For the first time, Macon is having a festival to celebrate local creators and inventors. The Make-End Festival will feature innovative creations that could be part of the future. The festival will be at Tattnall Square Park on November 14 through November 15.

The featured creations vary greatly. There's a Robot Resurrection, which is a 30 foot tall robot made out of recycled airplanes that actually shoots fire. There's also the Rippl3d Wind Turbine, a turbine created by a 3D printer that generates power. The exhibit allows guests to create turbines and compete against each other.

The festival will contribute more than technology exhibits. For example, Ponytrap is a musical ensemble combining professional musicians and robot drummers. This wholly unique band provides an exhibit that shows how the arts can be creative and innovative.

With these fascinating exhibits, The Make-End Festival is sure to inform and entertain. Make sure you bring a friend and see what the festival has to offer.



Make-End Festival 

Writer: James Owens, Macon-Bibb County CVB Marketing Professional