2019/06/08 20:30
Jun 08 2019

WOLF + LAMB’S Catskills Roller Disco

  • 8:30pm
  • Skate Time 209 | 5164 US-209, Accord, NY 12404

June 8, 2019
8:30pm to 12:00am

Join us for the 2nd installment of WOLF + LAMB’S  Catskills Roller Disco featuring:

Morgan’s Old School Hip Hop Hour
A Rock the Islamic Shock Jock
Sensay Shnay

Ultimate Roller Battle + Prizes

$20 pre-sale / $25 at door [includes skate rentals]

Have you ever wanted to dress up like a character from Xanadu and work it out on the rink with a fabulous crew of like-minded people–dazzling lights, sparkly outfits and retro tunes bringing the joy of the roller rink back to the Hudson Valley for one glorious night. This is the insanity of Wolf + Lamb’s Catskills Roller Disco, where you’ll need to unleash your inner Roller Girl to keep up with this cool crowd.

Expect classic Disco skate tracks from Wolf + Lamb, joined by fellow Crew Love label artists including Australia’s Morgan spinning old School Hip Hop, Mr. Rogers founder Sensay Shnay, and of course a bit of thumpin’ House from A Rock the Islamic Shock Rock.  DJs will be blasting gems from the disco era to present day until midnight, so put on your pigtails and get ready to party like it’s 1979. 

Disco outfits and Farrah Fawcett hair are highly encouraged to be in the running for a handful of prizes donated by local businesses…and if your skate skills are tight, dare to enter the Ultimate Roller Battle for Roller Relay, Four Corners, Freeze Tag and the Limbo.  

For those feeling slightly wobbly on their wheels, sit back and check out the action while jiving to the tunes in the Beer Garden while sipping on Toma Artisanal Bloody Mary Micheladas or a refreshing local beer.   


Some wild extremes make up the whole that is Wolf + Lamb. Extrovert and introvert, cancer survivor and social saboteur – you’d expect no partnership like this could last for long. But for close to two decades, these differences have only sparked the seismic energies that Zev and Gadi bring to dance music. They’ve never cared much for current convention – for being “fast enough”, “hard enough”, or “cool enough” to win favor with the party culture hype machine. They play passionate music that  moves hearts, and not just feet. From their subterranean throwdowns in their Brooklyn corner known as the Marcy Hotel, to the 2005 founding and continued expansion of their family of labels, amid the warm winters and electric environs of Miami – it’s always been about the two of them enjoying life, learning to live with each other, and making friends and fans that become part of the family.