Johnny Volume Brings the "Delinquency" Punk Rock DJ Night Back to Yucca Tap Room

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Did someone say $1 Pabst Blue Ribbons? And a "punk rock DJ night"? We are so there.

This Tuesday, July 5, local punk purveyor Tim Neilson (better known by his DJ handle, Johnny Volume ), continues hosting his bi-weekly Delinquency event at the Yucca Tap Room in Tempe. In addition to Volume spinning his usual stacks of punk rock tracks, there are going to be some killer giveaways at next week's event.

People will have a chance to score free tickets to the Reel Big Fish/Streetlight Manifesto show on July 10, the Reverend Horton Heat/Swingin' Utters show on July 16, and the Tiger Army show July 31 (all at the

Marquee Theatre

in Tempe).

Oh, and did we mention admission is free and there'll be $1 PBRs?

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