This past Saturday on March 30th, New Yorkers celebrated the arrival of spring with the NYC Craft Beer Festival at the Lexington Avenue Armory. For about 50 dollars, beer enthusiasts were able to taste over 150 American Craft beers in a 2 oz souvenir shot glass that was theirs for the keep, along with the option to access seminars and buy foods and items from local vendors and retailers.
On March 30th, artists flooded Spike Hill for the Famous Hill party, curated by Audiofemme and Famous NYC. The night featured Archie Green, Kuf Knotz, Animal House, B-Tips, Longarms, Redfoot, Diamond Bones, and Empty Chairs.
ALL PHOTOS BY NATE "IGOR" SMITH
Beer festivals bring out people who don't need a larger excuse to down some suds in the sun -- our kind of folks. We searched the nation and came back with these photos of beer drinkers doing what they love. Because beer makes the world go round (and spin sometimes too).
From Eric Sundermann's write-up from the March 31st show at The Beacon:
Opener Sharon Van Etten -- who could probably sell-out the Beacon on her own right -- set the evening's tone nicely. A bit nervous and dressed in all black, she thanked the crowd for coming early. "I know I'm not Nick...
On March 30th, the Zombie Rave invaded Webster Hall. There was dancing, hooking up, and the occasional blood orgy feast upon human flesh.
ALL PHOTOS BY LAURA JUNE KIRSCH
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