Saturday, February 6, 2016

Black Landlord BBQ

The 2nd Annual Black Landlord BBQ that was postponed last weekend due to scary thunderstorms is back on for this Sunday at the Ukie Club, at 847 N. Franklin (between 7th and 8th, below Poplar). The music kicks off at noon, with Max Stoyanoff-Williams' superb soul-funk-hip-hop revue Black Landlord headlining, and an undercard that provides a high quality and convenient all-in-one-place tour of the scene, with Slo Mo, BC Camplight, Ben Dickey and Drew Mills of Blood Feathers, Gildon Works, DJ Tim Motzer and more.

Black Landlord BBQ

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The 2nd Annual Black Landlord BBQ that was postponed last weekend due to scary thunderstorms is back on for this Sunday at the Ukie Club,  at 847 N. Franklin (between 7th and 8th, below Poplar). The music kicks off at noon, with Max Stoyanoff-Williams' superb soul-funk-hip-hop revue Black Landlord headlining, and an undercard that provides a high quality and convenient all-in-one-place tour of the scene, with Slo Mo, BC Camplight, Ben Dickey and Drew Mills of Blood Feathers, Gildon Works, DJ Tim Motzer and more.

It's $25, but get this: Along with the music, it's an all you can eat (and drink) deal with food and beverage provided by the likes of Bar Ferdinand, El Camino Real, Philadelphia Brewing Co., and Monk's Cafe. Plus, for further spectator activities, you've got your Black Landlord v. Philly Roller Girls Volleyball Challenge. If I wasn't planning on being stuck in a traffic jam on I-95 on Sunday afternoon, I'd definitely be there. Part of the proceeds go to the Salvation Army Foster Care program. More info here. Below, Black Landlord's "My Moms, My Pops, and the Cheesesteak."

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