On Thursday evening at the Prytania Theatre, musician Glen David Andrews will host a free screening of the “Red Bull Street Kings” documentary about the 2010 competition between The Stooges, The Free Agents, To Be Continued and Soul Rebels brass bands.
See the news release below for details:
Glen David Andrews to Host Viewing of 2010 Brass Band Competition Film, “Red Bull Street Kings”
WHO: Glen David Andrews will host a documentary screening of the “Red Bull Street Kings” 2010 film followed by a Q&A session with members from the 2010 Red Bull Street Kings winning band, The Stooges.
WHAT: Red Bull Street Kings returns to New Orleans this October to find the city’s best brass bands and crown a new street king. It all goes down during the biggest brass band blowout of the year for round two under the Claiborne Bridge on Oct. 26, 1 p.m. – 4 p.m. Red Bull Street Kings last crowned a street king in 2010; now the search is on again.
In 2010, more than 5,000 spectators came out to watch The Free Agents, The Stooges, To Be Continued and Soul Rebels brass bands battle it out under the bridge. Red Bull Street Kings crowned The Stooges brass band kings and sent them to the Red Bull Studios Los Angeles where they spent three days recording with Mannie Fresh.
WHEN: October 3rd, 2013
Doors at 7:30 pm
WHERE: Prytania Theater
5339 Prytania Street
New Orleans, LA 70118
COST: FREE TO VIEW – Seats are limited
Please click here to RSVP: http://win.gs/rbskdoc
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