The most anticipated…

It has been a while since an entire post has been dedicated to a single upcoming event around here, but it only seems right, since this may very well turn out to be the best skateboarding video of 2011. Real is one of the few great skate companies left (in a video production sense, in other words, not three parts from the people you want to see and a bunch of “he’s good, but I don’t really care” to fill in the space), so the anticipation for this one has been heavy.

Since Day One will premiere at KCDC Skateshop on Monday, April 11 at 6PM. (90 N 11th Street between Wythe and Berry in Williamsburg, Brooklyn / L train to Bedford for the geographically challenged.) Hopefully, they have more than one screening because that back room and romantic balcony seating on top of the mini ramp isn’t exactly the best place to watch a video once there is an excess of maybe fifty people there. Plan to get there early otherwise. $2-5 donation at the door for entry. Proceeds go to the Johnny Kicks Cancer Foundation, which is dedicated to fighting childhood leukemia in the memory of Johnny Romano.

Full Flyer Here

Update: If you happen to be out in Jersey, NJ Skateshop in Hoboken is also premiering the video on the same day (April 11th.) 7PM at NJ Skateshop (91 Hudson Street, a few blocks from the Path train) and a 9PM, 21+ premiere at 4L’s at 208 Washington Street. Jersey Premiere Flyer Here.

8 Comments

  1. seriously my dude, it snows sometimes around now, just shut the fuck up and deal. once may hits its smooth sailing

  2. according to the real website theres gonna be a premiere at autumn on april 11th and 8pm as well. Any info on this? need a ticket or anything?

  3. tickets, autumn? yeah brengar will be selling them out front of mamanis they cost 3 cigarettes a pop nickel bags also accepted

  4. I’d say a lot of the people in the video are ‘good but i don’t really care’. The fact that only a hundred people in SF could get tickets for it was total bullshit. Pretty lame for a company that is SF based. The video is long overdue and I put going out to the premiere completely out of my mind. I guess I will just have to see. Not much respect for the community, I feel. Hope everyone on the East Coast enjoys themselves. I’ll probably just continue to watch Real To Reel on vhs.


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