An update from the world of Camper Van Beethoven...


First things first! 
Come see us live on our annual MLK Weekend tour with Cracker! 

with Cracker
Jan. 14th - Washington DC - 9:30 Club
Jan. 15th - Toronto, ONT - Lee's Palace
Jan. 16th  - Cambridge, MA - Middle East Downstairs
Jan. 17th  - Philadelphia PA - World Cafe Live - SOLD OUT
Jan. 18th  - New York City, NY - B.B. King Blues Club

 


Don't Forget!

Camper Van Beethoven had two records come out in the past two years! Check those out on AmazoniTunes, and CamperVanBeethoven.com

...and Finally

If you're in the Washington DC area, come check out a public discussion between Camper Van Beethoven's David Lowery and author Andrew Keen. 
 

 
  
Please Join Us - January 15, 2014 - RSVP Here



Please join us for lunch and a timely discussion with author and Executive Director of the Silicon Valley salonFutureCast Andrew Keen and musician and artist advocate David Lowery (Cracker, Camper Van Beethoven)about the social, political and cyber security implications of how we use the Internet today.

Be sure to read The Washington Post's review of "The Internet Is Not The Answer."
Please see the full invitation below and RSVP here:
 








 
 

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    Justina Webster
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