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There is still time to apply to participate in the FLOW Northside Arts Crawl! Complete the artist application on Submittable or contact Felicia Perry at if you are interested in participating. 

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FLOW Headliner Tony Terry Announced 

Tony Terry is an R&B/new jack swing singer from Washington, DC. In 1987, he signed a record deal with Epic/CBS Records. Tony Terry has been wooing his fans all over the country for over decades. His smooth enchanting melodies have captured the hearts of female and male patrons alike. His style transcends age groups and his multi-selling hits, “She’s Fly,” “Lovey, Dovey,” “Forever Yours,” “Everlasting Love,” “Head Over Heels,” “When A Man Cries" and the now classic – “With You" to name a few, continue to sell, and have become timeless classics.
The Main Stage will be located on West Broadway and Aldrich Avenue North in Minneapolis.


Map Available Online

Start planning your FLOW 2018 experience with the online map and guidebook. Highlights, locations, and artist descriptions are available. Maps will soon be available in locations across North Minneapolis. Follow the FLOW Facebook page for updates on map locations

Friday Highlight: Capri Theater film and discussion

Risking Light tells the story how Mary Johnson, a longtime Northsider and employee of PCYC, moved from her experience of unimaginable grief over the murder of her only child when he was 21, to a place of profound compassion and forgiveness that today includes a powerful bond and friendship with O’shea Israel, the man who murdered her son.
The film was produced, directed and written by local filmmaker and Emmy Award-winner, Dawn Mikkelson. It includes two other moving stories of people who went through inconceivable loss and trauma and chose forgiveness as their path to healing. “The ripple effect of forgiveness is clear in all of these stories,” said Mikkelson.

Risking Light played to sold-out audiences and was a Best of the Festselection this year at the Minneapolis St. Paul International Film Festival. In addition to more screenings across the U.S. this summer, the movie makes its international premier at the Melbourne Docmentary Film Festival in July.
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