Ezra Koenig @ Governors Ball 2015
Democratic candidate Bernie Sanders has become as embedded in NYC youth culture as much as Broad City (despite their support for a certain thinly veiled marketing campaign of a candidate) and Pizza Rat. With his mural on the corner of Franklin and Meserole in Brooklyn, across from the House of Vans and former site of such murals as Courtney Barnett’s “Nobody Really Cares If You Don’t Go To the Party” and Halsey’s “Colors” murals, as well as, support from Erica Garner (Eric Garner’s daughter) in TV campaign advertisements, the Vermont senator has been making waves trying to clinch the Empire state as his vital grab against she-who-must-not-be-named.
NYC- Washington Square Park (4/13)
The first stop on his NYC tour see the presidential candidate, like any wasted NYC student on a Wednesday night, hitting up Washington Square Park (4/13). Guests include Vampire Weekend (which if it’s like any of the other performances features Ezra and Chris Tomson), along with Spike Lee, Rosario Dawson, Shailene Woodley, Linda Sarsour, Tim Robbins, and Graham Nash. Doors Open at 5PM, Music starts at 7PM RSVP here for free.
Brooklyn- Prospect Park (4/17)
The host of such summer events like Celebrate Brooklyn!, the Sandman is also making his way towards the venue with guest speakers Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard, Danny DeVito, Justin Long, and music by Grizzly Bear. Doors at 12PM, Music at 3PM RSVP here for free.
Queens- Hunter’s Point (4/18)
The last stop on Bernie’s NYC run sees him at the world’s borough in Long Island City neighborhood Hunter’s Point South Park. The rally features Danny Glover, Fisher Stevens, and music by TV on the Radio. Doors at 5PM, Music at 7PM RSVP here for free.