Tuesday, July 13, 2010

Zombo Gallery Events Pittsburgh PA Lawrenceville

from zombo:

Hey all.. This Summer's Events are huge and the next two weeks are massive. Also Lots of great updates and new cd's for sale on www.zomboworld.com!

Wed. July 14th (tomorrow!)..The Whips unleash a wild set of garage/rock/surf music at Arsenal Lanes in Lawrenceville at 10pm. The Whips are also on the bill to play with outrageous new band from Sylvain Sylvain and Cheetah Chrome called "The Batusis! That show is at the 31st pub on Tues July 20th!

Friday July 16th 6pm-9pm at Zombo Gallery ...The long awaited opening of "Morally Bankrupt" , The New art show from Steph Scuillo! Her work may be dark and disturbing at times, but with it's Victorian slant and syrupy sweet heaviness, it is undeniably astounding!

Saturday July 17th at The 31st Pub at 10pm , The Second Annual "Battle of The Worst Bands in Pittsburgh"! This is one sick and hilarious show you won't want to miss!

Monday July 19th, The Return of Dr. Sketchy's Anti Art School at The Gypsy Cafe in the Southside featuring DJing by Zombo.

Wed, July 21st at Zombo Galllery, our monthly and free Scrabble tournament from 6-8pm.

Saturday July 24th..The Deep End Amphitheater (The Empty Leslie Park Pool in Lawrenceville) presents a Surf Guitar Party. Daikaiju, the amazing Kabuki surf band from Alabama! Classic 60's surf from The Action Cats, Crazy cool zombie surf from The Wakening. This show is 6pm-Dusk. It will be the event of the summer! And Then it's off to Cattivo 146 44th St. in Lawrenceville for a great afterparty with music from The Forbidden Five, Dj Zombo and a whole other floor of DJ's, bellydancers, burlesque and more..Both of these big shows are only $5 each!

Thanks and see you soon
Zombo Gallery
4900 Hatfield St.
Pgh, Pa. 15201


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