Visual Artists Interpret Explosions in the Sky's New Release; Free Viewing at Hollywood Forever Cemetary
If you couldn't get a ticket to Explosions In The Sky's April 30 date at Los Angeles' Hollywood Forever Cemetery, (it sold out within 72 hours) you can still be part of an outdoor art and listening event taking place exactly one week earlier at the same site.
Taking Care 6: Visual Interpretations, will be held at Hollywood Forever Cemetery on April 23. Six different visual artists will present installations created in response to one of the six songs on Explosions In The Sky's forthcoming Take Care, Take Care, Take Care, out April 26.
Best of all? Tickets are free! Find out how to get them after the jump.
RSVP for the event at www.ticketweb.com/hollywoodforever while they're available. Doors open at 8 p.m. and the cemetery closes at 11 p.m.
The tracks from Take Care, Take Care, Take Care and the artist interpreting each are as follows:
"Last Known Surroundings" Matthew Lessner
"Human Qualities" James Fields
"Trembling Hands" Matt Amato
"Be Comfortable, Creature" Jesse Fleming
"Postcard from 1952" Chris Lipomi
"Let Me Back In" Alexis Disselkoen
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