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Type: Event (posted by lushone)
Date: 03-17-2018
Region: NY
Subject: Stacy Pullen + Doc Martin @ Highline Ballroom
Event Information:

Saturday March 17th, make your way down to the heart of Manhattan’s Meatpacking District and step into the Highline Ballroom because we have something special lined up. Two veterans in the game who need no introduction, and one hometown favorite. Together, this triad of music makers unite to bring a special evening of rousing rhythms. Three DJ's, one reason: MUSIC.

Don’t miss this event; early tickets available for a limited time only.

MUNITE + RTCLIVE Present:

Saturday, March 17

Stacey Pullen (Detroit/Blackflag Recordings)
Doc Martin (Los Angeles/Sublevel)
Less Carbonell (NYC/Respect The Circle)


TICKETS:https://www.residentadvisor.net/events/1063487

Doors Open 10:00pm

Highline Ballroom
431 W 16th Street
New York, NY
For More Info:
908.456.9351 or 516.317.7616
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