FalalalaLOFT – Saturday December 14th!

Deck the Loft with boughs of Holly! 


 Due to unfortunate circumstances (which mostly involve underage hipsters partying irresponsibly), we are NO LONGER able to have our wonderful holiday Hoover Dam Show at the glorious LOFT on South 5th St. 

However, we have found a replacement space, thanks to our helpful friends at Mr. Rogers in Crown Heights (Falalalala Old-Warehouse-turned-into-cafe-turned-into-awesome-art-gallery-and-venue just didn’t have the right ring, so we kept the old name.) We’ve done shows here before, and it always turns into a good party. Portland Santa might even show up.

Hipster Santa is going.

The show will be a sparkling toast to the holidays, with collaborative performances and immersive experiences galore.


231 Rogers Ave – Brooklyn NY.





Jonah Parzen-Johnson

Rocket & the Ghost


Néha Sha

Nat Osborn Band



barbie may diewald / Triodance Collective

 Megan Adele Bascom | Megan Bascom & Dancers 

Theo Boguszewski

Mary Carter

ChristinaNoel and ChristinaNoel & the Creature



Robert Dean

Ashley Brooke Roberts

Jay Schmidt



Daniel Grjonko

Dean Haddock



For Locals By Locals


If you’ve been paying attention to the Hoover Dam Collective on Facebook recently, you may have noticed a multitude of posts regarding a summer show series called For Locals, By Locals, in collaboration with ECS.

What is this?

Well, the Hoover Dam Collective has been asked to curate this series of shows, pulling from our vast network of past collaborators while getting a chance to showcase new performers. The Event Connection Source, created by Avi Werde, is not only providing access to a large space, they set up the show entirely for us! Its a refreshing opportunity for The Hoover Dam Collective to get in touch with the artists again. We aren’t so busy running around that we can’t stop to listen and enjoy the talented performers that collaborate with us. It’s a good chance for our audience to come catch up with the administrators of the Hoover Dam, because we actually have a free moment to chat!

The events are 21+, and they feature clothing from Franklin Ave’s favorite vintage store, Cool Pony. ECS is also doing awesome feature articles on our artists, written by Alexandra Coffey. Here’s a great one about trumpet player Wayne Tucker.

The series is every Wednesday at 8pm at Mr. Rogers. (231 Rogers Ave. Brooklyn) Check out the facebook page for the series here. 


Tutus and Brews




Bring something frilly and a fermented fizzy beverage made with yeast. Actually JK. If you show up wearing a tutu or bringing your own booze to this venue, you’ll be the odd man out.

HDC is taking on Bushwick again. You know, that white collar neighborhood filled with corporate lawyers and business men Actually JK again. Bushwick is filled with our favorite kind of people: Artsy broke types! Come revel in the grungy-grafitti’ed coolness that defines life in Bklyn!


Music By:

Stevie and the Lion

Hilary Jones

Leverage Models

Comedy curated by:

Luke Schwartz

Poetry from Carlos Marquez and guests

Dance performances by Tara Sheena and members of the Hoover Dam Collective

Late-night dance vibes brought to you by DJ David Kiss. Kiss him.


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Tutus –

25 Bogart Street Brooklyn NY

Doors at 8pm

LOFT in SPACE Event Gallery

Thanks to everyone that came out to the Loft in Space show on March 2nd! Special thanks to our performers, to David Kiss and Travis Tacon for running sound, and to Neha Sha for the space. We also couldn’t have done this without HDC collaborator Nat Osborn. Thanks to everyone who worked the bar and … Continue reading

A Cricket in Traffic

“London: Crickets in urban areas have changed their mating calls to cope with the traffic noise, scientists say. Researchers suggest that high levels of background noise may affect the crickets’ mating process, as the insects are forced to increase the volume of the low-frequency sections of their call. “

Mmm. Dirty. Hopefully we wont be affecting the mating processes of any creatures with the show on January 19th, unless the outcome is positive, of course.

A Cricket in Traffic

This show will be saturated with the spoken word, curated in part by HDC collaborator Daniel Grjonko. We’ll be crashing another friend’s loft for this not so little soiree, and I’ll take a moment to thank him especially: Muchas Gracias Ian Campbell!

Poetry by

Daniel Grjonko | Zachary Rooney | Jane Dodds | Carlos Marquez | Katrina Cunningham | Bogar Alonso | Stephanie Bartolome | Devrim Akman

Theater performances by

Ian Campell | Ted Caine and Monica Hammond

Music by

Brandon Lopez | Chives | Head Monsters | DJ David Kiss

Live Dance


Doors at 7, show at 7:30
248McKibben St, apt. 2J
Suggested Donation $5

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Hope to see you all there!

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Thanks to everyone who attended our show at LIC bar in Queens!
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