EyeCon One Tree Hill Six Event
Bryan Greenberg Private Meet: 6:30-7:00
General Admission: 7:30pm
Ticket Link: http://www.eyeconfla.com/oth6/tickets.html
VIP Tickets: Sold Out
General Admission: 50.00
Welcome to our EyeCon One Tree Hill 6 event, this time returning to our roots in Wilmington, NC where we started it all! In 2014, two fans started an online petition for us to add a One Tree Hill convention to our list of themes. The response was overwhelming so we decided to take the leap of faith, bringing the first US OTH convention to life.
We love this fandom. You have been very kind to us. You deserve a convention worthy of your love for the show and we will always do our best to be that convention.
To our attendees from past conventions, you have genuinely shown your loyalty to us. This convention is dedicated to you and is our way of saying thank you for supporting us. That's what family does, and we are equally as loyal to you. To our new friends joining us, you will be immediately adopted. Also, be prepared to meet the best friend you will ever have at one of our conventions. It happens all the time!BUY TICKETS
The Annex Songwriter Session #8Singer Songwriter Session #8
Wednesday, MAY ,10 2017
Doors at 7 PM
Show at 8 PM
The Annex Songwriter Session #8 is Wednesday, May 10 in The Annex. We will feature six local artists who will perform awesome, original, unplugged music.
Check out these musicians and come watch them perform LIVE in The Annex, our beautiful, two-story brick schoolhouse.
A&M Food Truck and the BAC Cash Bar.
$5 admission at the door, doors will open at 7pm, and the show will start at 8pm. Family friendly, open to all ages!
If you're interested in performing please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Spring Flea 2017
Friday, June 16, from 3 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Saturday, June 17, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m
Sunday, June 18, from Noon to 5 p.m.
The Spring Flea at BAC 2017, taking place Friday, June 16, from 3 p.m. to 9 p.m., Saturday, June 17, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., and Sunday, June 18, from Noon to 5 p.m.
In our efforts to create a well-balanced and diverse show, and due to the defining size of the venues, we can only accept a limited number of vendors.
Please provide as much information as possible; the more information you provide, the easier it will be for us to evaluate how you will fit into The Spring Flea at BAC. Please send any and all item/shop descriptions, press, websites, and photos.
We will only be accepting vendors selling vintage flea items (including but not limited to retro, upcycled, antique, and vintage-themed goods, collectibles, memorabilia, furniture, clothing, accessories, home decor, kitchenware, etc.). Artists, jewelers, and craft vendors are welcome to apply to be put on a waiting list. In the event that vendor space is available after we feel the maximum "vintage flea" spaces have been filled, additional types of vendors will be accepted and contacted. Once accepted, vendors can confirm their space by submitting payment.
Application URL: https://goo.gl/forms/BlnyuzfpA8h8LqNj1
Please send questions to email@example.com or visit www.brooklynartsnc.com for more information. Whatever we can do to help you, we are happy to do!
Donna the Buffalo and special guest, DangerMuffin
Donna the Buffalo with special guest, DangerMuffin
Tuesday June 27th, 2017
Benefactor: All proceeds from the Cape Fear Cannon Ball will benefit the East Carolina
This is an all ages event!
Distinctive, groove-heavy, and danceable, Donna the Buffalo is a band for the people One of the most dynamic and determined bands continuously touring America for since 1989, Donna the Buffalo has created a community environment at their shows through their distinctive, groove-heavy, and danceable music. Donna the Buffalo is a band for the people that is accessible, positive, and memorable. With roots in old time fiddle music that evolved into a soulful electric American mix infused with elements of cajun/ zydeco, rock, folk, reggae, and country, Donna’s music often contains social and moral responsibility as core beliefs, and they are just simply fun to get out and celebrate life with. “For the dizzying array of styles and genres with which they work, Donna The Buffalo maintain a surprising level of consistency… over the course of their 25-year career, they retain a sharp focus that has helped them create some truly lasting music…” writes Elmore. “Few groups are this comfortable as performers, and even fewer would take as many risks.” Donna the Buffalo announced The Stampede: A tour to raise awareness to the inappropriate use of corporate money in politics. They’ve joined forces with Ben Cohen, Co-Founder of Ben & Jerry’s, who has started stamping slogans on currency in protest (stampstampede.org). “As a band, we have made a long term commitment to join this burgeoning movement,” says Jeb Puryear. “It is clear to us that we will never get significant government action on issues like healthcare, student debt, wall street banks, the environment, and corporate tax evasion until we outlaw legalized corporate bribery of our politicians.” They are joining teaming up with legendary American roots music troubadour Peter Rowan to kick off The Stampede in the Fall of 2015 and are looking to snowball the tour into the election year to raise awareness to the topic. Peter Rowan says, “At last, it comes around again; making music with Donna the Buffalo, one of my favorites.” Donna the Buffalo is Jeb Puryear (vocals, electric guitar) and Tara Nevins (vocals, guitar, fiddle, accordion, scrubboard) joined by David McCracken (Hammond organ, Honer Clavinet & piano), Kyle Spark (bass) and Mark Raudabaugh (drums). “It’s been really fun with this lineup,” Puryear says. “You get to the point where you’re playing on a really high level, things are clicking and it’s like turning on the key to a really good car. It just goes.” “You have to do just what you want to do, and everyone likes different things,” Nevins says. “Both Jeb and I come from this background of old-time fiddle music, which is very natural, very real, very under-produced, and all about coming from