Thu, July 26th

Lincoln Center Out of Doors GRUBB Afterparty


Doors 10pm
Show 11pm
Advance Price Free W/RSVP (click on buy link to register)
Door Price

Advanced online ticket sales stop at 5pm on day of show
If available, more tickets are available at door

Official Lincoln Center Out of Doors GRUBB Afterparty
with Special Appearance by GRUBB Brass Band

* Catch GRUBB and The Stooges Brass Band from New Orleans at Lincoln Center on July 26
7:30 pm (Parade set at 6:30pm) and join us for the afterparty right afterwards *

Free admission @ Lincoln Center Out of Doors
Damrosch Park Bandshell
West 62nd Street b/w Columbus and Amsterdam Avenues
Lincoln Center Out of Doors is sponsored by Bloomberg and PepsiCo. 

GRUBB4GRUBB (Gypsy Roma Urban Balkan Beats) are a collective of young Roma and international artists. They offer a modern approach to the traditional music of their Romani roots. Combining a musical blend of contemporary hip hop and pop with the richly influenced and historic music already synonymous with their ancestors, GRUBB are bringing Roma music storming into the 21st century. The music, however, is only the backdrop to an immersive and moving story of their lives that varies from the universal themes of first loves and friendships to the struggles that are unique to the Romani people.
GRUBB has grown from music workshops created by RPOINT (an NGO working to give young Roma access to education) led by Serge Denoncourt. It is the first performance of it’s kind, performed by its creators, a group whose voices have never before been heard. 


Because those who have no voice should be able to sing.
Because education is the shortest route to emancipation.
Because art is a homeland for those who have none.
Because there should be a dialogue between the Romany people and the rest of the world.
Because it is high time that Romanies under twenty had the opportunity to tell us what they are and what they aren’t.
Because indifference kills more people than all the bombs in the world.
Because it is no longer acceptable to act as if the segregation of Romanies does not exist.
Because it is no longer acceptable to act as if they do not exist.
Because it is important to go beyond clichés and trite generalizations.
Because we are not always the Gypsies you would like us to be.
Because we have something to say to you and we invite you to hear it.

For all these reasons… 

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RPOINT is a non-profit organization, founded and registered in the UK in 2006. We mainly work in Serbia with the Roma children and young people, by designing and implementing educational and artistic programmes. Our vision is that the young Roma further their education so that they get better access to mainstream jobs. By giving a voice to the Roma, RPOINT shows commitment to presenting a positive image of Roma youth today.