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Auburn Adventure Film Festival returns Feb. 21-23

Tickets available for weekend lineup

  • Thursday, February 20, 2020 11:44am
  • Life

The second annual Auburn Adventure Film Festival returns to downtown Auburn and the historic Avenue Theater for three days – Friday, Saturday and Sunday, Feb. 21-23.

The festival features nearly three dozen short films in six categories, all speaking to what it means to live a life of adventure. The festival provides a platform for emerging filmmakers while celebrating Auburn’s rich and colorful past and present.

A full lineup of films, show times and more information is available at auburnadventurefilmfestival.org.

According to the Auburn Adventure Film Festival website: “Adventure can take form through many different lenses; whether it is in the world of travel, sports, photography, culinary arts, nature or relationships, the Auburn Adventure Film Festival is designed to showcase perspectives that will engage the audience by letting them be a part of the adventure.”

Tickets – $10 per show or $50 for a three-day festival/party pass – are available at auburnadventurefilmfestival.org.


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