Saturday, November 1, 2014

This Good-bye to Language Weekend, Saturday, November 1 2014.

It is so nice outside...we survived Halloween and now enter the end run for the year.

In celebration of Blue Ocean Film Festival, Craftsman House turns into An Ocean of Art. Select fine craft artists have been invited to show their works that are inspired by the ocean -- fish, octopus, mermaids, coral, anemone, etc. Ocean Art in glass, clay, jewelry, wood, metal, paintings, paperweights, tiles, lamps, silk scarves, ...
Ocean inspired snacks.
Free 5-8 PM


The Altar of the Day of the Dead celebration a tradition
Gifted local artist Jose SolEda Palacios will be teaching a class on the Mexican Day of the Dead ( Día de Muertos).


01:40-01:55 - HARDER (TX)
01:20-01:35 - Zone Tripper (PA/FL)
01:00-01:15 - Whitey Alabastard (St Pete)
12:40-12:55 - Nequam Sonitus (Tampa)
12:20-12:35 - Amigo (MI)
12:00-12:15 - Ironing (Gainesville)
11:40-11:55 - Andy Borsz (Jax)
11:20-11:35 - The Laundry Room Squelchers (Miami)
11:00-11:15 - Hell Garbage (Lakeland)
10:40-10:55 - Victimes De Regime (TN)
10:20-10:35 - Mass Control (Gainesville)
10:00-10:15 - Durastatic (Ft Meyers)
09:40-09:55 - Clang Quartet (NC)
09:20-09:35 - No Face (Tallahassee)
09:00-09:15 - ACID MAJIK (Jax)
08:40-08:55 - NOISEKILLR (Spring Hill)
08:20-08:35 - Yobel Weenel (Spring Hill)
08:00-08:15 - Dorian Nins (Jax)
07:40-07:55 - DC9V (St Pete)
07:20-07:35 - David DeCorte (St Pete)
07:00-07:15 - Wail Inhaler (St Pete)

Cost: 0$
All Ages

Noise Flea Market & Exp Art Fair.
Bring your own table, buy/sell/trade/show

Visuals by:
Jadis Mercado (NYC)
Infinity vision

Link to night 1:


Lake Street Dive - One of the hottest young bands in the country who have been selling out wherever they play.

“Amalgamating jazz, blues, trad-country, rock and R&B, these fresh-faced indie-pop-looking (and sometimes sounding) kids who found each other as music conservatory students take a post-modern approach to cherry picking and reinterpreting their favorite slices of 20th century American music that leans more wide-eyed and fun loving than it does academic. Lead vocalist Rachael Price brings a precious millennial spark to the band’s raved-up jazz-soul revival, and appearances on Colbert, Conan, Ellen and Letterman have helped make LSD the buzzing-ist band with a trumpeter and upright bass player in a good while. — Adam Gold, Rolling Stone

Great opening band: The Congress is an indie rock band from Denver with a soul and R&B twist - a voice that is so distinctive they are impossible to ignore. The past year has brought The Congress across the USA touring with Lake Street Dive, Tedeschi Trucks, The Metermen and Hard Working Americans. September 2nd The Congress made their debut at Red Rocks Amphitheatre.


Permanent Makeup - part 1 of our West Coast tour kickoff (2nd to last show before we take off on Nov 7!)

Hello. Invade! Now a 3 piece!!!????

Stoned Ape: Improvisation

+++++It's a punk show, y'all! Don't miss!++++++

8PM // $5 // BYOB



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