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13:28 Productions presents:
COUNTDOWN TO 2012
Friday, Dec 16, 2011 9:00 PM EST (8:00 PM Doors)
COUNTDOWN TO 2012
with Portion of Proceeds to Benefit National Brain Tumor Society
Friday, Dec 16, 2011 9:00 PM EST
Canal Room, New York, NY
21 years and over
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On Friday, 12/16/11 come celebrate and activate your mind and let the COUNTDOWN begin to the Winter Solstice of 2012, closing out the Great Cycle, and ushering in the Noosphere: the next stage in new planetary human consciousness.
Countdown to 2012 Full Event Schedule:
- Doors at 8pm with SYNCHRO spinning House and Beyond.
- 9:30pm: Invocation & Multimedia
- 10:00pm: DJ Spooky
- 11:00pm: Activation & Multimedia
- 11:30pm: Kung Fu
- 1:00am: SYNCHRO
- 2:00am: BMD JAM SESSION featuring Marc Brownstein and Aron Magner of The Disco Biscuits with Adam Deitch of Break Science & Lettuce.
Tributes to Terence McKenna and Jose Arguelles throughout the night!
Come join the party!
In memory of Terence McKenna whom died of the deadly brain tumor Glioblastoma, and on behalf of Countdown to 2012 & 13:28 Productions, a portion of the post-production proceeds will benefit National Brain Tumor Society. In memory of Jose, free 13 Moon / 28 Day calendars will be made available courtesy of the Foundation for the Law of Time.
Dont miss this multimedia extravaganza also to include Visual Projections provided by SCOTT DRAVES and ELECTRIC SHEEP, Intergalactic Intermezzo sets by SYNCHRO (spinning House & beyond), Invocation and Activation by JAMES RIVERSTONE, Featured Visionary Artist GIZEM BACAZ, and Movie Shorts provided by Post Modern Times and 2012:Time for Change.
For more information, visit www.countdownto2012.com.
Friday, 12/16/11 (Red Rhythmic Earth)
Doors: 8:00 pm | Show: 9:00 pm - 4:00 am
All Tickets GA. $35.00 (includes sales tax) Advance and at the Door (based on availability).
**Ticket Price Subject To Change**
Portion of Proceeds to Benefit National Brain Tumor Society