Eco Trippin: The Green New Deal

SAT // FEB 23 // 06:30PM

Ever feel burdened by the crushing weight of your own Eco? Earth has a lot to be tripping about — climate change, plastic pollution, acerbic politicization of its environmental crises. Don't you ever wish there were a bizarre, hyper-philosophical rap show to help you navigate all this confusion?

There is! -- Eco Trippin is a musical/comedic showcase about modern ecology, produced by hip-hop / performance art duo Killin H8. They combine beats, rhymes, and monologues to make an inquiry into current ecological issues from a philosophical, comical and personal perspective. 


This installment focuses on The Green New Deal --the resolution being advanced in the House of Representatives to set a new policy framework enabling massive ecological and economic overhaul. The show will feature Andrés Bernal, an advisor to Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, and a lecturer in Urban Studies at Queens College.
 
What better way to deepen your understanding of ecological legislation than to have it interpreted by outlandish philosopher-rappers? 
 
 

Doors 6:30pm / Show 7pm
Tickets $15 adv / $20 door
21+
This event is mixed seated and standing room. Seats are first-come, first-served.

Killin H8 (Sir Kn8 and Hila the Killa) is an NYC-based duo that crosses hip-hop with philosophy, comedy and performance art. Sir Kn8 (pronounced Sir Nate, aka Nathan Oglesby) is a writer, rapper and producer. He recently received his PhD in Classics from the CUNY Graduate Center. Hila the Killa (aka Hila Perry) is a rapper, comedian and filmmaker. She recently received a grant from the New York Department of Sanitation, to install a compost system at a Brooklyn cafe. Kn8 and Hila have been collaborating for two years; they perform frequently at House of Yes, and on NYC subways. Their endeavor as Killin H8 is make you think, laugh and gyrate your booty in harmonious simultaneity.

REFUND POLICY: Tickets maybe be refunded up to 24 hours before the event. Within 24 hours we may take exchanges for other events at our discretion. No refunds after the event.


CONTACT: 

21 A Clinton Street, Manhattan
(212)228-2100
contact@caveat.nyc