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The Maine, Halocene, Other Pop-Rockers Bowl for the Homeless

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Looks like Psyko Steve's annual Indie Bowl won't remain Phoenix's only charity tournament featuring local bands.


The Maine, A Change Of Pace, Reece, Halocene, The Season Premiere, Culture Chemistry, Crash Coordinates, Square Eyes, Milo The Mayor, and My Girl Friday are all signed up for the first Project Homeless tournament by party promoter Believe PHX

Bands will roll in one lane with five fans who buy tickets in the lane next to them. They are also be filming the event for a documentary.

The event is this Friday, June 25, from 9 p.m. to midnight at McRay Lanes in Chandler. If you want to go you need to hit up the bands (all linked above).

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