10pm – 2am
Free entry with MET ticket ; $5 without Met ticket
8pm – midnight
LIFECYCLE is a landmark event featuring performances by Aime, Max Swan, and Eric Boss. New Music, New formats, New energy and growth in the cycle of a life in music and art.
To listen to the most recent release by Aime and Eric Boss, “Flowers Started Dying Yesterday” is available HERE!
To listen to the most recent release by Max Swan, stream “The Fisherman” HERE!
Tickets will be available both at-the-door and online.
10pm – 2am
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LEFT RITE presents:
Dieselboy – Heart of Darkness
21+ Event | All Sales Final
Respect your fellow patrons, the venue, staff and artists.
Bass reinforcement by LEFT RITE
One of the world’s most influential ambassadors of drum and bass, Dieselboy is America’s most iconic underground bass music curator and pioneer.
At a time when headline “DJs” shamelessly play pre-programmed – even pre-recorded – sets and the masses mindlessly embrace the charade, Dieselboy – The Destroyer – stands out as a rare virtuoso of the art and craft of live DJing. His complex, high voltage, take-no-prisoners sets have created legions of loyal die-hard fans around the world. Arguably no other DJ mixes live – on four decks – with more precision, imagination, intensity, energy and finesse.
Says The Destroyer: “I don’t fuck around.”
Dieselboy’s legacy is one of non-stop trailblazing dancefloor destruction on the international club circuit as well as at major global music festivals including Bassrush, Bonnaroo, Coachella, Detroit Electronic Music Festival, Electric Daisy Carnival (Las Vegas, Mexico, New York, Puerto Rico), SXSW, Summerfest, Ultra Music Festival, US Virgin Mobile FreeFest, Weird Bass Music Festival, Motion Notion (Canada), Shambhala (Canada), Borsodi Hegyalja Fesztival (Hungary), World Bass Summit (Japan), Jisan Valley Rock Festival (Korea), PRSPCT XL (Netherlands), Creamfields (Poland), Pirate Station (Russia), Global Gathering (UK), and PHAT 09 (New Zealand). He also toured with Moby’s Area2 and played heavy metal concerts with Orgy and Disturbed.
Camp Phuckit is back at it again as we bring you our 2nd annual Prom Night event!!
On Saturday June 1st, we are rolling out the glitter carpet once again as we take you deep under the sea to the wildest prom night in Philly.
We will be transforming Warehouse on Watts nto an underwater playground for the imagination as well as an Island paradise, with a little help from some of our pirate friends. Don’t forget your mermaid fins and tiny trunks.
This year we have some very special musical entertainment this year including Johnny Showcase and our island headliner KRICKED.
Johnny Showcase is an electrifying experience. A 10-piece absurdist soul outfit based in Philadelphia, it is an innovative, joyful tour-de-force that blissfully toes the line between performance art and a psychedelic soul revival. Carrying the torch of our funk-rock pioneers, they have gained a massive following and propelled Johnny to something that of a funky Philly folk hero legend.
KRICKED is Known for his flexible groovy techno and house DJ sets played throughout Southern California at music festivals, major clubs and warehouse parties. For the past 8 years, Kricked has been fine-tuning his craft behind the decks as well as inside the studio, where he meticulously carves out personally meaningful tracks, each set in its own range of mood and energy within the scope of house and techno. House and Techno have always been the center of his musical passion, but Kricked was never afraid to venture out beyond that BPM range. Liquid DnB, Ambient Dubstep, Glitch Electro, Trance and Glitch hop have all had an impact on his DJ style and his “different sound” approach to production. It’s not uncommon to catch heavy basslines, trippy acid synthesizers, psychedelic interruptions and a deep connection during one of Kricked’s productions/sets.
7pm – 10pm
21+ to enter
Have you bought a beer just because the label caught your eye?
Explore with us on Tuesday, June 4 at 7PM at Warehouse on Watts (923 N Watts St, Philadelphia) as we dive into why the artists and the breweries make the decisions they do. From an entire redesign to an addition of a new flavor series or one-off, the third installment of the Art on Beer panel discussion will be moderated by JP Flexner, most notably known for his design work for Neshaminy Creek Brewing Company of Croydon, PA. This year’s installment features: the illustrations of Brewery ARS of South Philadelphia; the combined styles of free hand and graphic design from Free Will Brewing of Perkasie, PA; our Canadian friends, Collective Arts Brewing, who fuse the craft of brewing with the inspired talents of emerging artists and musicians; and Stillwater Artisanal from Baltimore, MD whose goal is synthesizing art and beer.
* We will have some seating both tables and at the bar, as well as high tops. Food & beverages will be available for purchase during the event