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City Slang: Crud celebrates Stinko de Mayo



Vinnie Dombroski’s industrial metallers Crud a Stinko de Mayo show on Friday, May 4 at the Ritz in Warren.

According to a statement, “This ‘muy caliente” party includes live music by denizen electro rockers Crud, primal stoners White Shag, full throttle rockers 60 Second Crush, femme fronted metal grinders Mound Road Engine and guy-lined glam-heads Saturnine Hello. DJ Vida Muerte will be spinning between acts - providing the extra ‘cha cha cha’.”

”In addition to the great live music there will be Lucha Go Go dancers, custom ”loco” Piñatas (stuffed with cool prizes), complimentary taquitos plus tequila and Margarita specials all night long. The party runs from 9 pm – 2 am, and ages 18 and over are welcome to attend. Advance tickets are $10 (available at The Ritz) and $12 day of show.”

“We want to celebrate in our own way Mexico’s fight for independence from the French,” explains Dombroski. “Our celebration may seem tongue in check but we are firm believers in individual and creative freedoms –plus we LOVE to PARTY!” he adds.

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