the gut—flying by the seat of your pants. So we have that in us, too.” All Music Guide says their most recent album, Tonight, Tomorrow and Yesterday (2013 Sugar Hill Records), “highlights everything this consistent band does, and it has a warm, live-sounding production… This is what 21st century Americana sounds like, a little bit of this and that from anywhere wrapped up into a poignant, jamming dance reel, a place where the past and history meet easily in the immediate now and everybody feels like dancing.” The band has released ten albums and are affiliated with several others, including Puryear’s 2007 solo album Hopes and Dreams and a 2003 release, Wait Til Spring, with Jim Lauderdale. The band’s 2008 release Silverlined, as well as the 2013 release (both on Sugar Hill) did well on the Americana Music Chart, each placing well into the top ten. In 2011 Nevins released Wood and Stone, produced by Larry Campbell in Levon Helm Studios, and Mule to Ride in 1999 on Sugar Hill Records. Donna the Buffalo drew it’s original inspiration from a cherished part of the American heritage: the old-time music festivals of the south that drew entire towns and counties together. Not only was it playing music at these events, it was the vibe and the togetherness that bonded the people that attended. “Those festivals were so explosive, and the community and the feeling of people being with each other, that’s the feeling we were shooting for in our music,” Puryear says. “Donna the Buffalo is an extension of the joy we’ve found.” This type of bond is what Donna the Buffalo’s fans, self-titled The Herd, connect to and why they travel around to see them at shows and festivals throughout the year, including a family of GrassRoots Festivals that DtB started and is still the driving force behind. “It’s a great feeling to promote such a feeling of community, like you’re really part of something that’s happening, like a movement or a positive force…” Nevins says, “All those people that come and follow you and you recognize them and you become friends with them — you’re all moving along for the same purpose. It is powerful. It’s very powerful, actually.” Donna the Buffalo plays music that often moves listeners physically and spiritually. In the words of a longtime fan, “Their songs are well known to contain lyrics offering poetry and sage commentary on the attractions and struggles with love and politics in this life. Their magnetic musical mix has often been described as dance music, and, for sure, there is everything from foot-tapping to get-up-and-feel-ecstatic moving in their sound; but there is also some deeply satisfying solace in what DTB has to say and how they say it.” Jeb talks of his inspiration “rolling off all the great protest songs and the socially conscious music like Bob Marley and The Beatles and Bob Dylan – all of that stuff. So that, to me, is sort of like a tradition to write from that angle as a way of reflecting on what you feel about the world and how you feel it could be better and getting to a different place as a society. There’s also the strength that comes from music and gives you the feeling like you can change those things and make some progress, and then express some of the particulars about what you’d like to change.” “If there’s a common thread, it’s an up-tempo beat that gets audiences dancing, moving and smiling, even for the more topical songs. That’s part of the point: Sending energy and spreading joy can be political acts… When the band recently went out to the Occupy Wall Street demonstrations, Puryear read a pamphlet that said ‘it’s about the vibration,’ and he agrees. ‘The vibe is going to be the big change, out of a passion for living.” Jeb says said to the Rochester Messenger Post. “Just that kind of energy, something we kind of feel in ourselves.” It’s certainly kept the band rejuvenated, he noted: It’s “having an absolute chemistry that’s creative and can still be exciting over 20-something years.’”BUY TICKETS
The Brooklyn Arts Center and Quilters by the Sea Guild are thrilled to present Piecework 2018: Quilting and Fiber Arts Show. This show is taking place Saturday, June 23, 10AM - 5PM and Sunday, June 24, Noon - 5PM.
For this BAC event, we are seeking creative and innovative quilt and fiber arts vendors to sell their products and promote their business at what will once again be the coolest quilting and fiber arts show in the Southeast. In our efforts to create a well-balanced and diverse show, and due to the defining size of the venue, we can only accept a limited number of vendors. Please provide as much information as possible; the more information you provide, the easier it will be for us to evaluate how you will fit into Piecework. Please send any and all item/shop descriptions, press, websites, and photos.
Please email at least 4-5 photos of your items/merchandise to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include your name and application photos in the subject line. Some of the photos may be used for promotional purposes, such as a Meet The Vendors feature. By submitting, you approve BAC's usage of your photos.
Please send questions to email@example.com or visit www.brooklynartsnc.com for more information.
Concerts & Events
Brooklyn Arts Center is the most stunning and spectacular small-market, multi-use event venue in the region. We host weddings, concerts, fundraisers, art shows, upscale vintage flea markets, and other community-driven events.
There is abundant free parking in our neighborhood on North 4th Street or you can park in Historic Downtown Wilmington, two minutes away, and take the free trolley, which stops on North 4th Street in front of the church.
BAC is available to outside promoters. We offer state-of-the-art house sound and lighting systems and the finest event support service in the Southeast. If you'd like to bring an event to the Brooklyn Arts Center, contact Executive Director Richard Leder at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Unless otherwise stated, BAC is a standing-room-only venue. For some concerts, there is limited, first-come/first-served seating on the balcony, with the purchase of a balcony ticket.
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