Miklós B's 6th Annual SoupFest

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Miklós B's 6th Annual SoupFest

  • Ages 18+

Back and better than ever – SoupFest combines homemade soup, live music, and community giving to support Columbus charities.

When and where

Date and time

Location

Valley Dale Ballroom 1590 Sunbury Rd Columbus, OH 43219

Map and directions

How to get there

Performers

Headliners

  • Dan Deacon

More Performers

  • Saintseneca
  • Protomartyr
  • Fluung
  • Ethan Samuel Brown
  • Mol Sullivan
  • DANA

Refund Policy

No Refunds

About this event

  • 7 hours
  • Ages 18+
  • Mobile eTicket
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Ticket required for SoupFest 2023 Music Festival starting @ 3:30pm.

Doors, and SoupFest 2023 Soup Competition @ 1:00pm (donations suggested).

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PARTICIPATE...

Enter Your Homemade Soup — SoupMakers receive FREE entry into the event. Soup slots (only 5 left!) will go fast – reserve your spot soon!

Volunteer at SoupFest — Anyone willing to commit to a 2-hour volunteer shift will be sent a code for 20% off (GA) ticket price.

Sponsor SoupFest 2023 — There are all kinds of opportunities to support SoupFest and gain exposure for your business.

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IN SUPPORT OF...

Mid-Ohio Food Collective — The largest food bank in Ohio provides 170,000+ meals each day for hungry people in central and eastern Ohio.

ADAMH Board of Franklin Co. — ADAMH provides a pathway to health and healing for those seeking resources for addiction and mental health.

[CHARITY ACTIVITY]

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ABOUT SOUPFEST...

Our Mission — In late 2019, SoupFest co-founder and our best friend, Nick (Miklós) Battaglia, passed away unexpectedly. In his honor, profits from all SoupFest events are donated to The Miklós Battaglia Fund for dispersal by its managing council which includes SoupFest LLC directors and the Battaglia family. Held at the nationally recognized Columbus Foundation, the fund supports boots-on-the-ground Columbus 501c3 orgs combating food scarcity, social inequity, and homelessness in our hometown. We miss Nick deeply every single day. His memory within all of us remains the heart and soul of SoupFest. We are grateful to his family for their ongoing support and collaboration on what was his passion project.

Valley Dale Ballroom — Opening in 1925, Valley Dale was a nationally known venue during the Big Band era of the ‘30s and ‘40s, playing host to many of the greatest musicians of all time in its nearly 100 years. The unique double-level space adds its own charm to proceedings.

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