Sunday, March 12, 2017, Flemington, NJ
By Deaglan Howlett | Posted Thursday, March 2, 2017
Sunday, March 12th, Mayflower and Beehive Collective have a stacked show coming to Flemington D.I.Y. The show has an eclectic line up, featuring bands from different states and varying different genres. According to Flemington D.I.Y’s Facebook page, “FLEMINGTON DIY (Do It Yourself) is an organization whose mission is to inspire social change by fostering and cultivating projects that connect the local community with musicians and artists in Flemington.”
Their mission is:
“Flemington is in dire need of a community center, one that is centered around the arts and positive social change. One where everyone is welcomed, no matter of age, race, ethnicity, gender, or economic status. A place where ideas can be openly shared with other like-minded individuals. We want this place to provide a haven for the creation of art, be it musicians, photographers, writers, filmmakers, and artists of all mediums. By investing in people the power to produce art, we are investing in people the power to produce change.
A place for bands, local and touring, to perform; where artists can create in serenity. Where groups can hosts meetings; a place where any can attend a workshop that helps one improve on aspects of their life. A place to meet up, chit-chat, and make new friends; where everyone feels welcome.”
Flemington D.I.Y is dedicated to:
- Providing a safe and accessible outlet for community members’ expression.
- Fostering an inclusive community in Flemington with respect for and through participation with the broader community.
- Showcasing socially-conscious ideas and promoting networks between others.
- Actively combating sexism, homophobia, racism, and other forms of oppression.
- Creating a safe space for everyone.
With badass morals, Flemington D.I.Y is the perfect place to see a show and needs to be supported so we can keep places like this around.
No Dice (OH)
Midwest Pop Punk for your Jersey ears
My Heart, My Anchor (MD)
Acoustic Emo from Maryland
Have A Good Season
Emo from Eatontown, NJ
About the Writer
Deaglan Howlett is junior English Major at Rowan University. He is also the guitarist for Corrina, Corrina and The Vansaders. He grew up in Middletown, just a 20 minute car ride to Asbury Park. He spends most of his time there playing and going to shows. When he is not playing shows he focuses on writing poetry here. You can find him on Twitter (@reallygoodguyy) and Instagram (@DeaglanHowlett).