Pop-Up Magazine, the acclaimed “live magazine” is bringing a new Winter Issue show to BAM Howard Gilman Opera House on February 7. A night of new, true stories about the fascinating world around us, each issue is different from the last, with photography, film, radio, and original music mixed together and performed live onstage by a cast of talented people.

The 2019 Winter Issue seeks to change the way we think about memory; explore a unique dating scene in the middle of nowhere; pay homage to one of the fathers of the electric guitar; examine the aftermath of an infamous, viral moment in Olympics history; bring back to life a 500-year-old, lost genre of music; and much, much more.

Contributors to the 2019 Winter Issue show in NYC include musician Will Butler (Arcade Fire); writers Josie Duffy-Rice (The New York Times, Slate, Ebony), Laurel Braitman (New York Times-bestselling Animal Madness; The New York Times), and Francesca Mari (California Sunday Magazine, Texas Monthly); filmmakers Sam Green (A Thousand Thoughts, The Weather Underground), Jason Hanasik (The Guardian, Los Angeles Times, SFFILM’s FilmHouse), Sophia Nahli Allison (Sundance Institute New Frontier Lab); and audio producers James T. Green (The Outline, Gimlet Media’s The Nod) and Sam Harnett (KQED).

After the show, performers, producers, and the audience stick around for drinks and conversation. Learn more about the show and grab tickets at www.popupmagazine.com.

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