CONTENTS: Tribestock Music Festival (8/26)
Ozio Recap and SCP Events Leading Up to the Millennium
TRIBESTOCK MUSIC FESTIVAL (8/26)
Bring a blanket, bring a frisbee, bring some sunscreen---but don't
You may have already heard about this great summer gathering, but
if not, here are the details:
WHAT? Tribestock Music Festival
(featuring Gonzo's Nose, The Velveteens,
Consider The Source, buttersong, MAN MOUNTAiN jr,
The Buddy System, and The Make Believes; see
http://www.tribestock.com for more)
WHEN? Saturday, August 26th, 2000, from noon until dark,
Rain or shine.
WHERE? Jones Point Park
Old Town Alexandria, Virginia
COST? $15 (rising to $20)
Proceeds benefit music education. Tickets
available online at Tribestock Website.
From ska to punk rock, from pop to soul, from hip hop to classic
rock, from---oh, you get the picture! This event features several
of the area's most popular club bands, so you don't need to be a
rocket scientist to see that this will be a hit! Gonzo's Nose,
recently returned from its USO tour and write-up in the Post, will
close the show; The Velveteens, buttersong, MAN MOUNTAiN jr, and
Consider The Source have all just finished and/or released new CDs
(many sound clips are available on the Tribestock Website).
With its view of the Potomac, and its lawn and covered picnic areas,
Jones Point Park has plenty of room---but regulations prevent us
from selling an infinite amount of tickets, so don't wait too long
to get your's!
Questions? Visit http://www.tribestock.com or contact John Fedewa at
OZIO RECAP AND SCP EVENTS LEADING UP TO THE MILLENNIUM
Many thanks to the more than 350 of you who came by Ozio last month!
There were more of you than we expected, which helped Society Ties
raise more money for Leukemia research than we had hoped for---a
Last year's very popular New Year's Eve event was a great trial run
for the party to ring in the r-e-a-l Millennium, and we promise that
this year's bash will be a worthy successor.
In 1999, while other parties cancelled, we sold out in record time.
In fact, we never even had a chance to send out invitations via
e-mail or postal mail!
Stay tuned here and check our Website at http://www.scp.org/2000/
later for information about events leading up to New Year's Eve 2000.
DISCLAIMER: The preceding event message was brought to you as a
service of the SCP to the public. The SCP receives no
consideration for such communications, and it accepts no
liability for matters relating to the administration of
Formed to promote community events, the SCP is a
501(c)(7) non-profit, non-stock Virginia corporation,
and SCP event proceeds benefit charity. Past SCP events
have been held at the Andrew W. Mellon Auditorium,
McLean Gardens, Mike Bakers, Hotel Washington,
Starboard (Dewey Beach), Thompsons Boat House, Rhodeside
Grill, Music City Roadhouse, King Pepper, Tortilla Coast,
Head's, Clarendon Grill, the National Museum of Women in
the Arts, and America at Union Station.