End Scene will be performing at Our Future Festival on Governors Island NYC, Saturday September 21st.
The festival runs from 11am-5pm and is free to attend.
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When New York acts, the world follows. There’s so much we can all do. Let’s meet the challenge of climate change and make it happen, NYC. Join us on Governors Island for Our Future Festival NYC, a day of talks, presentations, workshops, art, performances and discussion. Our focus is on New York and how we can all participate in preparing for a resilient future. Meet scientists, activists and artists. Experience Governors Island purpose-built climate resiliency and meet NYC’s climate leaders. Get involved. Be part of the movement for our future.
The New York City Metro Chapter of the Climate Reality Project and Human Impacts Institute in collaboration with the Trust for Governors Island present a daylong festival of events on Governors Island as part of Climate Week NYC 2019, Global Goals Week 2019 and concurrent with the UN Climate Action Summit 2019 . This groundbreaking event highlights local action and opportunities for New Yorkers of all ages to take climate action, and to show the world how we can all be part of the movement for change during this historic week.
The festival will feature informative talks and discussions by climate leaders, creative and fun workshops that spark curiosity and inspire belonging as it relates to our shared urban environment, climate-themed dance and theatrical performances, and much more. In addition, multiple organizations representing activism, the energy sector and climate education and communications will be stationed in Nolan Park throughout the day. And a series of guided tours and interactive walks will allow visitors the chance to explore and learn about Governors Island, from its urban farm to resilient new park, through the lens of climate change.
I will be playing with Carrie Beehan at ChaShaMa gallery for Garry Nichols’ “Tasmanian Effect” art exhibition on Friday September 13th at 7PM.
Garry Nichols is an Australian-born artist residing in New York City.
The gallery is located at 1022 Lexington Ave, New York, NY 10021
Carrie will be performing stripped-down versions of songs from her multimedia show "Alazon In The Quiet Room" which tells the story of immigrants, and displacement in all forms.
I am ooking forward to playing with Miriam Clancy this Friday, August 16th at St. Mazie Bar & Supper Club, Brooklyn, for the release of her new single 'The Bells' from her forthcoming album “Astronomy”. The album (released September 27th) is a cracker and its awesome to play her songs. I'm a big fan. We may also throw in a few New Zealand cover tunes too…
St. Mazie Bar & Supper Club is located at 345 Grand St, Brooklyn, NY 11211
The Crevulators will be back for the third time to play at Park Slope’s annual Seventh Heaven Festival
Sunday, June 16. We’ll be on stage at 5pm outside John Jay High School, 227 Seventh Ave.
The festival runs along 7th Avenue from Flatbush Avenue to 16th Street.
There’s a bit of a New Zealand flavor Friday June 14th at Bar Chord Brooklyn with Stan Mitchell and I backing Harry Lyon from iconic NZ band Hello Sailor. Also on the bill is Stan’s Band of Buddies, Mike Cobb & The Crevulators, Jesse Cohen, and Barbara Endes from the super cool Girls on Grass.
Bar Chord is located at 1008 Cortelyou Rd, Brooklyn, NY 11218
Show starts 8:30pm and is free!
Harry Lyon’s ‘One For The Road’ from his latest album “To The Sea”.