City Slang: Vigilantes doing it for the kids



Bands appearing include Mound Road Engine, Medisin Wheel, South Mad Sabs (a Black Sabbath tribute band), Through Our Eyes and Macarthur Street Mafia.

According to the press release, “This event is open to the PUBLIC. Doors are at 6 p.m., and a donation of $5 is being accepted at the door. A cash bar will be available and secure parking is on Gratiot, and adjacent parking lots. Proceeds from the Mega Bash will benefit Children’s Charity Wish of Troy, Michigan. Children's Charity Wish is dedicated to providing financial and in-kind assistance, education, and support to children in need and to enhance the wellbeing of children everywhere. They provide support for last wishes as well as help with medical bills, treatments, equipment, transportation or any other significant expenses associated with a child's illness.

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