Monday, March 24, 2014

Spencer Allan Patrick Returns for 3rd Annual KeroWACKED Fest April 20th


Spencer Allan Patrick
perfroming at
3rd Annual KeroWACKED Fest

Sunday, April 20, 2014 


About Spencer:

Originally from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Spencer moved to Florida shortly after completing his collegiate career. His music is an attempt to bring texture and insight to the world in which he grew up and the one in which he currently finds himself residing. "Life is full of such simplistic metaphors that can become complex ideas. Putting those ideas into my songs helps me understand my environment and become that much more in love with the wind and the dust."


Sunday, April 20th, 2014 | 2-11 PM



3rd Annual KeroWACKED Multimedia Fest 
Live Bands! Food! Vendors! 
Intersted in being a part of the this amazing love fest!?
Contact: ActivistArtistA@gmail.com
We are looking for Artists, Food Vendors, Arts and Crafts Vendors Etc....

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2 STAGES and 3 PERFOMANCE AREAS
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Performance Area 1 (Times TBA)
featuring...

Vanya E'dan Dance Company
The PhilosoFires
FlowSource
and others....

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STAGE 1 

2-3 PM Mylo Ranger
4-5 PM She's Neurotic 
5-6 PM JC Dweyer of The Mobile Homies with Craig Mcinnis of Speaking Volumes 
6-7 PM Sunny Devilles 
7-8 PM Swampgrass Kin

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Stage 2 (Times TBA)

Spencer Allan Patrick
Dan York
Rod Dusinberre
Flint Blade
And the list will continue to grow!

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DRUM CIRCLE 8 PM to 11 PM

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Inconjuction with this event the
ActivistArtistA Gallery/Studio
presents.. 
The Beat Generation Exhibition!
ActivistArtistA Gallery
422 West Industrial Ave.
Boynton Beach, Florida 33426
786-521-1199
April 20, 2014 to May 10, 2014
Reception: Sunday, April 20, 2014 | 2-8 PM

in conjuction with the 3rd Annual KeroWACKED Art, Music, and Dance Fest.

See more about KeroWACKED 2014 here:


Group Exhibition inspired by the post-World War II writers who came to prominence in the 1950s, as well as the cultural phenomena that they both documented and inspired. Central elements of "Beat" culture included rejection of received standards, innovations in style, experimentation with drugs, alternative sexualities, an interest in Eastern religion, a rejection of materialism, and explicit portrayals of the human condition.