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Rough Language $500 Poetry Slam + Live Music Concert! Don't worry - that's just the name - the language isn't necessarily "rough" ... but it could be! This event is for adults (18+, preferably 21+) Doors 8:30P Live Music 9:15 - Poetry Slam 10P - 12midnight After Set until 1A $15 advance|$20 day of $35 Poet Registration - first come first slam. Registration is online. *Cash only, day of entry, at the door. There is an ATM inside the door for your convenience. The bar/restaurant takes VISA/MC/DISCOVER as well as cash. Live Music by: Vintage Nation! Crowd Control by: Dj KnoDat Hosted by: Queen Sheba Brought to you by: Below The Radar, Traxx Girls, ITLA Rough Language is a quarterly 3 Round Poetry Competition, co-founded by Queen Sheba CEO of Below The Radar and Melissa Scott President of Traxx Girls; that brings 15 poets from around the country to battle it out for $500-$2,000 in cash. At the end of each year we bring back the top 3 winners from each quarterly slam, add 3 wild cards and have a blow out final round. Our night starts off with an introduction to our show then a musical guest, then 3 rounds of kick butt, fall out, knee slapping, tear whipping, side splitting poetry as poets are prompted to bring their "A" game to make it to the final round and take home the prize. Rough Language is always multilayered to satisfy the adult ADD in all of us. There are vendors selling jewelry and anything we deem suitable for our event, in the past, we've had body painting, live mannequins, a Dj is a staple for our show, and visual art. We choose different "local" (only by geography, not by skill) artists for each show to promote such a marketable space in our colorful event. Our audience is normally 21+ and we market to the working class that normally wouldn't frequent a poetry night but are looking for something different. We are a people for the people, our demographic stretches across color, gender, race, and religious lines. Rough Language is an upbeat, fun, enjoyable evening with an edge. Rough Language always chooses one charity to donate part of the proceeds to; we are a grass roots organizations that prides on remembering our start. In that, we continuously give back to the communities that helped make all of the Below the Radar events successful. ATLANTA - DETROIT - PHILLY *If you'd like us to bring Rough Language to your city please contact us and we'll make it happen! TEXT ONLY: 404-697-9734 FMI ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Regarding Table Reservations *Table reservations are generally held until one (1) hour after doors open but make sure to refer to the event's specific ticket rules on Ticketweb; if you have not redeemed your table reservation by the specified time, you will lose your reservation and your table will be made available to others without refund. *Table tickets are not required to attend, but they are recommended for guaranteed table seating. *A table ticket entitles you to the entire table with the described number of chairs. Do not purchase a table ticket for each person sitting with you at this table. (1) General admission ticket is required per person to enter venue. Purchasing a table reservation does not include the price of admission. Admission may be purchased by selecting General Admission tickets or at the venue upon arrival. *Table reservation fees do not go towards food or beverage, admission or gratuity. *There are no refunds on table reservations (except event cancellations) additionally, seating/table arrangements or changes to them are non negotiable and provide no cause for refund *When you enter the venue, please look for your table which will be held by name (eg J. Smith). Your server will be expecting you; please be prepared to show your credit card and picture ID before you are seated. Should you have any further questions or concerns please feel free to call the Apache Cafe @ 404.876.5436 or visit www.apachecafe.info
Saturday January 24th, 2015 The Silver Comet, will host their very own sensory-themed festival at Center Stage - The Loft - Vinyl in Atlanta. JamFestiParty will feature an eclectic lineup of 9 extraordinary artists, all from the Atlanta area: Genre' Vintage Nation Lyrical A.J. The Silver Comet The Sound of Fire Julianna Smaltz Aarron Tyson Azar DIEMON Special Art Presentation by Megan Williams. Super Jam Hosted by The Prodigies For only $5, You will be apart of a full engaged sensory festival where you will hear innovative music, observe live painting, participate in interactive events, and smell the sounds of RockandSoul, creating a memory that will live on.
Plane House presents all three coasts for A3C. 18 to enter. 21 to drink.
Courvoisier is sponsoring this event. #VintageNationFridays at Infusion Bistro Bar and Grille at 2520 Piedmont Rd. Atlanta, GA, 30324
Sounds Like: Erykah Badu, Maroon 5, Janis Joplin, Lauryn Hill, The Jimi Hendrix Experience Official Page
Bio: Georgia born Ink & Jow puts the Soul in "Soul Music". Bringing comparisons from Erykah Badu to Maroon 5, to Lauryn Hill & John Mayor Vintage Nation brings back that moment you first fell in love, with music. Ink, (Atia Boggs) from Columbus, Georgia & Jow, (Joseph Davis) from Brunswick, Georgia ...See Full Bio
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