DAMMIT BLINK-182 TRIBUTE PARTY

May 11, 2018

May 12, 2018

11:30 pm To 4:00 am

Free

Knitting Factory, Metropolitan Ave, Brooklyn, NY, USA

Event Description

Love the sounds of pop-punk & 90s & 2000s alternative? Then you won’t want to miss the dammit Blink-182 Tribute Party! FREE ADMISSION BEFORE MIDNIGHT WITH RSVP!
(Offer open to 21 + only. Subject to venue capacity)

$10 ADVANCE TICKETS (GUARANTEED ADMISSION ALL NIGHT / VIP ENTRY): CLICK HERE

DJs Jet & Swabby will be rocking out to the sounds of:

Blink-182, Green Day, The Offspring, Sum 41, Yellowcard, Good Charlotte, Less Than Jake, Rancid, Pennywise, Fall Out Boy, Box Car Racer, Angels & Airwaves, +44, New Found Glory & More.

Free Before Midnight with Eventbrite RSVP (for ages 21+)
Please make sure to arrive early as there may be a line
Offer Subject to venue capacity
Doors 11.30pm
18+

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