The Bicycle Kitchen presents AN EPIC BENEFIT CONCERT

The Nautch Project (http://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Nautch-Project/432533245299),

The Cooling Time (http://thecoolingtime.com/)

featuring DJ Evan C between sets

COST: 8-20, sliding scale

OTHER THINGS: Silent Auction, Dancing, Bike-themed Vending Machine, Bicicocina Swag and Patches.

CONTACT: kitchen@bicyclekitchen.com for more info

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