Friday, December 14, 2012

Unsilent Night for a bad Santa kind of day in the East Village

[Unsilent Night in 2010 by Bobby Williams]

In case that you are looking for a group activity Saturday night in the East Village that doesn't involve dressing like Santa, acting like a jackass, buying Jäger bombs (and demanding that the bartender sets up a Jäger-train), terrorizing people out running errands, yelling for your friends who left a few minutes earlier and are already at next bar, then you're in luck...

It's time for the annual Unsilent Night, the boombox caroling walk... Composer Phil Kline's holiday tradition got its start in 1992... meeting place is 7 at the Arch at Washington Square Park... and the group makes its way over to Tompkins Square Park.

Oh, and what if the Santas come across the carolers...? Unsilent Night has asked nicely...

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

This potential conflict is idiotic from start to finish.

Also "acting like a jackass" is a certainty. So is "spending a ton of money at local east village establishments." So you know, let's try to be a little mature about this sort of stuff, for once.

I don't mean the Santas.

Goggla said...

Sharks vs Jets!

Ken from Ken's Kitchen said...

Maybe it'll be like when matter and anti-matter meet.

DrBOP said...

Really, it's been awhile since we had a REAL good Christmas Rumble in the Park......

......anybody remember The Great Snowball Fight(Party) in '69 ?

Ken from Ken's Kitchen said...

Maybe it'll be like when matter and anti-matter meet....