Los Angeles, CA – October 13, 2017 – In advance of the second iteration of David Lynch
‘s one-of- a-kind Festival to benefit the David Lynch Foundation
, Festival of Disruption
and Boiler Room
have teamed up to stream portions of the event online, including performances from Bon Iver, TV on the Radio and Laura Marling
, and talks by Ed Ruscha, Twin Peaks collaborators Duwayne Dunham, Dean Hurley, Johanna Ray, Peter Deming, Sabrina Sutherland and Gary D’Amico
, via the newly launched FOD/Boiler Room webpage
. Following the festival, Boiler Room
will be releasing a short documentary focusing on Twin Peaks
Music Supervisor Dean Hurley
and the music of the iconic show.
Live stream times – Saturday, October 14th:
2:10 pm: Ed Ruscha talk with Kristine McKenna
4:00 pm: Twin Peaks Collaborators talk with Kristine McKenna
8:00 pm: Laura Marling
9:00 pm: TV on the Radio
10:00 pm: Bon Iver
The Festival of Disruption will take place this weekend, October 14th and 15th, at the Theatre at Ace Hotel in downtown Los Angeles.The weekend will feature a unique lineup of creatives handpicked by David Lynch himself to create an immersive weekend of musical performances, talks, film screenings, art exhibits, meditation sessions and more. The lineup also includes performances by The Kills, Sharon van Etten, Reggie Watts, Moby, Shepard Fairey and more; talks Bill Hader, Sheryl Lee and Pete Holmes; art exhibits by William Eggleston and David Lynch;not-to-be-missed film screenings; and meditation sessions. Net proceeds from the festival will benefit the David Lynch Foundation’s initiatives with urban youth, veterans with PTSD, women who are survivors of violence and abuse, adults and children living with HIV, and more.
Last year’s inaugural Festival of Disruption brought together Robert Plant & The Sensational Space Shifters, St. Vincent, Questlove, Kyle MacLachlan & Laura Dern, Mel Brooks, John Malkovich, Frank Gehry, Blondie’s Debbie Harry & Chris Stein and many more for a wildly successful sold-out weekend that the LA Times called “weird, lovely…decidedly otherworldly.”
Since its founding in 2005, DLF has provided scholarships for more than 500,000 children and adults worldwide to learn the evidence-based Transcendental Meditation technique. For additional information on the work of the Foundation, or to subscribe to news about its programs and events, visit www.davidlynchfoundation.org
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