Sonic Youth add more ‘Daydream Nation’ screenings; Lee Ranaldo playing NYC
Sonic Youth are in the process of celebrating Daydream Nation‘s 30th anniversary with film events that include screenings of Lance Bangs‘ new Daydream Nation film and a Q&A with Lance and other guests (SY drummer Steve Shelley is appearing at most). Since we last spoke, more screenings were announced (Minneapolis and Atlanta), and they’ve got TBA screenings for December 8 and 9 too. Updated dates are listed below.
As mentioned, there are two sold-out Brooklyn screenings (4:30 PM and 9:30 PM at Alamo Drafthouse), and SY guitarist Lee Ranaldo is scheduled to take part in the Q&A at the latter. Lee also just announced a NYC show with his Electric Trim Trio taking place at Union Pool on December 21. Tickets go on sale Friday (11/16) at 10 AM. That’s shortly after his new Electric Trim Live at Rough Trade East comes out (12/14).
UPDATE: Lee also plays a solo (electric and acoustic) set at Joseph Arthur‘s annual New Year’s Day show at City Winery (tickets), and he also plays the “Love Speech” benefit at Murmrr Theatre on December 1.
Thurston Moore and Steve Shelley also have more “New Noise Guitar Explorations” shows with James Sedwards coming up, including Brooklyn’s Elsewhere on Thursday (11/15) (tickets); and Thurston has his residency at The Stone this December.
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Sonic Youth – Daydream Nation Film Events
Nov 13th, 2018 (Tue) Detroit, MI – MOCAD 8pm*
Nov 18th, 2018 (Sun) Philadelphia, PA – PhilaMoca 4:30pm*
Nov 18th, 2018 (Sun) Philadelphia, PA – PhilaMoca 7:30pm SOLD OUT*
Nov 19th, 2018 (Mon) Brooklyn, NY – Alamo Drafthouse- Brooklyn 4:30pm SOLD OUT*
Nov 19th, 2018 (Mon) Brooklyn, NY – Alamo Drafthouse- Brooklyn 9:30pm SOLD OUT^
Nov 20th, 2018 (Tue) Minneapolis, MN – First Avenue 6pm*
Nov 21st, 2018 (Wed) Atlanta, GA – Plaza Theatre*
* – with Lance Bangs and Steve Shelley in attendance and conversation
^ – with Lee Ranaldo, Steve Shelley, Lance Bangs and photographer Michael Lavine in attendance and conversation