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Club Candids: Yucca Tap Room on Halloween Night

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Can we ever get enough of Halloween?

We obviously don't think so. And while New Times has certainly posted our fair share of Halloween slideshows, we can't deny Club Candids the right.

Yucca Tap Room has long proven to be one of our favorite places to hit on Halloween night and we weren't disappointed this year. The party proved to be one of their best with plenty of festive folks donning some stellar get-ups (check the slideshow for proof). The booze was flowing, face make-up was smudging and Local bands The Necronauts, The Fuck You Ups, Fatigo, Let's go to Fucking Hawaii and Lost in the Sun kept our ears buzzing well into the wee hours of the morning.

Yucca Tap Room, 29 W. Southern Ave in Tempe, 480-967-4777, www.yuccatap.com.


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