Sunday, August 23, 2015

My Parents' Basement joins the Heroes Villains Art Extravaganza!


The Leak: MY PARENTS’ BASEMENT JOINS ALLWAYS OPEN’S HEROES AND VILLAINS ART EXHIBIT AT MONDAY NIGHT BREWING
Whaddup!!!

Since you are my people and follow my blog, you get special perks like this leak of the press release that goes out tomorrow. It only made sense that this comic book-themed beer bar and eatery would join my upcoming Heroes Villains art show at Monday Night Brewing on September 1st at 5:30. Look for an awesome piece I am crafting visually documenting this dope spot's birth from building to the finish on this blog later this week. Anyway, get your tickets here asap, treat a friend, dress up, get your sip on and PARTY on a TUESDAY. It's the ultimate DragonCon kickoff which happens two days later. 
See you there!!!

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COMIC BOOK-THEMED BEER BAR MY PARENTS’ BASEMENT JOINS ALLWAYS OPEN’S HEROES AND VILLAINS ART EXHIBIT AT MONDAY NIGHT BREWING
My Parents’ Basement will have a pop-up store in the upcoming superhero-themed art show at Midtown Atlanta’s Monday Night Brewing (670 Trabert Ave NW, Atlanta, GA 30318) on Tuesday, September 1, 2015; 5:30 p.m. until 9 p.m.!
ATLANTA (August 20, 2015) – Just when AllWays Open Creative’s Heroes Villains Art Show at Monday Night Brewing featuring renowned artists Eric Nine, Dubelyoo, and California-based comic illustrator Anthony Piper was more than enough to make September 1st incredible, the recently launched comic book-themed beer bar My Parents’ Basement has joined the caper. With this exhibit’s theme based on fantasy, it was a no-brainer for MPB to present a pop-up to give all attendees a customized sneak peek of what their venue located in the burgeoning beer hub of Avondale Estates (22 N Avondale Rd, Avondale Estates, Ga, 30002) has in store since its 2015 opening in mid-August.
Representing one third of the trio who founded MPB—Dave DeFeo, Tim Ensor and Lawson Wright—along with Chef Tim Hastings, Ensor says about joining Heroes Villains, “We are so honored to be a part of this. There is no way we could not be involved with something that fits so well with what we are doing and the community we are trying to create.  Let the beer and comic nerds unite!”
And besides striking art, installations, and My Parents’ Basement pop-up, MF Doom’s DJ Morgan Garcia and DJ Rasta Root (DJ of Phife Dawg, Dwele, and manager of Tribe Called Quest) will be moving the crowd; beer authority Ale Sharpton will be pouring two versions of imperial stouts brewed for the first time by Monday Night exclusively for this event; there will be two collectors’ glasses designed by Dubelyoo and Eric Nine; and a few other surprises that will make this evening a can’t-miss experience.
Ultimately, the Heroes Villains art exhibit will leave a lasting memory even Professor X couldn’t erase.
Tickets are available online here (which include a special gift if purchased in advance), and on the day of the event at the Monday Night brewery, September 1st, starting at 1:30.
Ultimately, the Heroes Villains art exhibit will leave a lasting memory even Professor X couldn’t erase.


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