The Luyas
Montreal, Canada

Thursday Jun 24, 2010
$10 at the door or online
VENUE
Greenpoint High School For Engineering and Automotive Technology (Formerly Automotive High School)
On The Lawn
Williamsburg
50 Bedford Ave. at North 13th St., Brooklyn, NY 11222
L to Bedford Ave. or G to Nassau Ave.

SHOW
8:00Doors Open
8:30Live Music by The Luyas
9:00Films begin
12:00 AM (midnight)After-party: Open Bar at Matchless (557 Manhattan Ave) Radeberger Pilsner
In the event of rain, the screening will be held indoors at the same location.

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IFC

New York City Council Member Yassky

New York Magazine
Radeberger
Vitamin Water / smartwater

Online Ticketing is closed. Cash tickets available at the door starting at 8:00 pm.

The Luyas (Montreal, Canada)

Official Link: http://theluyas.blogspot.com/

Myspace Page

The Luyas are a Canadian indie rock band formed in 2006 from Montreal, Quebec, Canada. The Luyas did their first live performance in December 2006. Their first album, "Faker Death" came out in August 2007. A Re-release was released at January 2008 on Pome Records. Jessie Stein, formerly active in SS Cardiacs[1] is also a member of Miracle Fortress and Amato and Schneider are both members of Bell Orchestre, Amato also plays in Torngat and was formally a horn player for Arcade Fire. The band played at Pop Montreal 2008.


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