UPDATE: The show is sold out. If you don't have your ticket yet, you won't be able to buy one at the door. Sorry about that. It's good news, though, in the sense that The Marsh may book Sacred Uproar for more shows in the future.
SACRED UPROAR, a pagan revival show
featuring "SF Weekly" astrologer Rob Brezsny
and the Shamanic Cheerleaders
Wednesday, March 28
1062 Valencia Street (near 22nd Street)
On Wednesday, March 28 at 8 pm, Rob Brezsny, astrology columnist for the "SF Weekly," will be at The Marsh to perform SACRED UPROAR, the pagan revival show he's done at Burning Man, New York's Chapel of Sacred Mirrors, the Health & Harmony Festival, and the Oregon Country Fair.
Irreverend Rob leads the congregation of spiritual anarchists through a pagan revival show that features raucous prayers, Dionysian sermons, chaotic meditations, tender rants, and praise songs. In his "I Have a Dream" speech, inspired by Martin Luther King Jr.'s famous address, he proclaims, "I have a dream that the 11th commandment will be 'Thou Shalt Not Bore God.'" His "World Kiss" demonstrates the value of kissing, licking, and sucking all of creation, and "Unhappy Hour" is a ritual designed to banish sadness from leaking all over the place by celebrating regular orgies of wailing.
The show also features cheers, stomps, and transmissions
by the Shamanic Cheerleaders (http://www.shamaniccheerleaders.com)
The event's not suitable for people under 15.
Official Website: http://www.freewillastrology.com
Added by zenpride on March 20, 2007