Wednesday, July 1, 2009

Unique Way to Celebrate July 4th: Watching Films on a Rooftop

Sure, you could go up to a rooftop to see fireworks, but that's what everyone else will be doing and you're unique. You want to celebrate America with Rooftop Films:

Rooftop's annual celebration of the weird and wonderful country we live in. A sunset party with free drinks, a fantastic fireworks view, live music, and short film comedies, dramas and political documentaries.

Venue: On the roof of Chelsea Art Museum
Address: 556 West 22nd Street (Chelsea, Manhattan)
Directions: C, E, 1, 9, F, V, N, R, W to 23rd St.
Rain:Show will go on, rain or shine.
6:00PM: Doors open
6:30PM - 8:00PM: Open bar provided by Radeberger Pilsner and Carlo Rossi sangria
7:00PM - 9:00PM: Live music by Bachelorette and others presented by Sound Fix Records
9:00PM: Great view of the fireworks
9:30PM: Films
Tickets: $40 pre-sale online for a limited time only
Presented in partnership with: Cinereach, and New York magazine

Food, drinks, live music by Bachelorette and others, a fantastic fireworks view and explosive Americana films. A mix of the wacky and the weighty in contemporary America. Rooftop’s annual 4th of July show includes a party atmosphere peppered with some prepossessing films; serious calls for social justice tempered by some seriously funny films. More details about specific films soon. It will be a blast!

[image via Rooftop Films]

What movie do you think best celebrates America?

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