Bloodshot BILL NEW YEARS EVE PARTY at Station Bar & Curio in Woodstock. With special guest DADDY LONG LEGS himself and your deejays Oakley Munson (The Black Lips) and Andy Animal (the Meltasia Music Festival guy) and some BIG surprises. If you don't feel like dealing with a stress encrusted New Years Eve in NYC then make your way up to Woodstock for an evening of wildness and freedom in the mountains. Theres a few rooms available across the street at The White Dove Rockotel so hit em up ASAP if ya want one. BILL IS ENCOURAGING FREAKY COSTUMES! This will be a birthday celebation for ol' Bloodshot as well.Come celebate the new year with a real deal New Year's baby. See ya there, fellow melters!
22 Rock City Road, Woodstock
An afternoon of Christmas fun for all ages. Before Santa makes his big entrance onto the Village Green, we will be pulling out the old projector to show you a selection of vintage holiday themed animated and live action shorts from the 1930s through the 1960s before we get to our main feature... Jim Henson's beloved classic, Emmet Otter's Jugband Christmas (1977)!!! Enjoy an afternoon breakfast buffet or some cookies and egg nog while the fireplace roars and the holiday spirit glows off the silver screen. Entry is free but donations will be accepted to support the preservation of the Kingston Model Railroad Club.
Saturday November 18th at 7PM till Sunday november 19th at 11pm
Glen Falls House
230 Winter Clove Road
Round Top, NY 12473
Set in an Autumn landscape somewhere between the locations of this & last year's MELTASIA MUSIC FESTIVAL in the heart of the Catskill Mountains, Meltasia presents to you... NOVEMBER-COMING-FIRE!
A musical & visual celebration of the fall season. The evening will include indoor & outdoor psychedelic projections by BAMiAM, fireside movie screenings including One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest (1975), Orca (1977), An American Werewolf in London (1981), Harold and Maude (1971), Twilight Zone: The Movie (1983) and more. Sweet and savory treats from delicious stews to apple cider donuts will be available for you to enjoy.
STAY THE NIGHT in one of Glen Falls House's classic rooms. Numerous overnight ticket types to choose from. But most importantly there's the LIVE BANDS including THE NUDE PARTY, the western Catskills answer to The Monkees. Then we got New York City's modern day Manson Family (minus the violence and the men), SLOPPY JANE, THE PAUL GREEN ROCK ACADEMY, a bunch of tuned in & turned on local youth who will be performing a seasonally appropriate tribute to The Velvet Underground. Kingston New York's cult heroes ULTRAAM will be will be putting you in a trance with their strange bizzaro instrumental beatnik noise. Finally their's Brooklyn's ACID DAD, who will be presenting you with their psychedelic dirtbag rock. Feel free to arrive earlier in the day so you can grab a hot cider or a mulled wine and crunch around in the Autumn leaves on one of Glen Falls House's beautiful hiking trails.
Sat, Jul 29 2017
22 Rock City Road
KOOL KEITH is an American Rapper from The Bronx, known for his surreal, abstract and often profane or incomprehensible lyrics. Kool Keith is generally considered to be one of hip-hop's most eccentric and unusual personalities.
THE NUDE PARTY congealed as one unit in the southern mountain town of Boone, NC in 2013 and gained their namesake very literally. Bonded by isolation, house party debauchery, a religion based on pushing the limits of bad taste, and a precocious predisposition towards the Kinks, the Animals and the Velvets, they have burgeoned into a rock and roll act to be reckoned with.
ANIMAL SHOW get off by terrorizing the streets of NYC with their degenerate noise. They are a punk band. They are forever stuck in the New York groove. Like if X-Ray Spex were a New York band who hungout with Warhol. A favorite of Andy Animal's.
4th of July BBQ
5327 Route 212
Mount Tremper, NY
BIRDCLOUD is Jasmin Kaset and Makenzie Green, a pair who met in a place called Murfreesboro and who, since 2009, have used things like booze and sacrilege to make very modern country music. The duo write songs about what Sarah Palin deemed “the real America,” that unsung republic of countrified interstices stretching from coast to coast between cities. Kaset and Green’s America is a nation of indulgent reprobates and boastful imbeciles, laughing maniacs and horny high school dropouts— the desperate, absurd place we all inhabit in one way or another.