August 23, 2011 § Leave a comment
IT’S ALMOST HERE!!
18 bands 2 stages, Local Artists, Skate Park, BYOB-21 to drink, and Cookout
$Donations for the Traveling Bands$Red Sun
Bloody Matt Dillons
Hookers Made Out Of Cocaine
PB Army (Toledo)
John Wilkes Booth (NY)
Heaving Mass (Chicago)
Tarpeian Fall (Zanesville)
August 10, 2011 § Leave a comment
On the 20th of August at 5pm the LA of VFW POST #6065 would like to raise funds to install electric and water in Karl Frye park, to help enhance the lives of Veterans in the area. We would love for YOU ALL to come out and have a good time with us while we do some good!
The Bands helping us are the C.L.O., Austin Steele, and several other local artists.
Tickets are available – $5 – single tickets $15 family tickets.
Concessions will be available.
December 3, 2010 § Leave a comment
with Ominous Black, Before the Eyewall, and Sadgiqacea!!
Doors open at 9pm! $5 suggested donation at the door for touring bands. Come out for the first show of 2011!!
design by Aaron Obrien Eichman
November 27, 2010 § 2 Comments
November 27, 2010 § 1 Comment
On Saturday, December 11th Netherfriends from Chicago will end their winter tour at the warehouse. House favorites Aperture and i am mute are on the line up along with new faces Maneater and the Juggernauts.
Doors will open at 9ish and music starts at 10ish. Donations will be collected at the door.
Come out and join us!!
Thank you Kara Smarsh for this awesome poster!!
October 27, 2010 § Leave a comment
The Latino Arts for Humanity is hosting a Day of the Dead Community event October 30TH from 12 noon to 8pm at the Dude Locker. Admission is free on Saturday. There will be three offerings – altars. At 3pm there will be music by Flautist Rodolfo Vazquez, at 5pm dance by Iris Reategui, and at 7pm an art hosting conversation with Ruben Herrera. They will also have traditional food including tamales and pan de muerto.
For more information about the Latino Arts for Humanity go to:
Also, be sure to come out on Thursday, October 28th to support Global Gallery and the Latino Arts for Humanity along with Zac Little, Billy Two Shoes, and the Dave Absalom Project as they host a Day of the Dead fundraiser at the Dude Locker! The festivities run from 7pm til midnight, and the cost is $10 with proceeds to benefit the Ayni Family Foundation in Bolivia.
Along with the Elevator Brewing Co. pouring beverages there’ll be hot apple cider and traditional Latin fare for comsumption!
October 19, 2010 § Leave a comment