BROOKLYN, New York (01/10/2011) – Dubbed Best Oddball Night by New York Magazine, URDB World Record Appreciation Society makes its Brooklyn debut at Littlefield on THURSDAY, JANUARY 27th at 8 PM for an extraordinary evening of live world records.
The night will feature an eclectic lineup of performers setting unique and creative world records. Recent records set at past events include Largest Group "Meow" Rendition Of 'Lean On Me' and Fastest Time To Name All Star Trek TV Episodes In Broadcast Order.
SCHEDULED RECORD SETTERS INCLUDE:
More record setters to be announced shortly. There will also be an open mic for audience members interested in setting their own record.
The event will be hosted by URDB co-founders Dan Rollman and Corey Henderson, seen frequently on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon. Brooklyn jazz trio Blastoff!!! will serve as house band for the evening.
Doors open at 8pm, and advance $5 tickets will soon be available here.
Launched two years ago, URDB World Records has quickly grown to prominence thanks to sold-out events across the country, a popular recurring segment on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon and nearly 6,000 records sent in from 40+ countries around the globe.
"Our events are known for individual heroism, group participation, hilarity, surprise and all-around general chaos," says URDB co-founder and event host Dan Rollman. "We've seen everything from the world's tallest carrot cake to 12 women standing on top of a man rolled up in a carpet."
URDB World Records is an open platform for world records, built on a belief that everyone on earth can be the world's best at something. Launched in November 2008, they've been featured on Good Morning America, Fox and Friends, The Tyra Show, CNN and CBS Sunday Morning, and appear regularly on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon. URDB has sold out multiple live events on both coasts, have a book coming out with Workman this fall, and plans in the works for a national tour. The site recently shot a network TV pilot for NBC, and was named URLesque's 2009 Site of the Year.