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September 7, 2017 @ 8:00 pm - 11:00 pm
A series of one night only events combining live music and experiential artworks in the Courtyard. Free for students/ $15. Free food provided by Newk’s Tampa Bay Cash bar provided by Modern Events Catering at The Ringling.
The Ringling and SRQ Arts Presenters :
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Firstworld is the moniker for South Florida artist/producer Kris Alvarez. Firstworld began as an outlet for Alvarez to write darker, more lofi songs than what he was producing for his band at the time Sigh Kicks. After Sigh Kicks split, Firstworld became Alvarez’s main project. Firstworld’s debut self-titled single has been featured on indie music blogs such as BIRP.FM and Indie Shuffle, as well as on Spotify’s Fresh Finds playlist. Firstworld’s sound is likened to chillwave, reminiscent of early Washed Out and Toro y Moi.
Is an electronic musician and composer from Tampa, Florida who has spent the past 15 years studying the art of analog synthesis. He has toured the country as the digital half of the power pop band, Select Start, all the while continuing to develop his own unique style of glitchy, downtempo ambient house.
Brother Brother (SRQ)
A new generation indie folk. The energy of the sibling duo brings light to today’s roots music revival. Singer songwriters Bradley and Brett Anderson have original harmonies and songs ranging from foot-stomping Mumford-like melodies to indie rock beats and distortion featured on acoustic and electric guitars, banjos, mandolin, and a slamming bass drum.
Art in the Courtyard at Ringling Underground:
Ringling Underground event and artist liaison Danielle Dygert will present artworks in the Courtyard:
Embers and Objects features local artists Samantha Burns and Erin McCullough, in conjunction with New College of Florida’s Dear World project. Samantha Burns assembles her interdisciplinary works around fragmented memories, objects, and experiences. Erin McCullough manipulates and revives found materials and scraps to illuminate the waste of contemporary consumer culture and materialism.
Ringling Underground is always free for college students with a valid college ID. It is an extension of the Art After 5 program held on Thursdays after 5 p.m. After hours discounted admission is $15 for adults; $5 for children 6-17, children 5 and under and Museum Members are free.
Newk’s Tampa Bay provides fresh-made food from the finest ingredients– Free!
Cash bar provided by Modern Events at The Ringling.
Ringling Underground is a rain or shine event.
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