Bowery Boogie Uncapped Presents the Golden Gauntlet Graffiti Battle

Posted on: September 20th, 2019 at 5:08 am by

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Hold on to your hats, kids. It’s all out war on the Bowery! Have you ever wanted to see two graffiti writers battle live? Sure you do! I mean, many of us don’t know what we want until we hear about on the interweb, so you’re welcome.

Tomorrow night, PACE SSB and REE MTA will be battling inside of Con Artist at 329 Broome Street. They will be judged by Comet (yes that Comet), Duli OO7, Sloan TPA, and STUMPO. REBEL NSA will be on deck to battle any potential walk-ins.

There might be a boxing ring. There might be a trophy.  There might be music and murals, a wall of street signs for you to tag and pure authentic fun. It might all just be something you must come and see for yourself.

And it’s free. So there’s that. 6-10 pm. See you there.

Designed by Adrian Wilson

 

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