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Changeville Presents: Japanese Breakfast with Flipturn and Pool Kids

Changeville Presents: Japanese Breakfast with Flipturn and Pool Kids

flipturn, Pool Kids

Fri, February 8, 2019

9:30 pm

$17.00 - $22.00

This event is 18 and over

This ticket is for entry to this venue and date only. Re-entry subject to capacity. Limited full festival passes are available HERE

$1 goes to donation to Gainesville Girls Rock Camp & CEEAS

Changeville has partnered with PLUS1 so the $1 from every ticket sold will go to youth education and empowerment. The dollar will go to Gainesville Girls Rock Camp and their work empowering girls, trans and gender-diverse young people through music education and to CEEAS - working to maximize teaching and learning in schools within juvenile justice facilities.

*At the plaza event, we will also be accepting donations of goods and supplies for local charities Peaceful Paths and Grace Marketplace.

Japanese Breakfast
Japanese Breakfast
Michelle Zauner, frontwoman for Japanese Breakfast, started her career as a true DIY musician, scheduling recording sessions around a nine to five job with an advertising company. As Zauner dealt with losing said job months later, her first releases began gaining traction. She earned herself eight separate performances at SXSW, a review from Pitchfork, and a huge influx of labels reaching out, including Dead Oceans where she is currently signed.

Zauner’s mother and the experience of losing her to cancer play significant roles throughout the music of her two albums Psychopomp and Another Planet. Outside of music, Zauner’s mother is the root for her steadfast love for her Korean culture. Zauner connects with her culture through Korean cooking, personal essays about living as an Asian-American, and even employing Asian-American designers for her merchandise and tour posters.
In late 2015, a group of high school friends started playing music in a Fernandina Beach garage. It did not take long for the five to realize their mutual ambition for playing music on the national stage. Today, they make up the band flipturn, which has been taking the Florida indie scene by storm and capturing the hearts of music lovers around the world.

The band champions female representation in the music industry and implement a zero tolerance policy for any form of violence or harassment at their shows.
Pool Kids
Vocalist Christine Goodwyne and drummer Caden Clinton initially met in a band which unfortunately broke up, but became the start of a new project which eventually became Pool Kids. Goodwyne had known Pool Kids’ bassist Nicolette Alvarez when they were both student volunteers for FSU's college radio station. They later permanently added guitarist Alex Mayweather after playing numerous shows together.

The biggest social issues Pool Kids aims to tackle as a band are empowering and encouraging non-men, people of color, and other marginalized groups to create their own music and to get involved in their local music scenes. Through performing and their social media presence, the members of Pool Kids share their personal experiences as non-men in a male-dominated industry and to showcase the power of representation.