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Thurs 7.4 - Verboten StageONE: Sasha / Guy Gerber / Maya Jane Coles @ BK Waterfront


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[SIZE=4]Thursday 7.4
Verboten presents StageONE / Never Say Never
[B]Sasha / Guy Gerber / Maya Jane Coles
Davide Squillace / Bill Patrick[/B][/SIZE]

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[SIZE=4][URL=http://www.verbotennewyork.com/stageone]Tickets[/URL] / [[email protected]]Tables[/EMAIL] / [URL=https://www.facebook.com/events/136963269828084]Facebook[/URL][/SIZE]

Announcing Verboten StageONE, a new summer event series that distills the best parts of a festival setting into a single outdoor stage on Brooklyn's Williamsburg waterfront. StageONE will feature world class DJs, a massive sound & visual installation, food vendors, games, and an amazing waterfront location.

The series kicks off July 4th with Never Say Never and the Verboten NY debut of SASHA, playing alongside Supplement Facts / Wisdom of the Glove boss GUY GERBER and MAYA JANE COLES, supporting her debut album. They are joined by Verboten & Circoloco resident DAVIDE SQUILLACE and New York / Berlin underground troublemaker BILL PATRICK for a non-stop day of music. Tickets on sale now, with more editions to be announced soon.

StageONE / North 11th St [at Kent] Brooklyn / 2 - 10pm / 21+

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Thursday 7.4
Verboten presents StageONE / Never Say Never Afterparty
[B]Sasha / Guy Gerber / Maya Jane Coles / Davide Squillace[/B]


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[URL=http://www.verbotennewyork.com/stageone]Tickets[/URL] / [[email protected]]Tables[/EMAIL] / [URL=https://www.facebook.com/events/177564855753364]Facebook[/URL]


We continue the July 4th madness with an official StageONE Afterparty at Highline Ballroom, with bonus sets from big guns SASHA, GUY GERBER, MAYA JANE COLES, DAVIDE SQUILLACE, and an opening set by Eric Carson.

If you don't want the day's festivities to end, or couldn't make the day time event, grab a ticket now for this epic carry-on.. As usual, we'll be bringing in extra sound & video, and enjoying Highline's recent upgraded air conditioning.

Highline Ballroom / 431 W 16th [btwn 9th / 10th Ave] / 11pm - 6am / 21+

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