Eat That Question @ House Of Independence In Asbury Park.
HOUSE OF INDEPENDENTS located at 572 Cookman Avenue has become downtown’s premiere live entertainment venue through an eclectic mix of theater, dance, film, comedy, oddities, late night fare, and, of course, the legendary music that has placed Asbury Park on the global radar. Located in the heart of downtown, House has made a home for emerging and established culture renaissancing Cookman's Arts District through a wellspring of concrete, gay, and established culture.
House of Independents celebrates this spirit wtih a stage that salutes both legendary and emerging artists. Venue opening performances have included skyrocket performances by Fishbone, Henry Rollins, John Waters, The Lone Bellow, Gas House Gorillas, Puddles Pity Party, Philadelphia's award-winning Junk Dance, and the Light of Day Foundation concerts. House continues this tradition with intimate and astral entertainment including The Sugarhill Gang featuring Wonder Mike and Master GeeandGrandmaster's Furious 5 Reunion Tourfeaturing Melle Mel and Scorpio (23 April), New York City humorists Upright Citizen Brigade (April), the return of the Coney Island Sideshow Circus (30 March), Swing legends Big Bad Voodoo Daddy (18 March), Magic No Longer Sucks with shock illusionist Dan Sperry, Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2 tiny tribute terrors Mini Kiss (19 March), ring king fights from NJ Golden Gloves Boxing (15 April), monthly bouts of SuperKickLucha Libre Mexican Wrestling (16 April & 7 May Cinco de Mayo), Legs McNeil and the 20th Anniversary ofPlease Kill Me: The Uncensored Oral History of Punk (6 May), The Amazing Kreskin (12 March), 25th Anniversary of gay pride weekend with The Pyrate Ball hosted by Johnhy Dynell & Chi Chi Valenti (3 June), Princess Superstar (4 June), The Pietasters (5 March), Marshall Crenshaw (14 May), Remember Jones with Gary Lucas Touched by Grace: Tribute to Jeff Buckley (1 & 2 July), Rakim performing his seminal album Paid in Full live(9 July), Hot Fudge Sunday free dance party every sunday, NYC's long-running variety show Le Scandal Cabaret (April), and many more surprises