with a Q+A with Cochise of the Warriors & Apache Ramos of the Orphans & DJ $mall Change
Sat February 8th, 2014
Minimum Age: 18+
Doors Open: 6:00PM
Show Time: 7:00PM
Event Ticket: $8
Day of Show: $10
In February 1979, Manhattan was a different place. Don’t even get us started on Brooklyn. New York City was cold, and it was dangerous. It was a time of colorful gangs, graffiti covered trains, and broken truces. It was a time, of… The Warriors.
New York City has cleaned up a lot since then, but to be honest, we kind of miss the sense of style and danger exemplified by Turnbull AC’s, The Orphans, The Warriors, The Lizzies, The Punks, and The Gramercy Riffs.
35 years after it’s debut screening, Celebrate the 35th Anniversary of the groundbreaking film that has captivated multiple generations with it’s street smart characters, and violent action, in the city where it was all created! Eat, Drink, and get rowdy at (Le) Poisson Rouge – a multi-media art cabaret that offers impeccable acoustics, so those bottles clanking are guaranteed to give you chills!
DJ Small Change will be spinning the tunes from the epic film soundtrack before and after the movie and giving away Warriors Movie Soundtracks courtesy of LaLa Land records.
Prizes and random free drinks will be given to those who represent the best dressed members of the gangs from the film!
Plus: Q+A with Apache Ramos from The Orphans and other stars of the film!
Hosted by NYC Punk Rock Icon John Joseph!
New York City- Come Out To Play-Yay!!!!!
This is a general admission, standing event. Happy hour from 6pm-7pm including $3 beer and $5 well drinks.
Warriorfest – A 35th Anniversary Celebration of NYC’s Most Iconic Cult Film – The Warriors
a Q+A with Cochise of the Warriors & Apache Ramos of the Orphans
DJ $mall Change
$mall ¢hange (aka James Dier) will never stop. A musical addict, he’s been collecting and DJing for 20 years, has 10s of thousands of records, in every conceivable genre and time period. Seriously deep crates in funk, jazz, blues, soul, latin, reggae, dancehall, hip hop, house, breaks, jungle, booty bass, classics, rawk n’ roll, punk, vintage RnB, disco, downtempo, ambient, experimental, tropical bass…you get the picture. Some people say they’re eclectic–this homeslice lives it, with the skills to mix it all together.