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Revised 23 HOURS schedule

23 HOURS, a five-week-long collaborative event blending Raleigh's visual art, archives, installation, film and music has been a great success. But zoning problems have forced the organizers to alter the music schedule.

Don't fret! Kings Barcade has come to the rescue, and we've got the updated schedule right here:

  • All 23 Hours music and film events Tuesday-Thursday will remain at Bickett Gallery.

  • Live music events on Friday, Saturday and Sunday will be at Kings unless otherwise noted.

  • Film and visual arts events are not affected and will remain at Bickett Gallery.
  • Bickett Gallery's exhibition and wine bar will remain open Fridays and Saturdays until 2 a.m.

    Wednesday: Film-A/V Geeks' The Game and Me Too, Alex Cox's Repo Man, Bickett Gallery, 8 pm

    Thursday: Music-Jazz Anew, Bickett Gallery, 8 pm
    The Connells, North Carolina Museum of Art, 7-10 pm

    Friday: Music-Mothlight, The Devil, The Weather, Kings Barcade, 6-9 pm

    Saturday: Music: The Greatest Lie Ever Told, The Greatest Hits, Kings Barcade, 6-9 pm

    Sunday: Music-DJ Mooney, The T's, Mosadi Music w/ Shirlette (featuring members of The Mighty Burners and The Applejuice Kid), The Applejuice Orchestra, Patty Hurst Shifter, The Cherry Valence, 2 pm VENUE TO BE ANNOUNCED.

    Tuesday: Newer Wave Music-Razor Wire Safety Net, Bickett Gallery, 8 pm

    Info: Bickett Gallery: 836-5358. 209 Bickett Boulevard, Raleigh.
    Kings Barcade: 831-1005, 424 S McDowell St, Raleigh

    For more information, check out www.23hours.org

    • Revised 23 HOURS schedule

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