OPEN MIC @ TITTY TEA 03/31

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OPEN MIC @ TITTY TEA 03/31

Postby Titty Tea » 14 Mar 2012, 09:24

Dust off those instruments and come perform publicly! This open mic will be hosted by Van Stokes & MJ Klein. Invite you friends and show them you have what it takes to be a rock star!

At the end of all the performances, the audience will vote for their favorite act. The winner will be recognized with 2 free beers and awarded the honorary title of "Super Awesome Titty Player" for the night.

Titty Tea provides: Yahama Stagepas Pa, Mic Stands, Mics, Music Stand, Guitar Stand.

20:30~23:30

No. 2, Jiafeng 2nd St., Sec. 2, Zhubei
新竹縣竹北市嘉豐二街二段二號

T: (03)667-5075
E:tittytea@gmail.com
http://tittytea.blogspot.com/
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