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Thursday, December 15, 2011

Back Pockets, gloATL to collaborate at the Goat Farm

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Dance company gloATL and art rockers the Back Pockets will collaborate for the first time ever in a performance at the Goat Farm this Saturday, December 17. That's just one element of a full evening which is titled, appropriately enough, “everything.”

The event, which is a fund-raiser for gloATL, will also feature performances by violinist Helen Kim of Sonic Generator and DJ Vicki Powell. Goodson Yard, the warehouse on the Goat Farm which serves as gloATL's home, will be “re-Imagined as an Electric Cathedral,” according to the event description, with lots of food and drink on hand including cider, wine, and something called Glühwein. (We've never had it, but it's a German mulled wine that sounds pretty tasty. The image for the event is an Esther Shimazu statue (above) of a woman who looks as though she's been enjoying some Glühwein).

Every ticket purchased for “everything” goes towards gloATL's first ever annual campaign and is being matched by a $50,000 matching grant from Possible Futures Foundation. Tickets are $25 ($12.50 students with ID/$15 working artists) and are available at Ticket Alternative. A $5 refund is offered off the ticket price to those who bring canned goods to donate to the Food Bank. The event takes place this Saturday, December 17, at the Goat Farm, 1200 Foster St., Atlanta, from 7 to 11 pm.

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