GardenSk8 Indoor Skatepark Open its Doors for the
First Time after Hurricane Irene
More than 20 International Graffiti Artist Turn the Skatepark in the World’s Largest Indoor Installation
On October 29, 2011, GardenSk8 indoor skateboarding park, located at 321 Changebridge Road in Pine Brook, NJ, will open its doors for the first time after being destroyed by hurricane Irene 3 months ago. From 6 PM to midnight, more than 20 graffiti artists from around the world will showcase their art on the walls of the park, making it the word’s largest indoor graffiti installation.
The event, titled GardenSk8 2.0, will include hip hop music and performances from Venemous & DJ Priority, Nobel Productions, Manny D, Black Collar Biz and Animal Crackas.
There will be a silent auction featuring graffiti art on canvas and skateboards, sign product from top professional skateboarders and other products. All money raised will go back into rebuilding the skatepark. The park was flooded with more than 3 feet of water during hurricane Irene destroying many of the ramps and the entire retail section.
Graffiti artist who participated in this installation include Demer, Snow, Then, Joe Iurato, Logan Hicks, Kasso, Rain, Hef fx ad, The Fresh Collective, Elan & MMK, Genoe, Mercro, Ree 2, Part 1, Col, Sen 2, Mike Die, Robots Will Kill, Swith, 2 Tek, Pase, Mek, Faro, Doctor Crab and many more.
WHAT: GARDENSK8 2.0
321 Changebridge Road
Pine Brook, NJ 07058
WHEN: Saturday, October, 29, 2010
6:00 PM to 12:00 AM
PRICE: Suggested Donation, $5.00
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