Posted by: kendra | September 27, 2009

Bike-powered WFMU Radio Broadcast

We’re taking the 3 20ish train up from Morristown for this!

Ridin’ DIRTY – Bike-powered WFMU Radio Broadcast

Join Trent and Marty McSorley for an epic ride along the Brooklyn waterfront – broadcasting live from an 8-foot trailer attached to the back of a bike!
Featuring performances from Seabeast, Band of Bicycles, Hayden Cummings, and the bike-driven turntables of DJ Mistakes, demos of groundbreaking bike-powered composting technologies from Earth Matter, and liquid refreshment courtesy of the two-wheeled ladies of Delicious Beverages – and, of course, commuting-themed DJ sets live from the trailer while the caravan is on the move.

Join us LIVE for all or part of the rolling caravan (all times subject to change!):

6 – 8pm – Picnic in Brooklyn Bridge Park beneath the Manhattan Bridge

8:00 – WFMU Broadcast begins

8:30 – 9 – Performances at Commodore Barry Park, Flushing Ave at Navy Street

9:30 – 10 Performances at waterfront park, River and Grand Streets

10:15 – 11 Performances + smoothies at McCarren Park soccer field, near Bayard Street and Union Ave

Come out for all or part of the show, put on your best bike bling, and bring your favorite ingredients for BIKE-BLENDED SMOOTHIES at McCarren park!!

Check in at for more information and for live updates during the show.

Brought to you by Band of Bicycles,

Delicious Beverages, and, of course, WFMU.


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