Last time Alcest played NYC, it was a headlining set at Irving Plaza. Knitting Factory in Brooklyn is significantly smaller than Irving Plaza, so how is it possible that tickets are still available for Alcest's November 3rd show at that venue?

The Alcest show in question is made even more exciting due to it being the second day of the first-ever U.S. edition of Prophecy Fest, a 2-day party that Invisible Oranges is proud to be co-presenting. Novembers Doom are traveling from Chicago to headline night one. Here are the set times:

Friday - 11/2
7-7:30 || Völur
8-8:30 || Xasthur
9-9:30 || Kayo Dot
10-10:45 || So Hideous
11:15-End || Novembers Doom

7:45-8:30 || Völur
8:50-9:35 || Xasthur - acoustic/unplugged
10-10:45 || Kayo Dot
11:15-End || Novembers Doom

Saturday - 11/3
7-7:30 || 1476
8-8:30 || Year of the Cobra
9-9:30 || Crowhurst
10-10:45 || Eye Of Nix (playing Black Somnia in full)
11:15-End || Alcest (playing Kodama plus a “best-of” set)

You can buy one and two day passes at Prophecy's site (and nowhere else). Every attendee will also get a double CD compilation showcasing the label's roster. Those who get in before 8PM will also get a tote bag.

WE ALSO HAVE A PAIR OF TWO-DAY PASSES YOU CAN WIN. Enter your info below to enter, and to automatically be added to the new Invisible Oranges email list (which you can also just join without entering too).

Meanwhile, Prophecy Fest is the last stop on a North American tour for Alcest, which begins in Montreal and also includes a Halloween show in Chicago and Baltimore's Days of Darkness fest, the great MDF spin-off now in its second year. Here are all the dates:

Alcest dates

You can also catch Novembers Doom in their home state of Chicago as part of Forever Deaf Fest in December.

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