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Double Barrel Benefit 9 Day Party & Market

With the success of the previous 8 Double Barrel Benefits, WKNC is broadening its emphasis on all things local. This year, DBB will include a day party and market Saturday, February 4 from NOON to 5 p.m. at Tir na nOg Irish Pub, just two doors down from The Pour House. The event is free and all ages!

Raffles will be held for WKNC merch, concert tickets, and VIP passes to Hopscotch 2012! There is also a fantastic list of Triangle charities, artists, and businesses important to WKNC.  Check out the following artists

HypeArt Collective –  N.C. State and WKNC alums bring you paintings and more!

Hopscotch Music Festival – What everyone in the Triangle looks forward to every September

Afternoon Owl Designs – Beautifully crocheted hats, scarves, and more

Woodcrafty –Original handmade wood items, from jewelry to cuff links…

Skillet Gilmore – If you’ve ever seen a poster for American Aquarium or Small Ponds, its this guy.

Plastic Flame Press – Illustrator for Hopscotch 2011

Turtle Grass Body – Soaps, lotions, and everything that makes you smell good

Tiny Peepers – Musically inspired screenprinted clothing, towels, and the like

Haden Design – Unique jewelry, I love these chalkboards!

Metamorphosis Metals – Simple yet elegant metal jewelry

Redress Raleigh – Eco-conscious design, leading up to a fashion show in April

Matt Butler – hand-printed TOMS,  prints, etc

MisterMisses – Student designers with NC on their mind

City Fabric – Awesome  prints of the city of Raleigh

Windhover + Technician – Windhover is an annual literary and arts magazine, Technician is your friendly N.C. State newspaper

Scrap Exchange – Durham based re-users bring local art and a craft for everyone to make

Rebus Works – Raleigh-based art for artists

Grip Tapes – Local record label, home of Gross Ghost, Heads on Sticks, Juan Huevos, and more

Activate Good – Facilitator of volunteerism in Wake County and beyond.

NCSU WESA – Wolfpack Environmental Student Assoc.; will be leading bike rides to and from the Market and both nights of DBB9

NCSU Sustainability – Turns Wolfpack red “green”

Of course, we couldn’t forget music. Prepare to enjoy music throughout the afternoon, with performances by:

Luego (Patrick solo)

Jeff Crawford

Baobab

Magnolia Collective

Driftwood

Big Picture

Juan Huevos (special, ALL AGES act)

Come out and support local art, local music, and local business February 4 from 1-5 p.m. at Tir na nOg.

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