Posted in dance | hiphop | music | tour dates on August 25, 2011

Just Blaze

Fool's Gold Day Off is returning to the City Winery Backyard on September 5 (aka Labor Day) with Juicy J, Danny Brown, AraabMUZIK, Just Blaze, Brothers Macklovitch (A-Trak & Dave1), Cubic Zirconia, and more. The all ages event runs from 2-8 PM and admission is free.

Juicy J aka 1/2 of Three 6 Mafia also has other dates coming up, all of which are listed below.

As previously mentioned, AraabMUZIK also tours with and opens for SBTRKT at Bowery Ballroom (10/31). SBTRKT's show the next night (11/1) at MHOW in Brooklyn didn't have an opener, but now it does and it's Cubic Zirconia. Tickets for both of those shows are still on sale.

Danny Brown tours with Das Racist in September.

A show flier and a video from last year's Day Off and stuff, below...

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Cubic Zirconia- Josephine Official VIdeo

Fool's Gold Day Off 2010

Fool's Gold Day Off from Mr Goldbar on Vimeo.

Day Off

Monday, September 5th

FOOL'S GOLD DAY OFF

Juicy J
Danny Brown
Just Blaze
Brothers Macklovitch (A-Trak & Dave1)
Araabmuzik
Cubic Zirconia
Party Supplies
Nick Catchdubs
+ Special Guests

City Winery Backyard
155 Varick St
(Entrance on Spring btwn Hudson & Varick)
2-8pm / All ages
Free!

Get there early, attendance is based on capacity.

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Three 6 Mafia -- 2011 Tour Dates
Thursday August 25th,Steger IL @Another Hole in the Wall
Friday August 26th, Montreal Canada: @Telus Theater
Saturday August 27th Charleston SC:
Saturday September 3rd Richmond,VA (Juicy J only):
Monday, September 5th, New York, NY (JUicy J only) @ Fool's Gold Day Off
Saturday September 8th Las Vegas,NV (DJ Paul only): @ Deja Vu
Friday September 30th,Las Vegas NV @ Palms Hotel Pool for Ditch Fridays
Friday October 14th,Murfreesboro,TN @ Gilligan's
Saturday October 15th, Houston,TX: @Stereo Live

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Comments (8)

Fools Gold: Are you a dance label or a hip-hop label? I understand that A-Trak has put out the very enjoyable Dirty South Dance mixes that literally blend the two. You can put out records from both genres, but trying to mix the two together in a live environment just spells disaster.

Posted by Anonymous | August 25, 2011 12:24 PM

^Not really, these are pretty similar types of music on a technical level. In my view, hardline genre distinctions are a plague on music that only benefits those who need to segment off demographics for marketing purposes for consumerism's sake. I know that consumers feed into it but it's always a bummer when they damn near demand it. Guess divide and conquer it is.

Posted by Anonymous | August 25, 2011 12:28 PM

I agree 12:28, and I enjoy listening to both, but you have to admit that in a live setting, hip-hop and dance music are very different in terms of the crowd and energy.

Posted by Anonymous | August 25, 2011 12:53 PM

"trying to mix the two together in a live environment just spells disaster."

last year they had the Suzan open up for Chromeo. wasn't exactly a disaster.

Posted by Anonymous | August 25, 2011 12:55 PM

JUICY FUCKING J
WE TRIPPY MANE

Posted by Anonymous | August 25, 2011 1:16 PM

i think he means more the crowd you will get. they seem to angle their events towards the hipper crowd, but with some of these artists DJing you might get quite the shady crowd in there as well. buyer beware.

Posted by Anonymous | August 25, 2011 3:36 PM

Haha. Gangbangers up in the City Winery yo!

Posted by Anonymous | August 25, 2011 6:50 PM

If anybody cares, as of 5pm they were not letting anybody but artists in that Fool's Gold party. It was way past capacity.

Posted by Anonymous | September 5, 2011 6:12 PM

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