NYC: Pandamonium

Pandamonium is a costumed, roving, street party, apocalyptic, dance, rock, battle. Saturday August 16th, Meetup 8:30 pm Union Square NYC!

This comes from several trusted sources. Everything else about it is secret. Have some fun on Saturday before summer ends and it’s too cold to roam around the city dancing in a panda constume with your boombox tuned to pirate radio. More info.

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  2. Malice says:

    you fucking need this!

  3. Alphonse Credenza says:

    I don’t see how you can advocate the removal of visual noise and not advocate shutting up rock, hip/hop, grunge, etc., all of which pollutes the audio frequencies we live in.

  4. @Alphonse – our position is more nuanced than that. But it’s great that they have internet in retirement homes now, don’t you think?

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  6. Emily Gallagher says:

    perhaps the funniest/most tragic part about pandamonium this weekend was that many people believed it was a marketing prank for Kung Fu Panda’s dvd release or for a new chinese restaurant in Williamsburg. Apparently the only social uses for the street in new york city is A. Terrorism or B. Marketing campaigns.

  7. LocalResident says:

    The funniest part of the event was when I asked participants what the purpose of the event was. Of the 20 or so I asked, not one could articulate the purpose. Most just said, “It’s a party.” That’s fine, but if there was a purpose for the event, the point was not made.

    As it stands, the leaflet explaining the event makes no sense. All it basically says is, “There are stores and cops in a neighborhood. We don’t like it!”

    Oh the horror!

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