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FREE BBQ and Show Tonight at the Blarney Stone

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If you go to this show, you will feel the way this guy looks in the morning.

If you go to this show, you will feel the way this guy looks in the morning.

My man Matt Murphy just hipped me to this event tonight.  They are calling it Night of the Living Drunk 2.  Not only is the show FREE, but there is also gonna be FREE BBQ!  Although it’s always kinda Halloween in San Francisco, as the actual holiday approaches we al know that costume parties will be popping up everywhere.  This show is no different!  You’re three day costume binge officially starts tonight!

Live music will be performed by The Rec League, Fist Family, and Grand Invincible.  I don’t know much about the other two, but I can tell you that The Rec League is tight!

Night of the Living Drunk 2
The Blarney Stone
5625 Geary Blvd @ 21 St. Ave.
[The Richmond]
FREE BBQ starts at 9pm
FREE Show starts at 10pm

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