Anarcho-punk movement, 1984 to the present
7 April 2018, 18:00-21:00 (one night only)
1-2-3-4 Go! Records
420 40th Street #5
Oakland, California CA 94608, USA
Tickets: Free, all-ages event
Details: Facebook event
THE 1-2-3-4 GO! Records store, in Oakland, California, plays host to a one-night special event on 7 April 2018, exploring the music, practice and culture of anarcho-punk from the early 1980s to the present day.
Anarcho Punk Exhibit from 1983 to present: rare photos, flyers, banners and DIY art show at 1-2-3-4 Go! Records in Oakland on 7 April 2018 from 6pm-9pm. Special one night only free event!
Covering: California, London, Peru and more..
Contributors: Robbie from A State of Mind, Tammy from Media Children, Greg Bull, Chris Low, Stig Miller from Amebix, Keith McHenry from Food Not Bombs, Ricardo PRocher, Ashley from Barefoot in the Kitchen, Orange County peace punks and more…
California: the anti-Ronald Reagan demonstrations, protests against nuclear weapons, freeing South Africa to end the apartheid demonstrations, animal rights and anti-vivisection rallies, benefit shows, radical feminist zines, late 80s’ black bloc, peace punks supporting gay and lesbian rallies in O.C., Food not Bombs (the 3rd chapter) to the 90s portraying an Animal Liberation Front (ALF) benefit show, political prisoner support, opening of the L.A. Anarchist Center, working with different movements (the Black Panther Party, Riot Grrrl), punks doing community outreach, organizing, and much much more..
As well there will be a special showing of a short film.
The show promises:
- Rare photos of bands and activism
- Benefit show flyers
- Art / posters
- Fanzines / direct action and much more