Thursday, July 29, 2010

Dracula's Ball w/Lords of Acid, Thrill Kill Kult 7/31 Philadelphia,PA RE-posted by FRANKKUBB







The next Dracula's Ball event takes place on Saturday, July 31st and includes live performances by My Life With The Thrill Kill Kult and Lords of Acid as well as turntable techniques displayed by DJ Mighty Mike Saga, DJ Blackwidow and DJ Xris SMack!

All ages are welcome (21+ w/photo ID to drink). Tickets are $16 and are on sale now at Ticketmaster, IsoTank.com and Digital Ferret CDs. Those with advance tickets are admitted into the club first, and are guaranteed a place inside should the event be sold out. Ticket sales for this event have been brisk and we recommend buying tickets as soon as possible. At this time, we consider it unlikely that tickets will be available on the day of the show.

Dracula's Ball takes place at Shampoo Nightclub in Philadelphia, on Willow Street between 7th and 8th Streets. The club has a large enclosed parking lot which is free, but it does fill up early during Ball events. Doors open at 9pm and the event ends at 2am. In addition to live bands, there are 3 DJs on 3 dancefloors, vendors, candy and door prizes. The official DB website can be found at: http://www.draculasball.com/

The day before the Ball, Projekt Records is holding their ProjektFest event in Philadelphia. If you're coming from out of town, it's yet another good reason to make a weekend out of your Philly trip. ProjektFest features performances by Nicki Jaine, The Twilight Garden, Unto Ashes, Black Tape for a Blue Girl, and Voltaire and tickets are $10; it's also an all-ages event. You can even get a FREE ticket by buying just one Projekt CD from Digital Ferret CDs or IsoTank. For details, see: http://www.projekt.com/festival/

OR check out the facebook page

http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=120527511319571&ref=mf



2 comments:

Aggronautix said...

Two great live acts! My Life With The Thrill Kill Kult released a pretty nice reissue package earlier this month revisiting their early "industrial" roots during the band's Wax Trax Records era. http://www.seeofsound.com/p.php?s=RBL028

FRANKKUBB said...

Yeah....I heard that as well, I havent heard Cofessions Of A Knife and I see Good Spirits....in YEARS, Im sooo gonna pick the re-issue pack up...Yeah, Im stoked to FINALLY see T.K.K.Ill most likely post pics and videos of the gig and afterhours :D