Thursday, November 13, 2008

Farewell Knitting Factory NYC

That's right, folks. If you haven't heard already, Knitting Factory is sadly shutting its doors on its Manhattan location shortly. We've had a great 28-month streak there (an eternity for NYC nightlife) and have rocked 24 memorable (to us, at least) nights. Now it's time to end this chapter of the HHK saga. Fret not, though. We're like the cockroach of hip-hop. You can keep blowing stuff up, but we always find a way to survive, and 2009 is shaping up to be our biggest year yet. We'll let you know our future plans later but for now, come celebrate with us this Saturday. It's time to get all your friends who told you, "I'll go to the next one" out for Saturday.

Hip Hop Karaoke: Last Knitting Factory Show EVER.
Knitting Factory (74 Leonard St. between Church and Broadway)
Saturday, November 15
Doors/Sign-up at 10
Show at 11

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Blogger rdj. also known as daniel. said...

I will, sadly, be en route to Peru at that very moment. (Not sad to being going to Peru, but sad to miss the final installment of this era in HHK.)

4:47 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

WOW. . . craziness. . .

The Knitting Factory chapter of the Good Book HHK is coming to a close. Damn. . . I always pictured myself rocking the Knit stage at the tender age of 40-something. . . performing Das EFX like it came out yesterday.

I can't wait to see what you guys have in store for '09. . . you know whenever, and wherever it goes down, K-Dot will be in the building. Saturday deserves something extra special, lemme put on my thinking cap. . .

7:06 PM  

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