Wetlands Preserved

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{WINNER! BEST DOCUMENTARY- ASHEVILLE FILM FESTIVAL}{WINNER! BEST UNRELEASED FILM- HIGH TIMES STONY AWARDS}WETLANDS was one of the hottest music venues in New York City for over 10 years. Until 2001 this former Chinese food warehouse in Tribeca hosted the latest up-and-coming artists in every musical genre. People still rave about the time they first encountered […]

{WINNER! BEST DOCUMENTARY- ASHEVILLE FILM FESTIVAL}{WINNER! BEST UNRELEASED FILM- HIGH TIMES STONY AWARDS}WETLANDS was one of the hottest music venues in New York City for over 10 years. Until 2001 this former Chinese food warehouse in Tribeca hosted the latest up-and-coming artists in every musical genre. People still rave about the time they first encountered DAVE MATTHEWS BANDS, BLUE TRAVLER, PHISH or PEARL JAM. Others never visited, but have seen the signature Wetlands bus in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame or have listened to the celebrated live recordings from the club’s intimate stage. But Wetlands was more than a typical rock and roll joint. For many the name evokes a spirit, a community, an ethos. As a self-styled “Eco-Saloon,” the place was as devoted to environmental and political issues as it was to partying and great music. This insightful and entertaining new documentary tracks the history of this first-ever activist nightclub, with vintage footage, original recordings and new digital animation.

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