AW YEAH! And it launches! I helped out with this a tiny bit.
photo: The Disco Biscuits
The Disco Biscuits have teamed up with HeadCount for Bisco Power Mission to help outfit a school from the band's hometown of Philadelphia with solar power.
Check out this Bisco Power Mission (BPM) promo video featuring Marc and Jon from The Disco Biscuits, and Andy from HeadCount -
The Disco Biscuits will be at the Brooklyn Bowl on March 21, 2010 for a special benefit concert to raise funds for Bisco Power Mission. Brooklyn Bowl is the only bowling alley or large music club in America to have “LEED Certification” recognizing its sustainable and environmentally friendly practices.
Half the proceeds from Bisco Power Mission will go directly toward the purchase of a solar installation for a Philadelphia school. The other half will help fund HeadCount’s ongoing nonprofit civic engagement activity, including voter registration, issue education and organizing community-oriented projects like Bisco Power Mission.
Sunday, March 21
Brooklyn Bowl - Williamsburg, Brooklyn
Doors 7 PM | Show 9 PM
* General Event Tickets - $40 General Admission. $75 VIP/Bowling Tickets.
* Adopt-a-Watt Tickets -(Includes limited print - see below - by Ian Millard) - $75 General Admission. $110 VIP/Bowling Tickets.
Note: "VIP/Bowling Tickets" grant access to the elevated VIP viewing/bowling platform. Free bowling all night. Lanes are assigned on a first come, first serve basis. Minimum 6 people per lane.
BiscoTix on sale today - Thurs, February 25 at 12 PM EST.
Ticketfly on sale Fri, February 26 at 12 PM EST.
Bowl the high score of the night and win two free VIP tickets to Camp Bisco, courtesy of CID Entertainment and MCP Presents. VIP/Bowling ticket holders also get to enjoy the show from the elevated bowling and viewing area, with comfy couches and waitress service.
For additional info info go here.
Informally RSVP for the Berkeley Bowl benefit show on Facebook, and help promote the event and the cause!
photo: Support Bisco Power Mission (BPM) by purchasing this poster by Ian Millard for $35 here. T-shirts available, too.