Filter Magazine and KROQ are throwing Interpol a record release party at the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County for the rock band’s new album, Our Love To Admire. Sam Fogarino and Paul Banks of Interpol will also be djing for party attendees. AND Bass Pale Ale will be FREEE so don’t forget to bring your ID if you intend to drink. Huzzah! Of course if you prefer something else you can purchase it at the venue, beverages and food alike.
The thing is you must RSVP (email email@example.com) before noon today to be allowed into this shindig. Of course an RSVP doesn’t guarantee entry so get there early even though the party starts at 9pm and runs to midnight. Line up starts at 8pm.
If you missed the RSVP cutoff and are on the KROQ Street Team, you can enter the contest on the radio station’s site for a chance to win party passes.
EVENT: FRIDAY, JULY 13 from 9pm to 12am
Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County
900 Exposition Boulevard
Los Angeles, California 90007 (map)