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Yo La Tengo

NEW DEPARTURE LOCATION - EAST 23RD AND FDR DRIVE

Yo La Tengo

Aboard the Liberty Belle - FROM SKYPORT MARINA AT EAST 23RD STREET AND FDR DRIVE

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Delicious Eats by Sancho's Cantina!

Thursday, June 28, 2018

Rocks Off Concert Cruise Aboard The Liberty Belle - Departing from East 23rd Street & FDR Drive

Boards: 7:00pm / Departs: 8:00pm
E. 23rd St. & FDR Dr. Maps & Directions

Advance: $49.99 / Day of Show: $55

This event is 21+

Tickets

Yo La Tengo
YO LA TENGO ANNOUNCES NEW ALBUM THERE’S A RIOT GOING ON FIRST PROPER FULL-LENGTH SINCE 2013 OUT MARCH 16 ON MATADOR RECORDS FOUR NEW SONGS OUT NOW – “YOU ARE HERE,” “SHADES OF BLUE,” “SHE MAY, SHE MIGHT,” AND “OUT OF THE POOL” Yo La Tengo’s new album There’s a Riot Going On will be released on March 16th on Matador Records and can be pre-ordered HERE. This is a warm, ambitious record, a striking self-produced creation from one of the most celebrated and adventurous bands in rock history, whose dynamic range touches on pure noise and serene beauty and everything in between. To showcase the full depth of this fearless fifteen-track album, Yo La Tengo have released four new songs today (“You Are Here,” “Shades of Blue,” “She May, She Might,” and “Out of the Pool”), which can be heard HERE. “Following their sold-out eight night run of Hanukkah shows in NYC this past December, Yo La Tengo commence their world tour on March 28th in Minneapolis, hitting major Midwest, East Coast, and West Coast markets. ### There’s a riot going on. You don’t need me, or Yo La Tengo, to tell you that. These are dark times, in our heads as much as in the streets. It’s easy to lose contact with the ground, flying through endless banks of storm clouds day after day. Confusion and anxiety intrude into daily life and cause you to lose your compass. There are times that call for anthems, something to lift you out of your slump and put fire in your feet. And then there are times when what is indicated is a balm, a sound that will wrap around you and work out the knots in your neck. While there’s a riot going on, Yo La Tengo will remind you what it’s like to dream. The sound burbles and washes and flows and billows. If records were dedicated to the cardinal elements, this one would be water. There are shimmery hazes, spectral rumbles, a flash of backward masking, ghostly flamingos calling “shoo-bop shoo-bop.” You are there. And even if your mind is not unclouded–shaken, misdirected, out of words and out of time–you can still float, ride the waves of an ocean deeper than your worries, above the sound and above the Sound. For Yo La Tengo this is a slow-motion action painting, and Georgia Hubley, Ira Kaplan and James McNew did it all themselves, in their rehearsal studio, with no outside engineer (John McEntire later did the mix). They did not rehearse or jam together beforehand; they turned on the recorder and let things coalesce. Songs came together over long stretches, sometimes as much as a year going by between parts. You’d never guess this, since the layers are finessed with such a liquid brush. You’d imagine most of the songs had sprung forth whole, since they will enter your head that way. Within two listens you will be powerless to resist the magnetic draw of “Shades of Blue,” will involuntarily hear “She May, She Might” on your internal jukebox first thing in the morning and “Let’s Do It Wrong” late at night. While there’s a riot going on you will feel capable of bobbing through like a cork. In 1971, when the nation appeared to be on the brink of violently coming apart, Sly and the Family Stone released There’s a Riot Goin’ On, an album of dark, brooding energy. Now, under similar circumstances, Yo La Tengo have issued a record with the same name but with a different force, an album that proposes an alternative to anger and despair. Their first proper full-length since 2013’s Fade, There’s a Riot Going On is an expression of freedom and sanity and emotional expansion, a declaration of common humanity as liberating as it is soft-spoken. -Luc Sante, December 2017
Aboard the Liberty Belle - FROM SKYPORT MARINA AT EAST 23RD STREET AND FDR DRIVE
Aboard the Liberty Belle - FROM SKYPORT MARINA AT EAST 23RD STREET AND FDR DRIVE
This cruise is aboard THE LIBERTY BELLE and will depart from KYPORT MARINA AT EAST 23RD STREET AND FDR DRIVE. We will be boarding and departing at the times listed on your ticket and are not able to allow refunds if you miss the boat. So don't be late - it sure ain't pretty to be standin on the dock, watching the party sailing away! There are cash bars on board so make sure to swing by the ATM on your way to the boat. There will be food available for purchase. All cruises are 3 hours unless otherwise noted. If you have any questions about the show or your purchase, please contact Sancho Dominguez at sancho@rocksoff.com or check out our FAQ page on www.rocksoff.com Please note that all shows are 21 and over and ID will be required upon boarding the boat *RAIN OR SHINE!*
Delicious Eats by Sancho's Cantina!
Delicious Eats by Sancho's Cantina!
We have delicious food available for purchase on all our boats! Menu items vary slightly but typically include empanadas, chicken, rice, salad, pasta, and the like! Cash only, so come hungry and with your pockets stuffed!