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East Coast Tsunami Fest 2010

On Friday, June 11 and Saturday June 12, the East Coast Tsunami Fest comes to Phoenixville for two days of mayhem.
East Coast Tsunami Fest - 2 days of Mayhem - Phoenixville PA
Friday, June 11
328 High Street - Phoenixville PA
All Ages 21+ With ID to Drink
Doors @ 5pm

Death Threat
CDC
Barricade
xRepresentx
Lifeless
Agitator
Concrete Reality


Saturday, June 12
St Mikes Park - Jacob Street Monte Clare PA
All Ages BYOB 21+ with ID to drink
Gates @ 11am

Sick Of It All
H20
Earth Crisis
Mushmouth
Fury Of Five Jam (just announced!)
All Out War
Dysphoria(first show back)
Boxcutter
Strength For A Reason
Cruel Hand
Foose (ex Spudmonsters)
Bulldog Courage
Outta Hand
Double Dealer
Troublesome

For more information, see stereokiller.com.

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Anonymous said…
Also see http://eastcoasttsunami.com for details.
Photos at http://www.philadelphia-weddingphotography.com/2010/06/east-coast-tsunami-fest-2010-sick-of-it.html

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