Now in its fourth year, the fest, which celebrates the worlds of indie literature, music and film, takes place citywide May 7-9

Celebrated indie authors, musicians and filmmakers will again flock to Columbus for Flyover Fest, which returns for the fourth year, taking place citywide May 7-9.

This year's lineup is typically diverse, featuring the likes of highly regarded Stamped author Jason Reynolds (fresh off an appearance on "The Daily Show"), Hop Along singer Francis Quinlan, whose new solo album, Likewise, surfaced in late January, and Columbus author and emerging Twitter icon Saeed Jones, whose debut memoir, How We Fight for Our Lives, comes out in paperback in early May.

Also on the bill are 2019 Alive Band to Watch (and 2020 Everyone Band to Watch) snarls, Chicago filmmaker Jim Sikora and buzzy Kentucky scream-pop duo GRLwood, among others.

You can check out the full lineup by visiting the fest's official site.