Tonight, Noisey is throwing a free show at Music Hall of Williamsburg to celebrate the recent launch of Noisey.com, Vice’s newest online channel. If you’ve been living under a digital rock, Noisey.com is a music network that showcases bands and local music scenes across the world through original short videos, curated by VICE with support from Intel and Dell.
The RSVP for this inaugural celebration has been closed since Monday due to overwhelming demand… but your good friends here at FREEwilly scored a pair of VIP tickets into the party — up for grabs to our luckiest reader! Just comment below, and it could be you!
Noisey Presents: The Free Concert Series: NYC
Music Hall of Williamsburg (66 North 6th Street, Brooklyn)
April 28th at 8pm
Featuring performances by:
As per any FREE show, entrance is limited to capacity so if you RSVP’d we suggest you get there early to guarantee entry!
As for Noisey, here’s what our homies at Vice have to say about it:
Each episode on Noisey includes five segments, including a short documentary introducing viewers to the band and the local music scene, then four segments of uninterrupted performances. We recently shot documentaries on The Vaccines, Oberhofer, Ariel Pink, Das Racist, Bun B, OFF!, and Mogwai to name a few. Currently there are over 45 bands being featured on Noisey. Come check it out, watch your favorite bands and discover new ones too.
So comment it up and try your luck at winning… and then maybe you can tell all your friends about all the fun you had at that party they couldn’t get into (if you’re that kind of asshole-y friend).