Punk Island
Punk isn’t dead… it’s just stranded on an island
from MMNY 2014, Photo: Lyz Maniakis
Sunday, June 21 10am – 9pm Rain or Shine! Punk Island logoMake Music New York’s Punk Island returns for its eighth year on June 21st, with nearly 100 punk bands, from as far away as the Philippines to as near as the East Village, all gathering on a Staten Island pier – just steps away from the Ferry Terminal — for a day-long punk experience. For ten hours, bands including RVIVR, Disaster Strikes, Rum Rebellion, and InCircles will be playing with a whirlwind of punks from all over representing every facet of the punk musical spectrum.



Punk Island 2015 Lineup

13 Towers 16HPP A New Bug Absinthe Rose Ache Aimless Again Alienz All New Episode Arson Welles Bad Head Before the Origin Behind Deadlines Bitchtits Bitter Fruit Black Cheers The Black Clouds Bodyface Boomside The Cavalry is Us Cell 63 Close to the Edge Colorblind Crisis Crayons Cry Havoc CUTTERS Disaster Strikes Dreamcrusher The Drew Stone Hit Squad Duck and Cover East to Nowhere Enemy Of The State Entropy Ex By V Exit 17 The Far East Felix The Filth Bombs Freya Wilcox & the Howl Gamma Ghouls Gandor Chorale Gangway The Gentlemen Go Big Gone by Friday Gutterlife Heavy Negatives The Homewreckers InCircles Insubordination Jimmy Doyle and the Engineers The Jukebox Romantics Killin’ It The Ladrones Lakras The Last Throes Legend of You Mad Diesel Monster Bad Mr. Ris Namatay Sa Ingay NCM Nerves End The New Oldies Nobody Yet On The Cinder Opposition Rising The Pandemics Penguin Possum Princess Tiny and the Meats Radio Daze Rat Trap Rebelmatic Rum Rebellion RVIVR Samurai Pizza Cats Sexy Teenager The Sex Zombies Shades Of Fred Skarroñeros Slow Children So Yesterday Sunrot Supreme Commander Taj Motel Trio Teslas Revenge Thieves Thundera The Toxins Two Fisted Law Walk the Plank Weird And Pissed Off Wombat in Combat

How to Get to Punk Island

Punk Island will be held at the “Coast Guard” plaza and pier, 100 yards south of the Ferry Terminal in St George, Staten Island.
Aerial view of Punk Island
The terminal is a 25-minute ferry ride from Lower Manhattan. Free ferries run every 30 minutes, in both directions; click here for the schedule. As you disembark, turn left, exit the terminal on the lower level, and follow the signs to Punk Island. Parking is also available in the Ferry Terminal’s Municipal Parking Lot.

Practical Tips

Photo: Vincent Barone
  • Due to enhanced security measures, all bags will be subject to search. Weapons and other dangerous objects will not be permitted.
  • The pier and plaza are exposed to the elements; wear sunscreen and stay hydrated!
  • Food vendors will be on site. Visitors can also bring their own food and non-alcoholic drinks.

The Punk Island Collective thanks Citizens Committee for NYC for their support this year!