Sunday, June 21, 2015

Punk Island punk-island
Punk isn’t dead… it’s just stranded on an island

from MMNY 2014, Photo: Lyz Maniakis

Sunday, June 21
10am – 9pm
Rain or Shine!

Punk Island logoMake Music New York’s Punk Island returns for its eighth year on June 21st, with nearly 100 punk bands, from as far away as the Philippines to as near as the East Village, all gathering on a Staten Island pier – just steps away from the Ferry Terminal — for a day-long punk experience.

For ten hours, bands including RVIVR, Disaster Strikes, Rum Rebellion, and InCircles will be playing with a whirlwind of punks from all over representing every facet of the punk musical spectrum.

Stages

punk_stages

Punk Island 2015 Lineup

13 Towers
16HPP
A New Bug
Absinthe Rose
Ache
Aimless Again
Alienz
All New Episode
Arson Welles
Bad Head
Before the Origin
Behind Deadlines
Bitchtits
Bitter Fruit
Black Cheers
The Black Clouds
Bodyface
Boomside
The Cavalry is Us
Cell 63
Close to the Edge
Colorblind
Crisis Crayons
Cry Havoc
CUTTERS
Disaster Strikes
Dreamcrusher
The Drew Stone Hit Squad
Duck and Cover
East to Nowhere
Enemy Of The State
Entropy
Ex By V
Exit 17
The Far East
Felix
The Filth Bombs
Freya Wilcox & the Howl
Gamma Ghouls
Gandor Chorale
Gangway
The Gentlemen
Go Big
Gone by Friday
Gutterlife
Heavy Negatives
The Homewreckers
InCircles
Insubordination
Jimmy Doyle and the Engineers
The Jukebox Romantics
Killin’ It
The Ladrones
Lakras
The Last Throes
Legend of You
Mad Diesel
Monster Bad
Mr. Ris
Namatay Sa Ingay
NCM
Nerves End
The New Oldies
Nobody Yet
On The Cinder
Opposition Rising
The Pandemics
Penguin
Possum
Princess Tiny and the Meats
Radio Daze
Rat Trap
Rebelmatic
Rum Rebellion
RVIVR
Samurai Pizza Cats
Sexy Teenager
The Sex Zombies
Shades Of Fred
Skarroñeros
Slow Children
So Yesterday
Sunrot
Supreme Commander
Taj Motel Trio
Teslas Revenge
Thieves
Thundera
The Toxins
Two Fisted Law
Walk the Plank
Weird And Pissed Off
Wombat in Combat

How to Get to Punk Island

Punk Island will be held at the “Coast Guard” plaza and pier, 100 yards south of the Ferry Terminal in St George, Staten Island.

location

Aerial view of Punk Island

The terminal is a 25-minute ferry ride from Lower Manhattan. Free ferries run every 30 minutes, in both directions; click here for the schedule. As you disembark, turn left, exit the terminal on the lower level, and follow the signs to Punk Island.

Parking is also available in the Ferry Terminal’s Municipal Parking Lot.


Practical Tips

punk_pic

Photo: Vincent Barone

  • Due to enhanced security measures, all bags will be subject to search. Weapons and other dangerous objects will not be permitted.
  • The pier and plaza are exposed to the elements; wear sunscreen and stay hydrated!
  • Food vendors will be on site. Visitors can also bring their own food and non-alcoholic drinks.

The Punk Island Collective thanks Citizens Committee for NYC for their support this year!

MakeMusicNewYork

Part of Make Music Alliance
Click to Learn More
×