The Obelisk All Dayer Official Runtimes Poster Revealed

August 20th at Saint Vitus Bar in Brooklyn, New Yrok marks the first-ever THE OBELISK ALL-DAYER, a one-of-a-kind celebration of all things heavy, noisy, psychedelic, progressive, and weird. In addition to being the first New York appearances for French heavy psych mavens Mars Red Sky, Amsterdam-based motor-rockers Death Alley, West Coast riff-rollers Snail and bizarro Texas punks Funeral Horse, THE OBELISK ALL-DAYER will feature food on-hand, full and recorded sets, limited-edition posters and other merch, and an afterparty with DJ Adzo (aka Adam Kriney of Brooklyn’s The Golden Grass) and Walter Roadburn (the man behind the internationally renowned Roadburn festival).

Tickets are currently available at THIS LOCATION.

The official poster, which will be available at Saint Vitus Bar in a limited and one-time run of fifty, has been revealed. Art is by Los Angeles-based designer Sean “Skillit” McEleny, who has worked with numerous acts across both coasts as well as the header for this site and perfectly captures the strange awe and wonder that the show is certain to elicit front-to-back.

THE OBELISK ALL-DAYER Set Times:
Mars Red Sky* 10:10-11:40
Death Alley* 8:50-9:50
Snail* 7:30-8:30
Kings Destroy 6:30-7:10
EYE 5:30-6:10
Funeral Horse* 4:30-5:10
King Buffalo 3:30-4:10
Heavy Temple 2:30-3:10
Afterparty with DJ Adzo & Walter Roadburn* 12-2AM
* Debut appearance in NYC
Event link HERE.

Set times are firm. THE OBELISK ALL-DAYER is proud to be giving these bands enough time to flesh out their performances, as opposed to rushing one into the next in a festival. The intent is that the day will be a laid-back party more than a festival, from the start of Heavy Temple‘s cult-worthy riffing through the psych-blues bliss of King Buffalo, the possibly-cape-inclusive doings of Funeral Horse, EYE‘s lush progressive rock, locals Kings Destroy‘s aggro noise push and the one-two-three punch of Snail, Death Alley and Mars Red Sky, none of whom has ever played New York before.

Get your tickets immediately!

http://www.theobelisk.net

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August 20th at Saint Vitus Bar in Brooklyn, New Yrok marks the first-ever THE OBELISK ALL-DAYER, a one-of-a-kind celebration of all things heavy, noisy, psychedelic, progressive, and weird. In addition to being the first New York appearances for French heavy psych mavens Mars Red Sky, Amsterdam-based motor-rockers Death Alley, West Coast riff-rollers Snail and bizarro Texas punks Funeral Horse, THE OBELISK ALL-DAYER will feature food on-hand, full and recorded sets, limited-edition posters and other merch, and an afterparty with DJ Adzo (aka Adam Kriney of Brooklyn’s The Golden Grass) and Walter Roadburn (the man behind the internationally renowned Roadburn festival).

Tickets are currently available at THIS LOCATION.

The official poster, which will be available at Saint Vitus Bar in a limited and one-time run of fifty, has been revealed. Art is by Los Angeles-based designer Sean “Skillit” McEleny, who has worked with numerous acts across both coasts as well as the header for this site and perfectly captures the strange awe and wonder that the show is certain to elicit front-to-back.

THE OBELISK ALL-DAYER Set Times:
Mars Red Sky* 10:10-11:40
Death Alley* 8:50-9:50
Snail* 7:30-8:30
Kings Destroy 6:30-7:10
EYE 5:30-6:10
Funeral Horse* 4:30-5:10
King Buffalo 3:30-4:10
Heavy Temple 2:30-3:10
Afterparty with DJ Adzo & Walter Roadburn* 12-2AM
* Debut appearance in NYC
Event link HERE.

Set times are firm. THE OBELISK ALL-DAYER is proud to be giving these bands enough time to flesh out their performances, as opposed to rushing one into the next in a festival. The intent is that the day will be a laid-back party more than a festival, from the start of Heavy Temple‘s cult-worthy riffing through the psych-blues bliss of King Buffalo, the possibly-cape-inclusive doings of Funeral Horse, EYE‘s lush progressive rock, locals Kings Destroy‘s aggro noise push and the one-two-three punch of Snail, Death Alley and Mars Red Sky, none of whom has ever played New York before.

Get your tickets immediately!

http://www.theobelisk.net

Source: Earsplit Compound