Friday January 11th
9:00PM Event Officially open to public
11:15PM -1:15AM Tim Warner Headlining, Neko White Hosting
Alexis Guerreros, Nick Ruggia, Erika Wasser, Pat Rigby, Justin Murray, Ryan Hoffman, Justy Dodge (performing)
1:30AM- 2:15AM Kris Keyser
Saturday January 12th
12:30PM Poetry Reading Featuring Rachel Therres, Sara Eve Daly and Friends
3:00PM-4:00PM Zach Herchen
4:00PM-5:00PM Verbal Phantom
8:30PM-10:30PM Tracie Jayne Headlining, Zac Amico Hosting
Phil Burke, Samma Jamma, Courtney Hill, Jessie Richardson, Boris Khaykin, Neruda Williams, Nick Ruggia, Ryan Hoffman, Mike Cannon (performing)
Hope everyone is as psyched as we are!
So the excellent Larry Weiss of Full House printing has generously signed on to print some beautiful for posters for Make-a-thon. Keep your eyes peeled in the coming weeks! If anyone would like to help hang don’t hesitate to get in touch with Noah (email@example.com) or Jake (firstname.lastname@example.org) and see where/ when we need to spread the word.
Thanks a bunch!
-The Make-a-thon Team
Hey all. So a number of avenues we were pursuing to print our posters have fallen through and so we’re asking anyone with access to commercial printing facilities if it would be at all possible to print a number of out posters at your shop in exchange for either advertising at the event or some other mutually beneficial arrangement. Please let us know as soon as you can by emailing either Jake (email@example.com) or Noah (firstname.lastname@example.org). Thank you all so much!
Ain’t she a wonderful sight? Big big UPs to Ted Chevalier( Ted’s Flickr) for making the type super pretty and Jake (jakescohen.com, castlejakeskull.com) for being able to use Photoshop masks. Hope ya’ll enjoy it, expect to see it cropping up all over Hudson County in the coming weeks.
Hoboken, NJ on the Hudson River was severely affected by the storm with power loss, flooding, property destruction and infrastructure damage so severe the national guard was called in to ease the burden taken up by the town’s tireless first responders. This small town is known for its vibrant bar and nightlife scene, but it is also home to tight-knit communities of long time residents whose lives and livelihoods have been severely afflicted. As weeks go by and the media coverage lessens many people still need help rebuilding their homes and lives. Our event will raise money for the Elks Disaster Relief Fund with all proceeds distributed locally and directly to the hardest hit residents and to rebuilding the public spaces we enjoy collectively. To donate please visit our IndieGOGO page by clicking this link. No amount is too small and every donation is greatly appreciated.
The donation structure of Make-a-thon is exactly the same as a walk-a-thon event and if you’d like to Pledge a specific artist we encourage you to either donate on behalf of someone you know who is participating or continue to visit this blog for a full list of those involved.
-The Make-a-thon Team