City Slang: ICP show their Big Ballas

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The Insane Clown Posse will be damned before they waste an opportunity for some good old fashioned lewd wordplay. In that spirit, they are preparing for their Big Ballas X-Mas Party.

The event takes place at St. Andrew’s Hall on December 17 from 8 p.m. with a $15 cover. ICP, Twiztid, ABK, Blaze Ya Dead Homie and Boondox willall be performing, sometimes all together and sometimes singularly. There will also be some juggalo wrestling. Let’s face it – Santa old comes once a year so he has to squeeze all he can out of it (see, I can play too).

According to the release, “It’s that heartwarming time of year again! Malls are decorated with festive, holiday décor gingerbread and peppermint smells seep out of cafes homes and store fronts are lit up with strings of bright, dazzling lights Juggalos are making their lists and checking ‘em twice. Yes, that’s right – the Hatchet Holiday season is in full effect and Psychopathic Records will be celebrating with its annual holiday party!”

Shake yer belly like a bowl full of jelly, and start WHOOP WHOOP-ing.

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