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Vans Warped Tour, Wicked Tattoos, and First Friday Over the Weekend

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Vans Warped Tour 2011 The heat. Yeah, that's the first thing you expect when you start reading about the Vans Warped Tour. Yes, it was hot. Yes, most of the stages, merch booths, and product tents are set up on a parking lot, and of course, this is not helpful in regards to staying cool...full story.

See: Eyes Set to Kill, Less Than Jake, and Blood On the Dance Floor in photos.

Hot Chicks and Wicked Tattoos at Vans Warped Tour Temperatures bordering on hellish and a black top full of scantily-clad, post punk fanatics meant Sunday's Vans Warped Tour at Ashley Furniture Homestore Pavilion was the perfect place to scope some sick tattoos. Check out all the ink and hot (literally) bodies...see photos.

First Friday August 2011 Phoenicians flocked to downtown Phoenix for August's First Friday art walk. With galleries open all over Roosevelt Row, from 7th Avenue to 16th Street, the art district was alive with foot traffic...see photos.

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