Monstro performing at Blast! [8] at the home of Cecilia Dan

Sunday, May 19, 4-8pm
At the home and garden of the Hillenburg family in San Marino

With music from Lou Barlow, dos, Dani Tull, Killsonic, and dublab DJ's.

Also a silent auction with artworks, services, and one-of-a-kind Exquisite Corpse drawings by Chris Kallmyer, Scott Benzel, Andrea Bowers, Rodney McMillian, Cindy Bernard Krystal Krunch, Martin Kersels, Michael Smith, Simone Forti, Louise Lawler, Kori Newkirk, Julian Hoeber, Heather Rasmussen, Renée Petropoulos, Roy Dowell, Lari Pittman, Stephanie Taylor, Taft Green, Alice Konitz, and James Welling!

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Blast! [10]

with music from:


Lou Barlow

dos (Kira and Mike Watt)

Dani Tull

Killsonic

dublab DJ's

AND the Blast![10] Silent Auction with artworks, services, and one-of-a-kind Exquisite Corpse drawings by

Chris Kallmyer, Scott Benzel, Andrea Bowers, Rodney McMillian, Cindy Bernard Krystal Krunch, Martin Kersels, Michael Smith, Simone Forti, Louise Lawler, Kori Newkirk, Julian Hoeber, Heather Rasmussen, Renée Petropoulos, Roy Dowell, Lari Pittman, Stephanie Taylor, Taft Green, Alice Konitz, and James Welling.






Advance tickets:
$50 minimum donation
$40 SASSAS members
$30 students with I.D. (student tickets are limited)
Advance ticket sales end at 12pm on Sunday, May 19

Door tickets:
$70 minimum donation at the door

Complimentary food and drink included in all ticket purchases

New members:
Join at the $50 membership level and get $10 off 1 ticket
Join at the $75 membership level and get $20 off of 2 tickets
Join at the $100 membership level and get $20 off 2 tickets plus a Welcome Inn Time Machine t-shirt


Prefer to mail us a check? Send it to:
SASSAS
P.O. Box 411453
Los Angeles, CA 90041
Checks for admission to Blast! must be received by May 13.

Want to give more? Check out our contributions page!

Questions? Contact us via email or phone at 323.960.5723

The Society for the Activation of Social Space through Art and Sound (SASSAS) is supported in part through grants from the City of Los Angeles Cultural Affairs Department, the Los Angeles County Arts Commission, the City of West Hollywood Arts and Cultural Affairs Commission and the Foundation for Contemporary Arts.