American Idiot Gang Will Play Green Day Video "Rock Band" at Theatre District Pub Sept. 23
21 Sep 2010
Cast members from Broadway's American Idiot will appear in a theatre-district watering hole following the Sept. 23 performance to revel in the Green Day Rock Band video experience.
The public is invited to join the cast of Green Day's new musical at the new Village Pourhouse (366 W. 46th Street between Eighth and Ninth Avenues) at 10 PM. A "night of rock 'n' roll and Rock Band" — and booze — is expected.
According to organizers, "Cast members will be challenging guests to Green Day Rock Band; Rock Band's customized version for Green Day so that fans can have the ability to step onto their stage and into their shoes." Green Day Rock Band is available for XBOX 360, Playstation 3 and Wii.
Throughout the night, "guests will have the chance to win prizes like tickets to Green Day's American Idiot (now playing at the St. James Theatre), Rock Band and show merchandise, gift certificates to the Village Pourhouse and more."
The event is free, but a reservation is suggested at Emily@yourpartyplanning.com. For more information, call (212) 979-2337 or visit www.villagepourhouse.com.
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