A Place To Bury Strangers at the South Street Seaport last Friday; photo by Rebecca Smeyne
In two weekends, the Voice will throw this big, all-day, free-show bonanza on Coney Island starring Stephen Malkmus, Broken Social Scene, the Dodos, Beach House, Times New Viking, Islands, Ra Ra Riot, Parts and Labor, These Are Powers, and more. But now, there’s even more to do with your beer-bloated, sunburnt, cherrystone-juiced ass on that particular day: an offical post-Siren after-party featuring A Place To Bury Strangers and Apes and Androids. The show’s at the Music Hall of Williamsburg and it costs actual money, like $15, which is half the cost of that round you will buy tonight. Pretty fair considering, no?
Tickets on sale on Friday at noon over here.