We’re going to keep this short because later this week, we’ll be publishing posts about the weekend’s events. But because we’ve done these things for each of the other three events at the 200 East Art Haus this summer, we thought we’d check in with a quick and dirty version for now. So, let’s go.
Tickets are still available and you can buy them here. The cost is $25 and it will include a compilation featuring all local artists that comes to you via both Frederick Playlist and Flying Dog Brewery. The main stage will be outside, so as long as you make your way to 200 East, you essentially can’t miss it. Doors open at 4 p.m. The set times for the bands will be as follows:
- Seaknuckle – 5 p.m.
- Old Indian – 6:15 p.m.
- Heavy Lights – 7:15 p.m.
- J Roddy Walston And The Business – 8:30 p.m.
Also of note: There will be an active stage inside, which will feature DJs spinning throughout the day and into the night. The list of those DJs are as follows:
- Two Teks
- Secret Panda Society
- The Normal Trade
- Statik Skye
The set times for the DJs is yet to be determined. Also inside, you’ll find a brand new art gallery, along with the studio in which the compilation was recorded, open for all to see. You can also buy tokens for adult beverages inside and, it should also be noted, the same bar we have been using all summer will be used to sell said adult beverages as the DJs spin. As an added feature, we hope to be taking donations to help a couple of the local record stores that were impacted due to the floods that messed everything up last week. Stations to donate will be available on site.
Also: We will have pinatas. And the great Goodloe Byron will lead a pop-up art mart.
After this event, the 200 East Art Haus will be going dark for a handful of months, so we can get our bearings under us for a slate of events in 2016 that we hope will send the building out in style (yes, the plan is for some giant corporation to demolish it eventually). This schedule will be linked with our (now) annual Frederick Music Showcase at the Weinberg Center in February. But that’s all another conversation for another time.
For now … let’s buckle in for one final throw down (do people still say “throw down”?) at the 200 East Art Haus in 2015. We’ll have more as the week goes on.