoy 20+ hours of storytelling content at your leisure for 14 days beyond the event.

 

Tag Us

Tag us on Insta and Facebook @StorytellingCenter and share your photos and thoughts using #storyfest.

Virtual Storytellers

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October 7-9, 2022. The Virtual Festival can be watched for 14 days after the Festival ends.

October 7-9, 2022. The Virtual Festival can be watched for 14 days after the Festival ends.

Virtual Festival FAQs

October 7-9, 2022. The Virtual Festival can be watched for 14 days after the Festival ends.

Yes. You can participate in Virtual Workshops in the week leading up to Festival.  They require a separate ticket from the Virtual Festival ticket. We’ll be announcing more workshop details in the coming year, so please stay tuned!

By putting a name and email address for each person you wish to receive a video link to the Virtual Festival in the “Add a comment about your order” box on the checkout page in our webstore or by calling us at (800) 952-8392.

You will receive a link to the Virtual Festival in an email from support@exposent.com just before the Festival begins.  It will contain your “Magic Link” to the event. Once you receive the link, you can create an account with your email and a password. From there, you can access the Festival schedule, participating storytellers, sponsor information, and lots of extras! You can login as many times as you like with your email and the password you created.

We strongly recommend that you use Chrome as the internet browser on your computer as it will give you the best experience. Safari (Apple), Firefox, and the latest version of Microsoft Edge are other alternative browsers that will work on your computer. If you aren’t sure what browser you are using or if it’s up-to-date you can go here to check: https://www.whatismybrowser.com/.

All Virtual Festival events will air live as scheduled (ET) beginning on Friday, October 7 and will be available until Sunday, October 16 at midnight (ET). This gives you a full 14 days to watch anything you might have missed over the weekend. There will be two concurrent sets of programming for the Virtual Festival, Stage One and Stage Two (aren’t you glad we gave you extra time to watch!). Once the event starts, you will be able to click on the scheduled item and enjoy the show. Be sure to make it full screen. When the show ends, you can still watch it as many times as you like until October 16. If you do not get to watch a show at the time it first plays, you can watch the show later. 

Most likely, yes, however it ultimately depends on your television. It may require some special hardware such as a cord to connect your computer or laptop to your television, or a casting device such as Google Chromecast or an Amazon Fire TV Stick. For more information on these types of products and how to set up your television in this manner, contact your local tech store such as Best Buy.

Contact ISC Registrations Coordinator, Marianne Huff at marianne@storytellingcenter.net or call 1-800-952-8392 x 283.

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