Eclipse Week at FEED

Eclipse Week at FEED

Erie is in the Path of Totality! Check out FEED's extended hours and four special events between April 5-9.

But first...check out FEED's live count-down of the Total Solar Eclipse here:

Extended hours:

FRI 1-9PM | SAT 10AM-8PM | SUN 10AM-6PM | MON 10AM-10PM | TUE 11:30-1:30PM

Eclipse Special Events:


Eclipse After Party Details:

April 8 | 4-10PM

After your mind has been blown by Totality, you’re going to need a place to process what you saw and experienced. Come to FEED! We’ll have music, meditation, projections, a laser show(!!), and more! 

Time-based Performances:

6PM -Syzygy by Ethan Hayden, with David Linton on guitar. Interplay of orbiting waves coalescing into a crescendo of light and sound, Syzygy is a performance on the eve of the 2024 solar eclipse, where bodies align to create an experience invoking natural phenomena, waves, and time; utilizing a disklavier, guitar, and light projections. 

7:30PM - BlackLight-A laser and sound show by JesterN. In this performance, sound is the signal that moves the laser beam in a synaesthetic and synchronic discourse exposed for the audience senses. A contemplative live performance in which time is dilated to counterbalance the haste of modern life: invisible light revealing what is hidden, as phosphor extends its trace, capturing the passage of time.

8:30PM - Eclipse Meditation: Enjoy a guided meditation with artist Kelly Killz. This 30-minute multi-sensory emotional exploration is intended to facilitate processing the ellipse in a safe and fun group environment. 

9PM- Ecliptica by Enki Andrews and Chris Jordan, with Ethan Hayden on trombone and David Linton on guitar. Bringing together a multitude of voices and recordings from the day of the eclipse in 2024, Ecliptica is a performance reflecting on our community and perspectives of time and impermanence. The performance  focuses on the qualities of light-spectra experienced during an eclipse, layered with the faces and light of the community surrounding FEED. 


Eclipsing Stars, a collaboration between artist, Alex (LoneSav) Staley, and astrophysicist and folklorist, Dr. Moiya McTier, with support from Erie Arts & Culture, and FEED. 

Crocheting the Stars with FEED Gift Shop Resident, Aaron Homerski. Learn to crochet and leave with your own star. 

Ether.exe by Betty SweatersA synthetic recreation of the ethereal and liminal feelings during an eclipse through multiple generations of media technology.

Manifestation Station by Anthony Carson. A creative collaborative smorgasbord where attendees can request a custom-illustrated poem or doodle based on any topic, including the Eclipse, alongside art prints, t-shirts, and mini zines for sale.

Mirror Me by Kelly Killz - This installation of self-love and empowerment  perfectly exemplifies a transformation from doubt to dazzling confidence, with a focus on the divine feminine of a fashion icon with opulent vibez and baddie energy.

PA Dutch Barn Quilt  by Liquid Light Factory. This extended reality projection-mapped sculpture is a contemporary take on the barn quilt, a 300-year old tradition of American Folk Art.    

Remixing the Stars with Collin Bonner. Take a turn mixing visuals for the party.

DJ Alex "lonesav" Staley


Eclipsing Stars was made possible by the Simons Foundation and is part of its 'In the Path of Totality' initiative.

Support for this program has been provided by Erie Arts & Culture through the Lydia McCain Unrestricted Fund of the Erie Arts Endowment.