A huge thank you to all that made the Raise the Roof Concert a huge success! Over $10,000 was raised and we couldn't have done it with out the tremendous energy and support of the organizers, musicians, volunteers, and all that came out to show their love for the Northside Town Hall!!

Charles Bissell of the Wrens
They Might Be Giants
Nada Surf



Join us for the Raise the Roof Benefit Concert to help build the Northside Town Hall Community and Cultural Center. We need to raise almost $2 million to turn the former Engine 212 into a building that will be a new civic engine for the neighborhood by housing a variety of important community services and offer a new community performance venue/meeting space. Help us make the dream a reality and join us...

Wednesday October 28th at the Music Hall of Williamsburg
66 North 6th St, btween Wythe and Kent
Doors at 8p, show at 9p
They Might Be Giants
Charles Bissell of the Wrens
Nada Surf (acoustic)

These are local bands that rarely play in the neighborhood, so this is your chance to see them, while helping us kick off our fundraising campaign for the Town Hall.

Tickets are $25 general admission, and there are a limited number of $75 VIP tickets. The VIP tickets allow access to a special seating area and free wine and food from Red Tail Ridge Winery and The Garden.

More information about the show is on the Music Hall of Williamsburg's site.

You can buy tickets:
-Online via Ticketmaster
-At the Music Hall of Williamsburg (Sat 11a-6p) or Mercury Lounge (Mon-Sat 12-7p)
-At Teddy's (96 Berry Street @ North 8th Street)

The show will have special guests, games of skill, art happenings, and other exciting things--get your tickets now!

This Friday @ Engine 212: An Evening of Art, History, and Dance

A diverse mix of long-time and new Williamsburg activists and residents will join together at the Engine Company 212 building—the site of the future Northside Town Hall Community & Cultural Center— for a public event that celebrates the remarkable history of the former “People’s Firehouse.” The event will highlight the building’s local architecture and history using a series of short multimedia presentations and public art performances, including film footage by local documentary maker Agnes Markeviciute interviewing past and current community activists and a unique, site-specific dance piece choreographed by Jackie Moynahan and accompanied by violist Stephanie Griffin.

October 9th, 6-9pm @ Engine 212 Building, 134 Wythe Ave between North 8th & 9th Streets