When it all goes quiet behind your eyes, what do you hear? Is by any chance… the original score from Beasts of the Southern Wild?
We hope you’ll open your eyes and ears on August 10th or 11th (please note new Brooklyn date) for these never-before-seen events. Co-composer Dan Romer and director and co-composer Benh Zeitlin will perform their original score to accompany a screening of the film, backed by the rich sounds of our new friends Wordless Music, providing a full orchestra. Part movie screening, part concert, these shows are unforgettable, and unlikely to occur again.
August 10th, MASS MoCA in North Adams Massachusetts
$15 advance / $19 day of
August 11th, Celebrate Brooklyn in Prospect Park
8:00pm (doors at 7pm)
With the fiery Balkan-via-Brooklyn brass funk of Slavic Soul Party.
For a mere hint of what’s in store, give a watch/listen to this live performance of “Once There Was a Hushpuppy” from earlier this year at Los Angeles County Museum of Art.
This video from The Creator’s Project takes an intimate look at the making of the score with Romer and Zeitlin.
Planning a picnic or pre-party? Download our Bathtub recipe book here.
And light up the sky with your own non-flammable fireworks (aka glow sticks) like this one via Instagrammer @prettylightsnsb.