Get Drunk With Some Local Bands at Club Red

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Want to get wasted with some local bands? Vistalance, a local metal band, will be hosting a night of Drunken Debauchery called Las Bandas Borrachas - which translates to 'the drunken bands' - Saturday, May 9 at Tempe's Club Red.

The bands will perform sloshed from start to finish, which should make for an interesting night of local music. And naturally the patrons are encouraged to get blitzed with the band as well.

The 18-and-older show will kick off at 7 p.m. and will feature drunken sets from Minus Blindfold, Roveen, Beyond the Now, Driven A.D. and Vrta. Cover is $10.

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