TrapCity Effect at Beltline Fairgrounds, March 10

Date: March 10, 2017

Time: 9:00 pm

SpringBreak Party! Everybody and their momma is gonna be here. We got some but BYOB.

FAQS

1. What will be going down?
– Drinking Games
– Party Games
– Music Performance
– And a lot of other sh*t that we can’t really say.

2. I have bills due in a few days. What should I do?
We recommend you still coming to the party. Get lit and ball out now.

Prices:

$10 for RSVPing online
$12 with College ID at the door
$15 for General Admission

Also any artist that want to perform, network, and get your name out? Call (404)916-6669 or email truogroup@gmail.com.

Beltline Fairgrounds
880 Woodrow St SW
Atlanta, GA 30310
404-496-5105

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