Wednesday, June 29, 2011

WonderRoot shows us how to properly Bomb the Moon

Posted By on Wed, Jun 29, 2011 at 10:35 AM

Every big event gets face time on Krog Tunnel.
  • Ashley Beckett
  • Every big event should get face time on Krog Tunnel.

It may not be bombing the moon in the NASA sense, but WonderRoot definitely has some explosive plans in store for its annual fundraiser this Friday, July 1, at the Goat Farm beginning at 9 p.m.

If you know anything about the cycles of celestial bodies, you’ll know that Friday not only marks the beginning of the month, but it always gives way to the appearance of the new moon, which marks the beginning of a new cycle. And this makes the aptly titled fundraiser all the more appropriate. New cycle, new money, new art projects for the city — who can complain?

Local dancemakers gloATL will be on hand to help Wonderroot rake in all the mullah it can, and is slated to perform along with live music from 4th Ward Afro-Klexmer Orchestra, Abby Go Go, Louder Milk, and Moon and the Husseins.

Of course, no Atlanta art event is complete without the almighty food truck and WonderRoot will have several on hand to keep your growlin’ tummies happy. The night will also be crammed with fortune-telling booths, film screenings, an art auction, live performances and, please, let’s not forget the moon.

There will be a public art activity consisting of a suspended moon and natural paint-filled balloons. You can fill in the rest. More details on Facebook.

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