The 2017 Library of Congress National Book Festival App is now LIVE and ready for download. The free app is newly updated with everything you’ll need to know before and during this year’s festival on Saturday, Sept. 2 at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center.
Love mapping out your route to see all the authors you love? You can use the app now to plan your adventures at the festival – from who to see to what activities you don’t want to miss. The app contains the full schedule of author events, book signings, panels, and Library and sponsor special events, complete with their times and locations. You can even build a personalized schedule within the app so you can dive right into all the fun at the festival as soon as you get there.
Prefer to fly by the seat of your pants? On the day of the Festival, the app will be invaluable for finding your way through the convention center, reading up on author bios and the festival sponsors, and deciding which activity or booth to visit in between the two speakers you just have to see. Plus, the app will always have the most up-to-date information on the festival, and provide notice if anything changes during the day.
The festival app is also a great way to tell us what you think! You can use the app to rate each event, post photos directly to Twitter and Instagram, and see what you and everyone else on social media are saying on the live Social Media Wall, which will be visible during the festival both in the app and in-person all around the convention center.
The app is available for iOS and Android. If those don’t work for you, never fear, there’s a fully-functional web version too! Take advantage of this invaluable opportunity to make the most of your day on Sept. 2, and use the app to make the festival a seamless, stress-free, and fun adventure to remember.
You can find links to download your version of the app at loc.gov/apps. Check it out and start planning your schedule for the big day!
The 2018 Library of Congress National Book Festival, which is free for everyone, will be held at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center on Saturday, Sept. 1. The festival is made possible by the generosity of sponsors. You too can support the festival by making a gift now.