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Powell's Books Presents

Kathleen Hanna in Conversation With Fabi Reyna

  May 23, 2024 7:30 PM

Doors Open: 6:30 PM

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TICKET PRICES CURRENTLY AVAILABLE
RESERVED: $40.99
RESERVED - ADA: $40.99
RESERVED - OBSTRUCTED VIEW: $40.99

TICKET SALE DATES
RESERVED / RESERVED - ADA / RESERVED - OBSTRUCTED VIEW Public Onsale: December 12, 2023 9:00 AM to May 23, 2024 9:30 PM

Trailblazing feminist icon, musician, outspoken women’s rights activist, and original rebel girl Kathleen Hanna’s band Bikini Kill embodied the punk scene of the 90s, and today her personal yet feminist lyrics on anthems like “Rebel Girl” and “Double Dare Ya” are more powerful than ever. But where did this transformative voice come from? In Rebel Girl: My Life as a Feminist Punk (Ecco), Hanna’s raw and insightful new memoir, she takes us from her tumultuous childhood to her formative college years and her first shows. As Hanna makes clear, being in a punk “girl band” in those years was not a simple or safe prospect. Male violence and antagonism threatened at every turn, and surviving as a singer who was a lightning rod for controversy took limitless amounts of determination. But the relationships she developed during those years buoyed her, including with her bandmates Tobi Vail, Kathi Wilcox, JD Samson, and Johanna Fateman. And her friendships with musicians like Kurt Cobain, Ian MacKaye, Kim Gordon, and Joan Jett reminded her that despite the odds, the punk world could still nurture and care for its own. Hanna opens up about falling in love with Ad-Rock of the Beastie Boys and her debilitating battle with Lyme disease, and she brings us behind the scenes of her musical growth in her bands Le Tigre and The Julie Ruin. In an uncut voice all her own, Hanna reveals the hardest times along with the most joyful — and how they continue to fuel her revolutionary art and music. Hanna will be joined in conversation by multi-origin artist, musician, and activist Fabi Reyna, founder and editor-in-chief of She Shreds Magazine.

 

Please note: Tickets for this event are $40.99 (before service charges) and include admission, a $1 donation to the non-profit organization Peace Sisters, and one hardcover copy of Hanna’s Rebel Girl. Books distributed at event.

 




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