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8:30 pm Dj Jinglesparkle

9:30 pm Persona La Ave Dj Set

10:30 pm Moldybrain & Friends Live Jam

  ft. Adam Coyne (of Easy Honey and Schema)

  Andy Hocutt (of Terrachrome)

  JR Spenser (of Magic Dust)

  Coleman Sawyer ( of Rare Creatures)

12:30 am Dj Moldybrain

Live Art by

Nick Rypkema 

Kelsea brown

Live Projection Mapping

by Spencer Brown of Errotron Visuals

Eros Elixir Bar by Conjured Bliss

DIY Jewelry Station by Genuine Gypsy

Tinsel Fairy Hair Extensions by Stranded CHS

Tarot & Oracle Readings by Faline Market

Live Glass Blowing by Mushie Charms

Climate Quest by Charleston Climate Coalition


LED Dance Performances

by Radiance Performing Arts


Aerial Performances

by Out on a Limb


Diego's Empanadas


by NPP

What is Artcelium fest?

Artcelium (n): a combination of art & mycelium which is a network of fungi that connects all plants together underground. All of nature exists by sharing nutrients and information with each other through mycelium.

Our festival celebrates & emulates this fascinating network by connecting our community through awesome sustainable art and gatherings.

Just like the fungi network that connects plants and helps them grow, urban mycelium is the connection between us, the people of the city who co-exist & co-create with each other in order to make positive changes in the urban ecosystem.

This entire event is centered around community, art, and the passion for nature & sustainability.


Join us for a night of connection through live music, live immersive art, flow arts, dancing, and new creative experiences. 

This will be a multi-dimensional art event inspired by our recent trip to Meow Wolf that will 


Live Music

Live Painting

Interactive Experiences

LED Dance Performances

Immersive Installations

Food Truck, Vendors, and Secret Missions

Our goal is to inspire others to pursue their passions by observing all stages of multidimensional creation.

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Urban Artcelium - Frequently Asked Q's


There is a free parking lot, but parking is LIMITED.
Please carpool or plan a rideshare to have the best experience.

Tickets available at the door?

Yes. Cards preferred, Venmo and Cash accepted.

We will continue to sell door tickets until we reach capacity - which is likely to happen.


There is no re-entry.
If you have an emergency or personal reasons, please let us know. We will be happy to address these in a case by case basis.

Refund Policy

Urban Artcelium is a rain or shine event. All sales are final.

In instances of extreme weather conditions, event cancellations are possible and refunds will be issued.

*Update: We are granting refunds for the postponement on 11.11.22, please email us for details.*


There will be regular functioning bathrooms as well as porta-potties available.​


Draft Beers by Lo-Fi Brewing

Argentinian Empanadas by Diego's Empanada Truck

Exotic tinctures and elixirs by Eros Elixir Bar

Liquid Death & Guayaki Yerba Mate by NPP

May I take photos/video at Urban Artcelium?

Absolutely! Cameras and cell phones including Go Pros are allowed. Please tag us in your photo/video content so we can see what it looked like from your perspective! We will be hosting a photo contest after the event.

Code of Conduct

We are committed to providing a harassment-free experience for all artists, staff, and guests at Urban Artcelium, regardless of gender and gender identity, sexual orientation, ethnicity, nationality, race, age, religion, disability, neurodiversity, physical appearance, or other protected category.

For the safety of our staff, guests and art, please respect the following rules:
  • Guests are encouraged to report any inappropriate behavior to the nearest employee.

  • We reserve the right not to allow any bags or other items inside the event.

  • Please be mindful of smoking or vaping. We encourage using the outdoor area for smoking/vaping.

  • All persons under the age 18 must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian.

  • Service animal means a dog that is trained to do work or perform tasks for, and to assist, an individual with a disability. All other animals, including emotional support, comfort or companion animals, are not considered service animals.

  • Service animals should remain on a leash or in a harness and under the control of the owner at all times.


Prohibited Items

  • Weapons of any kind including firearms, pocket knives, pepper spray, large chains, spiked jewelry, etc.

  • Objects or toys that appear to be a firearm or weapon

  • Any illegal substance

  • Outside Food or Beverages.

  • Backpacks, luggage, or bulky items should be left in your vehicle or at coat check

  • Fireworks and explosive and/or flammable objects

  • Horns, whistles, megaphones or artificial noise makers

  • Face covering or masks other than those required for health, safety, or religious reasons

*We reserve the right to prohibit the use or storage of any other items not listed above that we determine may be harmful or disruptive, in our sole absolute discretion.*

Prohibited Activities

  • Excessive Intoxication

  • Sneaking in any restricted item

  • Unauthorized access or entry into backstage areas or areas designated for employees only

  • Taunting, abusive, or disruptive language with staff or other guests

  • Obscene or offensive gestures with staff or other guests

  • Making others uncomfortable with unwelcome sexual attention or engaging in inappropriate physical contact

  • Fighting, throwing objects or engaging in horseplay

  • Defacing, destroying or stealing property

  • The sale of goods or services, or display of goods or services, unless prior written approval has been obtained

  • The distribution of printed or recorded materials of any kind unless prior written approval has been obtained


We reserve the right to prohibit any other activity that we determine may be harmful or disruptive, in our sole and absolute discretion. Violators will be asked to leave and may be cited for trespass or violation of any laws.

Dress Code

We invite all guests to come to visit us in style and we love when folks show up in creative attire and costumes!

For safety and in consideration of there are a wide variety of guests who come to enjoy our exhibition, including children and families, we prohibit the following:

  • Face masks that fully obscure the face (COVID-type masks are permitted)

  • Clothing that may be considered inappropriate for our family-friendly environment.

  • Proper attire, including shoes, must be worn at all times.

NPP reserves the right to deny admission to or remove anyone whose attire does not comply with the Guest Dress Code.

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