$10 – $100

If I Can’t Sing, It’s Not My Karaoke Revolution

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Starr Bar

214 Starr Street

Brooklyn, NY 11237

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Based on the wild success of last year’s karaoke party, join us for an evening of protest song karaoke in support of Interference Archive.

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All proceeds will help us pay the rent and continue caring for our people-powered social movement archive!

Based on the wild success of last year’s karaoke party at our annual fundraiser, this year it’s all karaoke all the time. Angel Nevarez & Valerie Tevere will host protest karaoke with their project Another Protest Song: Karaoke with a Message, and we’re bringing back our amazing karaoke dunk tank — name your song and the amount you’ll donate, and see who’s willing to sing your pick!

Our ticket options have some radical history to go with them. Choose from the admission price you'd like, to also get a screenprinted Interference Archive tote, our new Building for Us exhibition catalog and poster, or the whole 2019 Interference Archive poster and publication bundle -- which includes the risographed catalog from Hi Vis: Australian Political Posters 1979–2019; the screenprinted poster from Everybody’s Got A Right To Live: The Poor People’s Campaign 1968 & Now; the risographed poster and zine from Resistance Radio: The People’s Airwaves; and the catalog and poster from Building for Us.

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