07.24.2004

6pm to 6am — newnation in DUMBO

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Date/Time: 24/07/2004 12:00 am


Hey all-
This is going to be a great and momentous party/happening/gathering (we are
hoping for 3000 attendees) that benefits several political orgs and is
organized by a group of really wonderful, creative, and ambitious folks. I
will be tabling there with YSS and other friends so come support us as well.
The tix are quite reasonable and the line-up is sweet (including our pal DJ
Rekha!). Any of you who want to bring your talents off-stage are welcome to
do so in this carnivalesque atmosphere. I¹ve seen the space, and the view is
incredible. Even if you can¹t make it, please forward to as many people as
you know. The more folks we can get there, the more $ we raise and the more
fun we all have!
In Solidarity & Revelry,
Prerana
july twenty fourth
two thousand and four
six pm through six am
newnation

http://www.DestinationNewNation.com

For twelve hours, on this midsummer’s night, explore the
space between revelry and revolution – between seduction
and sedition. Guerilla video projections and performance
patrols guide you through Dumbo’s cobblestoned canyons
of concrete and steel to 60,000 sq ft of indoor and outdoor
space at the river’s edge. There – in five areas of music
and performance, of voyeurs and visionaries, of djs and
decadence, of drinks and debauchery ­ on the broken
banks of Brooklyn is your land of the free,
your newnation…
Proceeds from this event benefit democracy in action by:
The League of Pissed off Voters swinging the election one
registered voter at a time ­ NYCSummer connecting youth
and community based organizing ­ I Am New York City, a
community media project by CounterConvention.org.
When:
Saturday, July 24th
6pm through 6am (yes, 12 hours)
Where:
10 Jay St. in Dumbo Brooklyn
directly under the rumble of the Manhattan Bridge
against the East River.
F train to York,
A,C trains to High St.
2,3 trains to Clark. St.
For full information and directions see:

http://www.destinationnewnation.com

or call: (212) 561-0948
How: $10 at the door before 10pm, $13 otherwise.
or buy advanced tickets for only $8 before July 19th:
at: http://www.destinationnewnation.com/tickets.html
The newnation is built on a landscape of performance,
interactive installations and spontaneous acts of harmony.
The stage is endless, the audience is infinite
and the performer is you (all of us)
set to a soundscape by:
| Paula Jeanine & American Ghazal – south Asian blues meets the American
mind
| Akim Funk Buddha, Phoenix & El Rock create the cosmic circus
| Femme Nameless – all female afrobeat band
| Open Thought – live hip-hop, didge and expanded consciousness
| Female Bureau of Investigation – funk, soul and a heavy dose of politricks
| Magbana – West African drummers & dancers
| Nigel Richards of 611 Records blurring music boundaries
| dj Rekha – basement bhangra & Bollywood disco
| Yellownote with dub to drum & bass to electro breaks
| PJay of Tronic Treatment brings analog electro breaks
| Dub Champions – Middle-Eastern flavored live beat manipulation
| Joshua Gabriel turntablist, drummer & vocalist extraordinaire
| Blunted Funk the duo of dj Scottie B & Sneak-e Pete & Brian Fegan bring
funk & breaks
| the heroic Steve B with breaks & deep house
| dj Tantrik with a sunrise tribal ceremony
| Tyler Askew of Rude Movements spinning hip-hop to underground soul
| Jaxon brings rhyme flows with live bass
| 3rd Party the acclaimed activist MC’s
| Rhyme-n-Bass with Blackkat’s Chrome backing MC Hired Gun
| Stefny of DirectDrive with hip-hop & tribal house
| djembe rhythms and liquid lyrics by Rhiannon DumboLuna & SisterNYC
| a midnight masquerade hosted by the Hungry March Band
| hooka & chai lounge under the stars by Wanderlust
| harem city buit by Complacent.org
| wet cabaret – silly, fun, lewd
| video visions from Rooftop Films, Eyewash, ScreenSavers,
Paul Clay & Harbinger
| sound by Havoc
and more and more found at:

http://www.destinationnewnation.com

(if you want to perform, see the artist call on the website)
This is the summer of resistance.
Now is when we live out loud.

Questions? Ask us