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FREE Food, Refreshments and a Pinball Tourny from PBR and Rebel8

Updated: Aug 18, 2010 09:01
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Um yeah, this is gonna be a good one.  The fine people at PBR and Rebel8 love titties and have decided to do a fundraiser to help fight breast cancer….stupid breast cancer….why you gotta go and fuck with some of my favorite things on earth?

The event is officially called “The 1st Annual Ball Busters Pinball Tournament Benefiting Keep A Breast” and there’s gonna be all kinds of good shit going down.  El Tonayense will be rocking out on some FREE taco action, there will be FREE refreshments, Mike Giant will be doing some live painting, and there will be some limited edition t-shirts and posters being sold (that’s the fundraiser part).  Plus some of the coolest people in SF will be playing pinball!  Just to name a few of the teams: HUF, Benny Gold, FTC, Bender’s, Workshop, Indie Mart and Fecal Face.

All this is going down from 6pm-midnight at the Guerrero Gallery, which is strangely not located anywhere near Guerrero Street.  See you there!

The 1st Annual Ball Busters Pinball Tournament
The Guerrero Gallery
2700 19th St. btwn York & Bryant
[The Mission]
Saturday 8/21
FREE Entrance, Food, and Refreshments!

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