Sunday, September 21, 2008

Takeover BAM, Sept 27

We ALWAYS love the Brooklyn Academy of Music, one of the best film, music and arts venues in the city. But their Takeover event is simply one of the best and most eclectic nights of entertainment you can find all year. On Saturday September 27, one ticket buys you admission to a non-stop night of live music, DJs, film and much more. The stage of the opera house has been curated by Sufjan Stevens, and features St. Vincent, the Budos Band, the Brooklyn Youth Chorus (performing the works of Nico Muhly and others), and Naomi Shelton & the Gospel Queens. King Britt and Vikter Duplaix are DJing all night in the BAMcafe. And the four movie theaters are playing a non-stop assortment of classic films including The Warriors, Saturday Night Fever, Strange Brew, The Last Dragon, and Lars Von Trier's The Kingdom (Part 1). Plus a rec room with Wii, Guitar Hero and ping-pong, $3 beer all night, and more more more! SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 27
BAM: 30 Lafayette Avenue Brooklyn, NY
More information, as well as $20 advance tickets are available here:

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