Sunday, January 23, 2011

Lonnie Walker, Veelee, Schooner and more show support for Moving Island Buoyancy Benefit

Moving Island is a non-profit organization based out of Raleigh and started by some of the Triangle's favorite musicians, and on January 28th and 29th they're bringing quite the array of Triangle favorites out to show their support and help jump-start Moving Island for their opening in March.  Moving Island is a performance and education facility that will focus on "emerging arts, empowering technology, and the business of living" that was founded by Chris Riddle (Motor Skills/Old Bricks), Adam Crane, Kelly Crisp (The Rosebuds), and Maria Albani (Schooner).

Moving Island's Buoyancy Benefit is scheduled for the night of Friday January 28th and Saturday the 29th, with music from some of the top names in the Triangle's music scene and DJ sets, comedy and dance.  The lineup is as followed:

The Big Picture 7:30 pm
Organos 8:15 pm
Wowser Bowser 9:00 pm
Gray Young 10:00 pm
Veelee 11:00 pm
Lonnie Walker 12:00 am

Young Volcanoes 3:00 pm
Old Bricks 4:00 pm
Special Mystery Guest 5:00 pm
Schooner 6:00 pm
Intermission/Q&A about what Moving Island is/does/plans to do 7:00 pm
Kid Future 9:15 pm
Naps 10:00 pm
Juan Huevos 10:45 pm
Heads on Sticks 11:30 pm
Motor Skills 12:15 am
DJs presented by Denmark Records 1:00 am

Tickets for the 2011 Buoyancy Benefit are $8 per day in advance ($10 the day of) or $15 for both days in advance.  Tickets are available through Schoolkids Records in Raleigh, CD Alley in Chapel Hill, and Bull City Records in Durham.  Tickets can also be purchased online at Brown Paper Tickets here.  Moving Island is located at 804 N. West St. Raleigh, NC.

Go out and support your local community, this is a great cause that shouldn't be ignored!

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