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The Lucky Devil to Host White Trash Keg Bash Oct. 2

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various rock shows, the Rockabilly Showdown, fun theme nights, etc) - putting themselves on our radar. On Friday, Oct. 2, the Tempe dive bar, which is located conveniently off a lightrail stop on Apache and Dorsey and sits next to Club Tattoo, will host a White Trash Keg Bash in honor of cutie pie bartender Eldon Bertsch's birthday.

The bar is inviting people to bring their own beer bongs for the party, which will feature $1 Natural Light beers and Jell-O shots and a Miss White Trash pageant for $100 prize.The bar will also award prizes for best trashy top and best jean shorts so be sure to get all trashed out if you want to score a fun prize. If you need some inspiration, we suggest cruising Van Buren. The party starts at 10 p.m. and cover is $5.

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