Fri. May 5th 2006 @ Element Victoria BC (No Minors)
9:45pm - 1:30am doors at 9pm
MAD CADDIES, SUBB , ONE DROP (haven't played in soooo long!!) & the MCGILLICUDDYS are confirmed to play at Legends Nightclub on Friday, May 5th/2006! - Cinco de Mayo baby! This is going to be one of the best ska/punk/reggae shows in a long time. We can't remember the last time both One Drop and the McGillicuddys played on the same show. We don't think it's ever happened! One Drop haven't played since August of 2005 so it's time to celebrate spring with this crazy party show! Tickets go on sale at Lyle's Place, Ditch Records, Backstage Pass, Strathcona Hotel.
Tickets available shortly on TICKETWEB.COM
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Mad Caddies (Ska-punk fusion)
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