Brooklyn's Il Abanico will perform at Skyline, a benefit party for FABnyc at The Standard, East Village, Penthouse (25 Cooper Square, NYC) with DJ Alfonso Roulé tonight, June 19, 2012 from 7 to 10 p.m.
This year's FABnyc Benefit will feature a performance by Brooklyn's Il Abanico who's video for "Keep Calling" was recently featured on MTV Iggy. In addition, Alfonso Roule will DJ a disco inspired set creating a dreamlike atmosphere. These sights and sounds should satisfy your audio and visual senses, while twelve interactive adventures await at the silent auction.
Choose from three ticket options:
The Sky's The Limit
This VIP ticket gets you everything: a pre-party VIP tasting event, entry to the event, open bar, two entries in our special raffle event, and a newly designed FAB Tote — $150.00
Entry to the party with live music, DJ and an amazing view, four drink tickets, one raffle entry, and a newly designed FAB Tote — $85.00
In the Clouds
Entry to the party with live music, DJ and an amazing view, and your first two drinks — $45.00
Il Abanico is an Indie/Experimental band created in 2010 by Nicolás Losada (guitar) and Juliana Ronderos (Voice). They expose their personalities with innovative melodies, an upbeat rhythm section and unorthodox guitars. Originally from Bogotá, Colombia, this duo recorded and self-released their first work "Crossing Colors" (February 2011), A 5 songs EP, recorded in well renowned Studio G in Brooklyn, NY.
Fourth Arts Block (FABnyc) was founded in 2001 as the nonprofit leadership organization for the East 4th Street Cultural District, a historic and vibrant arts corridor in Manhattan between Second Avenue and Bowery. Now a neighborhood-wide coalition of 26 arts and community groups, FABnyc works to put culture at the center of community development, while preserving the Lower East Side's rich heritage and creative energy. FABnyc unifies and engages the community's diverse stakeholders through a range of programs, including façade and streetscape improvements, arts festivals, audience development, sustainability and resource sharing models, a public art program, centralized website, and the East Village Visitors Center & Café.