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July 1st at the Steel Yard was UNREAL! In case you missed it Daytrill, by stay silent PVD and Trade Pop-Up brought over 1,300 folks to the yard for what you know was the best party of the summer. Custom drinks, a stage and sound system larger than life, bounce house, pop-a-shot, giant jenga… it’d be easier to list the things Daytrill DIDN’T bring to the yard. It was amazing, and one of the most popular events that the Steel Yard hosts. We had Friskie Fries, Aurora, and artists from Providence, Boston and New York turn it out for the the sold out party.
While walking through the yard, you saw every corner of our space activated… Not only was “Love” chalk-sprayed painted throughtout the yard, hung from banners, but you could feel it all around. We danced, we sang, and we had one hell of a party. Daytrill is all about community and bringing folks together- it’s about transforming spaces and CREATING space- outside of a club to listen to some really good hip-hop and celebrate.
stay silent PVD is an agency started by Sabrina Chaudhary and Jason “where’s nasty” Almeida that focuses on creative projects, events and marketing.
Meeting in college, Sabrina and where’s nasty were able to work together to create the University of Rhode Island’s October Fest Multicultural College Party weekend, host events, radio shows, and gain the attention of many of their peers while doing so.
Since the December 2012 launch of stay silent PVD, they’ve been able to create staple events such as the monthly party, Bounce House, the summer festival series, the party + brunch series, Eggs Over and you know, DAYTRILL!
stay silent PVD has also grown into a creative collective frequently collaborating with artists Cam Bells + Hil Holla, in-house art director, Andrew White of Beyond All Reach while also providing space for many brands + creatives from across the country through Trade Pop-Up, the non-profit organization they founded in December 2014.
Trade Pop-Up is a non-profit organization that was formed to educate artists, small businesses and creatives on how to plan, apply marketing, host events, gallery showings and retail shops with the goal of providing space and resources that embrace culture and unite communities.
Trade Pop-Up located on 34 Governor Street in the Fox Point section of Providence, RI’s historic East Side. Check it out!
Great job again Daytrill and we can’t wait until next year!