Announcing Hot Night 2018,
the 5th edition of the Staten Island cultural event
at 5050 Skatepark, May 5
Live music from headliners Rising Sun All Stars plus Jigsaw Youth, Pastel, Enablers, APMD, and Back-Up
Featuring two exclusive new beers by Kills Boro Brewing Co.,
food by Kottu House, and DJs live-broadcasting for Maker Park Radio
New York, NY / Apr 11, 2018 – Hot Night returns for its fifth installment on May 5, 2018 at 5050 Skatepark— doors at 7pm; bands 8:30–midnight. Bringing together citywide artists, small businesses, and music lovers in the ever-growing North Shore Waterfront of Staten Island, this cultural entertainment experience is $15 and on sale now.
The newly-minted Kills Boro Brewing Co. will debut two brand new specialty brews exclusive to Hot Night in addition to their signature beers on tap. Acclaimed Sri Lankan street food purveyors Kottu House will serve take out bowls of their famous dishes alongside the comfort food of newcomers J’s on The Bay. Tip The Wagon Ices will be providing alcohol infused ices and ice creams.
Original artwork by local gallery artists will be on display when doors open.
Music acts include headliners Rising Sun All Stars, a neo-soul band led by emcee Nenjah Nycist; all-girl punk trio Jigsaw Youth; experimental sight and sound group APMD; Pastel, a classic rock band with a modern edge; and softcore punk group Back-Up. Maker Park Radio, the in-house radio station of nonprofit community co-working hub MakerSpace, will DJ between acts and broadcast live throughout the event.
Tickets // $15
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Ever had your mind blown in a BMX bike shop?
Spectacle BMX is a play bespoke to the BMX bike shop Meseroll in Brooklyn, NY. See select dates and ticket purchasing below.
SPECTACLE BMX SHOW DATES in MARCH 2018
PURCHASE TICKETS HERE: https://www.eventbrite.
A limited number of discount tickets are available for each performance, and libations will be served.
WHAT’S THE PLAY ABOUT?
Dorian and Casey are spiritual adventurers who experiment with quantum physics in a Brooklyn BMX shop. The pair is hellbent on creating the philosopher’s stone of ultimate perfection by injecting it into technology in order to save human consciousness. When a BMX pro becomes a subject of one of their experiments, his conceptions of reality are uprooted and everyone may have gotten more than what they bargained for.
SEATING IS LIMITED…
To around 25 people per show, so purchase in advance so you don’t get shut out!
Starring: Eric Svendsen, KJ Adams, Tommy Norton, Lauren Malissa Williams, Nicholas Sutton Bell
Written and directed by: Ian Gould
Story/concept by: Jon Lynn, Ian Gould and Abbe Ertel Magid
Production/lighting design: Jon Lynn, Grady Corbitt
Executive Producer(s): Andrew York, The Powers Collective, Tommy Norton
Musication 5 was one for the record books. With over 40+ artists and creatives sharing their passion, the entire 5050 Skatepark was packed. If you missed it or just want to relive the experience Makerpark Radio Livestreamed the entire event!
Musication 5 at 5050 Skatepark This Friday
“The 5th Annual Musication Festival is here and this year’s theme is DANCE! The Musication Festival has been instrumental in showcasing youth performers and artists along with the professional musicians and artists from Staten Island, NYC, and beyond. Each year raises money for the LARK Fund, a mini-grant designed to provide money to public schools and non-profits for music equipment, instruments, repairs, speakers, etc” _Projectivity
More visit https://www.facebook.com/Projectivity/
Check out the photos Here.
Read the Whole Story here.
STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. — 5050 Skatepark wished the Staten Island Ferry a happy 200th birthday by holding a fundraiser for a local hospital Saturday night in Stapleton.
The free event offered live music, food and featured dozens of paintings and photographs of Staten Island’s iconic boat — which were donated by numerous local artists.
Photographs and artwork were submitted by Vin Barone, Mark Blasko, Jozette Carter-Williams, Michael Defuri, Eric Isaksen, Kristopher Johnson, Nick Jones, Ryan Lavis, Scott Marceau, Maggie Rose Melito, Carol Mitteldorff, Don Arangio, Chad Rachman, Valentiono Scaramella, Michael Sent, Mike Shane, Virginia Sherry, Adam Smith, Sean Sweeney, Tabitha Leee Turchio and Scott Van Campen.
The goal of the night was to raise money for construction on Richmond University Medical Center’s (RUMC) new emergency room in West Brighton.
Eric Isaksen, an EMT at RUMC, helped organize the event along with 5050 co-founder Ed Pollio.
“This is something I feel really passionate about,” said Isaksen. “I love riding my bike here at 5050, I love photography, but most important is helping people that need better emergency health care on the North Shore.”
As for Pollio, anything that involves “showing off art” and “raising money for a hospital” is something he’ll always be a part of.
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