Yo La Tengo’s Hanukkah Concert, Live from The Greene Space at WNYC & WQXR #Holiday #MusicMonday #Hanukkah
Adafruit neighbors the Greene Space have been hosting some excellent virtual content for the holidays and beyond. Later this week you can checkout indie stalwarts Yo La Tengo put on their annual Hanukkah show!
We cannot come together in person this year, but for just one night, you’re invited to join us online for a less-frills, stripped-down Hanukkah concert streamed live from The Greene Space’s Lower Manhattan studio. We’ll be keeping two decades of tradition alive with a three-hour performance featuring the classic format of an opening act, a comedian, and then a set by Yo La Tengo. As always, proceeds from the concert will be donated to charity.
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