Sure we’ll be working, pouring beer for all you silly-looking music enthusiasts, but we’re still stoked.
From The New York Times
The first summer concert at the Williamsburg waterfront this season will be epic, in at least one sense of the word: the reunited Faith No More will perform its first East Coast show in more than a decade on July 5 at North Eighth Street and Kent Avenue on the East River in Brooklyn, the Open Space Alliance for North Brooklyn said on Wednesday.
Faith No More, the San Francisco rock band whose hits included “Epic” and “A Small Victory,” broke up in the late 1990s but regrouped last year. In a statement, the band said it hoped “the experience of playing together again will yield results erratic and unpredictable enough to live up to the legacy of Faith No More.” (And yes, the front man Mike Patton is slated to be there.)
Tickets for the concert, which is being held as a benefit for the Open Space Alliance, will go on sale at noon on March 19 at ticketmaster.com and the Nokia Theater Times Square box office.Back to all blog posts