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Monday, 13 June 2011 10:05

Skate Rock Paris

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On July 2nd, Thrasher, Altamont, and Vans present The Sound of Living: A Skate Rock concert featuring Bad Shit, The Goat, and Dinosaur Jr as part of "Public Domaine"—a massive skate art show at La Gaite Lyrique museum in Paris. Dinosaur's gonna be performing the album Bug in its entirety…

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On July 2nd, Thrasher, Altamont, and Vans present The Sound of Living: A Skate Rock concert featuring Bad Shit, The Goat, and Dinosaur Jr as part of "Public Domaine"—a massive skate art show at La Gaite Lyrique museum in Paris. Dinosaur's gonna be performing the album Bug in its entirety…

"This one-of-a-kind event brings together some the biggest names in Skate Rock and will feature a 360-degree video history of Thrasher along with the performance."


Performing Live:

Dinosaur Jr.
Performing the album Bug in its entirety.
 

The Goat
Featuring Andrew Reynolds (Altamont pro and 1998 Skater of the Year), Kevin Long (Emerica pro), Atiba Jefferson (skate photographer), Beagle (video artist), and Shane Heyl (of Shake Junt fame).
 

Bad Shit
Featuring Jake Phelps (Thrasher editor), Tony Trujillo (Vans pro and 2002 Skater of the Year), and Trixie Con Leche.

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