The Village Voice ‘4Knots Music Festival’

Posted: May 29, 2015 in Music, NYC Live Music, NYC Music, Uncategorized
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The Village Voice Announces 
Super Furry Animals
To Headline 5th Annual 4Knots Music Festival
**First NYC Performance In 6 Years**
To Join Previously Announced Bands:
Mikal Cronin
Twin Peaks
Happyness, Meatbodies, Heaters
Plus More to be Announced
Rain or Shine Outdoor Festival to be held from 1-10pm on Saturday, July 11 
Pier 84 In Hudson River Park


Last year’s Festival Featured on The New YorkerStereogumGothamist and more!

Top 10 Under the Radar Music Festivals in NYC – Complex

11 Best Festivals for New Yorkers- NY Daily News

“The 4Knots Music Festival has been momentous since it started” – The Wall Street Journal

“If there’s one thing we learned from 4Knots… it’s that New Yorkers still want to see rock music in the city.” – Metro

New York, NY – May 28, 2015 – The Village Voice proudly announces Super Furry Animals as the headlining act for its fifth annual 4Knots Music Festival, being held on July 11, 2015 at Pier 84 in Hudson River Park from 1PM – 10PM, rain or shine. This will be Super Furry Animals’ first NYC show in 6 years. Mikal Cronin, Twin Peaks, Happyness, Meatbodies, and Heaters are also scheduled to perform, plus more bands to be announced soon.

Working together with Friends of Hudson River Park, the festival will be located at Pier 84,their largest public pier, which features sweeping views of New York City and the Hudson River. For the first time, 4Knots Music Festival will be a ticketed show, offering low ticket prices with proceeds benefiting the Park.

“Having this years 4Knots Music Festival at Pier 84 in Hudson River Park ensures we can continue to deliver a great, live, innovative music festival to New York,” says Village Voice publisher Josh Fromson.  “This location will allow us to create a massive music experience for our fans, while the low ticket price will assist us in supporting the Friends of Hudson River Park. We look forward to seeing you all this Summer on the West Side.”

“Friends of Hudson River Park is grateful for the support of The Village Voice’s 4Knots Music Festival, and we’re thrilled to be hosting the event in the Park this summer,” said Gregory Boroff, Executive Director of Friends of Hudson River Park. “Hudson River Park is a one-of-a-kind venue for music and live events, and we’re excited to give Park visitors and local community members an unforgettable afternoon of entertainment.”

This year’s 4Knots will feature two tiers of ticket options – General Admission tickets (all ages) ($25) and VIP tickets (21+) ($50). Kids under 10 are free with an adult. Tickets are officially on sale, here: VIP attendees are granted exclusive access to the 4Knots official VIP area on the Hornblower Infinity Cruise Ship, which will be docked along the north side of Pier 84, featuring a private VIP Bar, VIP Lounge, and an exterior deck. Since 2012, Hornblower New York has offered private event charters and public dining cruises from Pier 40 in the West Village. In March 2014, the company expanded to Pier 15 at the South Street Seaport, where it operates frequent happy hour cruises and daily sightseeing tours.

All attendees will be able to enjoy a curated 4Knots Food Court, with food for sale from Dos Toros, Papaya King, Crafty ‘Cue BBQ, Harlem Public, and more.

Budweiser is returning as the 4Knots Music Festival presenting sponsor. Additional sponsors include Califia Farms, Jarritos, Barefoot & Bubbly Wines, Polar Seltzer, Dos Toros, Harney & Sons Fine Teas, Whole Foods Market, Hornblower Cruises & Events, Dos Toros, Papaya King, Crafty ‘Cue BBQ, Harlem Public & Green Mountain Energy. For more information on 4Knots Music Festival, please visit:

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