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Rock at the Beach Tribute to the Ramones

Rock at the Beach Tribute to the Ramones

1214 Surf Ave.


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Sunday, September 04, 2016

Brought to you by Coney Island U.S.A.

Adam RealMan and Coney Island USA Present:
A Rock at the Beach Tribute to the Ramones

Rockaway Bitch
Hurtin' Units
And special guest: Pink Velvet

Sponsored by Coney Island Brewing Co.

Sunday, September 4. Doors at 2:00. Show at 3:00

Shooting Gallery/Arts Annex 1214 Surf Ave.

Tickets are $15 in advance or at the door and include FREE BEER for the entire event!

Advance tickets available at:

Rockaway Bitch
Rockaway Bitch is a New York based all female tribute to punk icons the Ramones. The band is comprised of four badass bitches, who embody all of the punk scene attitude necessary to do the Ramones justice. They are of the opinion that you do it right or you don't do it at all. Their goal is not to "cover" the music of the Ramones, but to pay "tribute" to the music and the band. Since 2014 they have played for audiences full of Ramones diehards, many of which have shared stories of attending numerous Ramones shows and personal accounts of meeting the members. Time and time again they are commended for the excellence they put forth as well as for keeping the music alive.

Hurtin' Units - Mostly Pop - Hardly Punk Formed in the fall of 1999, Hurtin' Units, have always been known for the high energy of their live show and the broad demographic they reach through big guitars, pounding tempos, giant hooks, unforgettable harmonies & melodies.When you hear a Hurtin' Units song you know its the Hurtin' Units. Their sound is distinct and original. There's an occasional reference of their Punk Rock influences (Ramones, Bouncing Souls, Descendents, N.Y. Dolls)

PINK VELVET are a multi instrumentalist, composer, performer, world traveler and touring artist currently based in Coney Island, Brooklyn. They embody both masculine and feminine spirits. They were last seen in New York this May in Coney Island USA's production of "Killing Republicans: A Rock Opera" and were also featured in "Outcast Women" as part of C.I.U.S.A's ROCK The Beach series this August. In Chicago they were currently seen at The Steppenwolf Garage (Chicago) in Red Tape Theatre's production of Taylor Mac's "Walk Across America for Mother Earth" and are currently composing songs for Trap Door Theatre's current October production. Last year they toured U.S and Eastern Europe with "Previously Blue" which was an international collaboration between Dah Teatar (Serbia) and Seven Stages (Atlanta) they provided a live cinematic score with abstract textures and played the stage role of "Nature".


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