The Village Voice, the nation’s largest alternative weekly newspaper, is thrilled to announce the addition this year of The Official 4Knots Music Festival After Party. The show will be held immediately following the Festival at the Beekman Beer Garden Beach Club at South Street Seaport and will feature the Black Lips with Kid Congo Powers + The Pink Monkey Birds. Tickets are only $15 and go on sale tomorrow at noon at: villagevoice.com/4knots
. The show will be 21+. Doors for the show are at 7pm and the party will run till closing.
This year’s edition of The 4Knots Music Festival will take place at the South Street Seaport, Piers 16 & 17 for free on Saturday, July 14, 2012 from 1:00 – 8:00 PM. Archers Of Loaf, The Drums, Crocodiles, Team Spirit, Doldrums, Hospitality, Bleached, Nick Waterhouse and Devin are all already confirmed to perform.
The second annual 4Knots Music Festival will be free, open to all ages, and held rain or shine. The event will feature renowned and emerging artists from today’s music scene performing live all day in front of what is sure to be yet again an extremely large and enthusiastic audience.
Bud Light returns to the 4Knots Music Festival as the presenting sponsor. Additional 2012 sponsors include Metro PCS, Pisco Porton, PopChips, Beekman Beer Garden Beach Club, Laser Cosmetica, MexiQ, The Gershwins’ Porgy & Bess, Urban Ears, Nelson Blue, Tune Up Media, Lucky Strike, Red Bull, smartwater, Seaport Music Festival and the South Street Seaport Museum.
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Founded by Dan Wolf, Ed Fancher, and Norman Mailer in October 1955, The Village Voice introduced free-form, high-spirited and passionate journalism into the public discourse. As the nation’s first and largest alternative newsweekly, the Voice maintains the same tradition of no-holds-barred reporting and criticism it first embraced when it began publishing over fifty years ago. The recipient of three Pulitzer prizes, the National Press Foundation Award, and the George Polk Award, among others, the Voice has earned a reputation for its groundbreaking investigations of New York City politics, and as the premier expert on New York’s cultural scene. Writing and reporting on local and national politics, with opinionated arts, culture, music, dance, film and theater reviews, daily web dispatches, comprehensive entertainment listings, and unrivaled classifieds, the Voice is the authoritative source on all that is New York.
The Village Voice has also created such celebrated events as the Obies Awards, Brooklyn Pour, Choice Eats, Web Awards, Choice Streets, 4Knots Music Festival as well as the most anticipated issues and guides of the year including the annual Pazz and Jop music poll, Best of NYC, and its Spring, Summer, and Fall Preview guides, the Voice is New York’s most influential must-read alternative newspaper in print and online at www.villagevoice.com where the site averages 2 million unique users each month.