of Moog's most future forward endorsed artists like Janelle Monae, Toro y Moi, Erykah Badu, Gym Class Heroes, and TV on the Radio, are all slated to take the stage for a celebration of music, fashion, and art, all with a healthy dose. Details: Zine Sharing and Selling Zine makers are invited to display and sell zines from shared tables for a 20 tabling fee. M/ May 17th, 2016: The Sword, Purson, From Beyond at Brooklyn Bowl Alesana at Webster Hall, 2015 May 17th, 2016: Lamb of God at The Paramount May 18th, 2016: Filter, Orgy, Vampires Everywhere, Death Valley High at Brooklyn Bowl May 20, 2016: Apocalyptica, 10 Years. Details in the poster below. Talk, meet, debate the virtues of your zine, and see what you end up with! June 4, 2016: wsou presents: Hatebreed, Devildriver, Devil You Know, Ashes Of Your Enemy at Starland Ballroom June 6, 2016: Beartooth, Sylar at Webster Hall June 8, 2016: pvris, North American Headline Tour w/ Lydia, crusir at Webster Hall June 10, 2016: Sworn Enemy, Maniac. Weve all grown so much and their latest work All Our Gods Have Abandoned Us speaks for many. The festival is still completely free, so if you're in Brooklyn this weekend check your preconceptions at the door and enjoy ride. Feel free to comment below. Event runs May 13 from 7pm-10pm many thanks to Paper Cuts for inviting us to participate.
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Ticket pricing is affordable if you order early, preferably the 1st week of a production season. To help combat this my little sister and I would do our best to encourage the bands we liked most to keep making music, and stick with tough cross country touring so we could see them again. If youre too far away to head out to any of these shows and want to know if theres anything going on in your town, feel free to tweet us @verbicide and well look into events happening in your neck of the woods. Thank the free festival gods, Brooklyn's uncategorizable Afro-Punk fest is back this weekend after a one-year hiatus, to once again rally the people and challenge expectations! The sessions were orchestrated by Clocktower radio Paper Cuts host and zine expert, Christopher Kardambikis.