City Slang: Juggalo Day, wait, Weekend?



Legions of rabid ICP fans will be delighted to hear that this year, Juggalo Day is being extended into Juggalo Weekend on February 16 and 17.

Yep, that’s a whole weekend of Faygo guzzling, make-up and kooky laughs.

They say, “Originally planned as a one-day salute to the family unity that binds Juggalos all over the world, the fun will now begin on Saturday, February 16 and features enough flavor to satisfy the most discerning Juggalo. While all of these events take place in ICP’s homebase of Metro Detroit, many of the events will be available on pay-per-view (visit for information) so Juggalos all over the world can participate in the Faygo-soaked fun!”

That fun includes wrestling at St. Andrew’s, an in-store meet-and-greet at Rock of Ages in Garden City, and the entire Riddle Box album being performed, also at St. Andrew’s.

In addition, the clowns are gearing up for Valentine’s Day by re-releasing the controversial and long out-of-print Tunnel of Love – XXX Version. Awww, ain’t dat sweet.

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