Fish Fest 2013

By June 27, 2013KXLL, KXLL Tune In

It’s on like Donkey Kong!!! You’re invited to tear it up at the biggest party of the summer! It’s FISH FEST 2013. Join the Twisted Fish and KXLL – Excellent Radio for the 4th annual Fish Fest happening July 3rd at 9pm at the Twisted Fish!

This year we’re kicking off the party with Alaskan Scorcher spinning the koolest rock steady, soul, ska and garage rock jams ever. With this weather, fingers crossed it sticks, it’s going to be the best.

So come drink some adult beverages, boogie down with Scorcher, eat some snacks provided by the Twisted Fish, then wait for it… DJ’s Astronomar and Shorthand are going to tear the roof off this sucker. Local boys done good, have been crushing it in Seattle and LA and they’re coming home to bring the hottest electronic dance jams around.

And BTW…. you’re invited!! Let’s party the most!

Specifics:

Wednesday July 3rd at 8pm at the Twisted Fish
$5 at the door
21 and over event

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