Weekend Options

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Friday May 17th:

Bedrock Cafe Cocktail Event, 7-8pm


Join us at sunset prior to Friday night’s opening performance at The Bedrock Cafe on Lake Erie for a drink, light refreshments, and live music.


Your Friday night event ticket includes entry where food and drinks will be available. 

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Friday May 17th and 18th 

Penn Dixie, Performance 8:30pm


During this two-day event we will watch as dancers enact planetary rotations, evoking the music of spheres as they orbit the sun. Transforming from planets into black holes, dancers will wield parachutes in the style of chinese dragons as these giant masses dance in relation to each other, eventually colliding together, generating a ripple in the fabric of spacetime, which we then detect, billions of years later, in the form of the recently discovered phenomenon of gravitational waves. Waves will then get explored further with the use of LED wristbands and spools of cord to conjure up different kinds of patterns inspired by the electromagnetic spectrum. In the final act, messages will be sent out to interstellar space, as this cast of communicators will have the opportunity to transmit what they deem to be most important about life here on earth.

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Saturday 18th 

The Bedrock Cafe, festival afterparty 10pm

Entry w/ festival pass ticket 

Join cast and crew at The Bedrock to celebrate the culminating of another great festival. 


Included in your Saturday night PastFuture/FuturePast ticket 

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On Site Pre Show Demo

Hosted by: The Nanosatellite Laboratory

The University at Buffalo Nanosatellite Laboratory or UBNL is a group of undergraduate and graduate students who work with the Air Force Research Lab and NASA to build small satellites from concept to launch. For The Indeterminacy UBNL will bring demos from two of their missions. GLADOS will be demonstrating a star tracker, a camera that uses advanced algorithms to determine which way satellites are pointing. FALCON will have a laser communication demo to show how the satellites will communicate when they are 1000 km apart in space.