(image via Save Domino

(image via Save Domino’s press release)

The Domino Sugar Factory’s demolition is scheduled to start this month, but opposition organization Save Domino isn’t quite ready to throw in the towel. What to do when protests, community organizing, and dissident light displays have all failed to get results? Throw a rager, of course.

The Save Domino Rooftop Show, celebrating all things Williamsburg, goes down tomorrow at the rooftop of 330 Wythe Avenue, from 5 p.m. until late.

Vintage instrument shop Main Drag Music, which is down the street from 330 Wythe on South 1st Street, put together a setlist of Brooklyn-based bands for the evening, including twin rockers Dragons of Zynth, the psychedelic new wavers behind Heaven, and See Through, a folk-rock group of native New Yorkers that formed barely a year ago.

In addition, “Wonder Woman enthusiast” Seth Herzog of Slipper Room and Jimmy Fallon’s Late Night fame will do a set between bands.

Save Domino has no hidden organizing agenda behind the event, so don’t worry about getting bullied into signing up for a community activism listserv or anything like that. Their only wish is to throw a party “representing the old school flavor of the hood as it should be.”

RSVP at savedominoevent@gmail.com to attend.

Correction: this post has been changed to reflect the correct location of the party, which was at 330 Avenue and not at the Wythe Hotel.