TONIGHT: AMC2012 Music Showcase / Unofficial Annual AMC Soccer Game / Treehouse party

The AMC is ready to party! See below for set times for the AMC2012 Music Showcase, details on the Treehouse gathering, and unofficial annual AMC soccer.

AMC2012 Music Showcase

The Allied Media Conference returns to Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit (MOCAD) for another monster music showcase. This is always a huge party and hugely fun.

This year's crazy awesome line-up is truly an expression of the AMC's eclectic eccentricity: JD Samson & MEN (ex Le Tigre / electropop), Lauren Flax (house), The Black Opera (hip-hop), Waajeed (hip-hop), and Emily Wells (classical / electronics). Hosted by the phenomenal Miz Korona.

The AMC2012 Music showcase is Saturday, June 30, 2012, 8PM-2AM. All ages, wheelchair accessible, and free to registered AMC participants.

Set times:
8:00PM Adriel Fantastique!
9:00PM Emily Wells
1015PM The Black Opera
11PM Waajeed
12midnight: MEN
1AM: Lauren Flax

Read artist bios | AMPtalk event listing | Facebook event


Via @MartinMaciasJr: AMC participant-organized "#AMC2012 Unofficial Annual Soccer" game today, 6/30 (Saturday) - 6:30pm, - Park located at Warren and Trumbull - Spread the word!

Alternative Event: AMC Evening Treehouse

Feeling too tired from all the AMC goodness to attend the party events? Come to the Treehouse! This relaxed, kid-friendly, wheelchair-accessible, alcohol-free space will be open on a drop-in basis from 9pm until 2am. Activities may include arts & crafts, watching movies, geeking out on our laptops, or just sitting around talking. We especially welcome folks who are shy, traveling solo, or who physically/emotionally need a chill place to hang out!

The Treehouse is in the Memorial Hall (in the Cass Corridor Commons). Enter through the back of the building, which has a wheelchair ramp. Note: Food isn't provided, but you're welcome to bring your own. This is an alcohol-free event. Please come scent-free (no products like lotion or deodorant that contain "fragrance" or essential oils) to make this space more accessible to our fellow Treehouse dwellers!

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