Watch Welcome to Night Vale Live(stream) at LA Podfest

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The Los Angeles Podcast Festival is on this weekend (Oct. 4 – 6), bringing the best and brightest of the podcast world together for one big bash. Love podcasts, but can’t make it to LA this weekend? Don’t worry; the Festival is being livestreamed worldwide, so you can hear and see your faves!

You can check out the whole LA Podfest schedule right here, but the broadcast we’re most excited about today is (of course), Welcome to Night Vale! Streaming live at 4pm Pacific, this Night Vale episode will feature guests James Urbaniak, Sara Watkins and Sean Watkins. You can catch the stream here:



New to the podcast scene and unfamiliar with the brilliant Night Vale? You’ve got to check it out; masquerading as a radio show for the creepy (fictional) desert town of Night Vale, where all conspiracy theories are real, and everything is terrifying. Imagine if The Twilight Zone and Stephen King teamed up for a podcast, and you’d have Night Vale.

See (hear?) you at 4pm, Night Valers!

(via LAPodfest, image via Commonplace Books)

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