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Highline Ballroom Announces July 2012 Line-Up

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Highline Ballroom (431 West 16th Street between 9th Avenue and 10th Avenue) has just announced its July 2012 line-up. See full details below. Tickets may be purchased through Ticketweb, online at ticketweb.com or at the Highline Box Office from noon until doors close at 866-468-7619.

Highline Ballroom is a full-scale restaurant with a full bar. A $10 food and/or beverage minimum is standard for table seating during shows.

Unless otherwise noted, all shows are suitable for all ages and offer general admission seating. Seating for all shows is first come, first seated; the Highline does not take advance table reservations, except where noted as a condition of a VIP ticket. The Ballroom cannot seat incomplete parties. Standing room for all shows is available at our bar.

For further show information, directions to the venue and for the latest updates visit www.highlineballroom.com or call 212-414-4314. All events are subject to change.

JULY 2012 SCHEDULE:

July 1, 2012
Reverend Billy & The Stop Shopping Gospel Choir
Tickets $12
Concert starts @ 1:00PM, Doors open @ 12:00PM

A strange faith is brewing for these apocalyptic times. Post-fundamentalist and happy-crazy with a 35-voice choir and worshippers throughout the world, The Church of Earthalujah began in New York City in 2009. The church has cast the global warming devils from the cash machines of JP Morgan Chase and UBS – the Swiss bank that invests in the Koch brothers and climate change skepticism. These churchgoers believe that natural disasters are messages from a living thing and that we should be teaching each other to listen and pray. Earthalujah!

July 5, 2012
CBGB Festival Presents
The Dirty Pearls
With Bebe Buell, The Killing Floor, The Noise, and Ingrid & The Defectors
Tickets $15.00
Concert starts @7:30PM, Doors open @ 6:30PM

Straight from Rivington Street in the Lower East Side, The Dirty Pearls tell their stories about sex, drugs, and rock 'n' roll. They deliver rock anthems with sharp hooks, witty lyrics, and a seedy '70s-esque swagger that will make you roll down your car window, turn the stereo all the way up, and just drive!

July 11, 2012
Live Wire x BreyKing Productions Presents
The SoundCheck Live Concert Series
Tickets $15 ADV., $20 DOS
Concert starts @ 8:00PM, Doors open @ 6:00PM

Tonight's SoundCheck Live event will be hosted by Mobrown Suga with sounds by DJ Gully. The show will feature Astronomical Kid, Live Wire, Maad Moiselle, Rob Fresh, Olivia K, Jake Primmerman, Ginette Claudette, Clef (High School Band), and a short film presented by Stacey Muhammad for Wildseed Films.

July 12, 2012
Chris Smither & The Motivators
Opening Act(s): Andy Friedman
Tickets $22.00 ADV, $25.00 DOS
Concert starts @ 8:00PM, Doors open @ 6:00PM

Having distilled his own Signature Sound of blues and folk for over 40 years, Chris Smither is truly an American original. A profound songwriter, he continues to draw deeply from the blues, American folk music, modern poets, and philosophers to create his music. From his early days as the New Orleans transplant in the Boston folk scene, through his wilderness years, to his reemergence in the 1990s as one of America's most distinctive acoustic performers, Smither continues to hone his distinctive sound.

July 12 2012
Ladies of Hip-Hop Festival Presents
The 1st Annual Ladies Battle!
Tickets $20.00
Concert starts @ 12:00AM, Doors open @ 11:30PM

Categories (Judges):

• 2-on-2 House (Linda LaNaija)

• 2-on-2 Hip-Hop (Tweetboogie)

• Popping (Marie Poppins)

• Flexin' (Deidra "Danty" Braz)

• Waacking (Princess Lockeroo)

$200 cash prize per category(Must have 12 participants in a category for prizes to be awarded) / For more information, email michele@ladiesofhiphopfestival.com

Ladies Battle! is a dance battle hosted by the annual Ladies of Hip-Hop Festival (LofHHF). The mission of LofHHF is to develop and provide women and girls with positive roles that are present and represented within the hip-hop culture. Traditionally, men have dominated all facets of the hip-hop scene, but this festival changes that tradition and puts women center-stage for the entire event. Each year an elite group of female artists from around the world are selected to exhibit work, teach, and perform as part of the festival. Through education, performance, and community exchanges, this annual hip-hop festival focuses on women and their relationship with hip-hop culture.

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