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8static Festival brings chiptunes to First Unitarian Church [Events Roundup]

Plus: a fundraiser for TechGirlz.

An 8static show. (Photo by Ben Mason)

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The annual 8static Festival returns for a three-day chiptunes spree.

Also: Watch archival films about urban planning with the GeoPhilly meetup.

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Go to Market: Getting Your Products Out There
Hear from Analog Watch Co.’s Lorenzo Buffa and Project Runway winner Dom Streater, among others, on how to distribute your product.
Monday, Oct. 13
6-8 p.m.

MADE Studios, 305 Cherry Street. Old City.
RSVP. $10.

 

8static Festival
The annual chiptunes festival is back, featuring local acts like Chipocrite, Cipher Prime’s Dain Saint and Animal Style, and out-of-towners, too.
Thursday, Oct. 16-Saturday, Oct. 18
6:00 p.m. each night

First Unitarian Church of Philadelphia, 2125 Chestnut Street. Center City.
Get tickets. $20-$50.

 

The Inaugural Women’s Business Social Hour and TechGirlz Fundraiser
Support TechGirlz, the nonprofit that aims to get middle school girls involved in tech and entrepreneurship.
Tuesday, Oct. 14
6-8 p.m.

First Round Capital, 4040 Locust Street. University City.
RSVP. $75 suggested donation.

Companies: Analog Watch Co. / 8static / TechGirlz

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