THIS WEEKEND AT THE SHAKEDOWN BAR SD

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 24TH
AGGRONAUTS
SIX CENTS
CHANGO’S PSYCHOTIC GARAGE
FREE
DOORS: 9 PM / SHOW: 10 PM


the AGGRONAUTS are marching on your town, a three piece siege engine. Hell-bent on crumbling the walls of a musical complacency that currently imprisons us all. So Cal Punk band that features members of D.I., SX-10 & Cypress Hill. SIX CENTS are from Pacific Beach and have been playin, together for a LONG time. Growin up in the southern California punk scene, these guys have earned their street credibility in more ways than one (believe that). The music is an array of punk, metal, rock and roll, ska and reggae. The live shows are a blast from the past with high energy and a stage performance second to none. CHANGO’S PSYCHOTIC GARAGE are delving into that whole Cleveland/NYC Punk ala 1977 scene with Dead Boys riffs along with Ramones & Heartbreakers snottiness.

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 25TH
DARSOMBRA
TOTIMOSHI
RIVERVERB
$5
DOORS: 9 PM / SHOW: 10 PM


DARSOMBRA is the audio/visual duo of Brian Daniloski and Ann Everton. Daniloski builds a leviathan of sound by layering guitar and vocals, drawing from traditions as disparate as doom, space and southern rock, modern classical, and musique concrete. Ann Everton’s psychotropic video work teleports the audience to an intergalactic journey of the soul in the vein of the last 30 minutes of “2001: A Space Odyssey”. TOTIMOSHI – Founded in 1997 have been forging their own path for well over a decade. Based on their love of Rock, some Metal, some Jazz, some Classical, some Rag, some Dixieland, some Blues, and some Mariachi, Totimoshi set out to be slaves to no one genre. They have released 5 albums to date and their 6th “Avenger” will soon be released and will tear your heart out. We promise. RIVERVERB is Frank Melendez, co-founder of Sprung Monkey in 1989, though he left the group a few years later in search of more challenging musical adventures and Jay Margart of Sugarrush Railroad Inc. Experimental Noise, if you will with deep seeded influences of Throbbing Gristle, Royal Trux, Spacemen 3 & the Dead C.

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 26TH
ENGLISH DOGS
the CASUALTIES
TOXIC HOLOCAUST
HAVOK
the STRIKERS
$15 In Advance / $20 Day Of Show
BUY TICKETS ONLINE: http://epicentre.frontgatetickets.com/choose.php?a=1&lid=61953&eid=70399
Doors: 5:30 PM / Show: 6:30

THIS SHOW IS BEING HELD AT THE EPICENTRE & IT IS ALL AGES!!!!!!!

In 1980, British punk / metal crossover band ENGLISH DOGS was formed and gained immediate acclaim with top 10 indie chart releases. Though these initial releases were more straight-forward punk rock, the band’s metal leanings appeared on the highly acclaimed “Forward Into Battle” record, released in 1985. The seminal album was a major influence on bands such as METALLICA and SEPULTURA, and this year the “Forward Into Battle” lineup of founding-member Andrew “Pinch” Pinching (also of THE DAMNED), Graham “Gizz” Butt (ex-PRODIGY, THE MORE I SEE) and Adie Bailey has re-grouped to again bring that record to life for North America. Support on the trek will come from THE CASUALTIES, TOXIC HOLOCAUST and HAVOK.

Commented Gizz: “In 1984 to 1986, me , Pinch and Adie were writing and recording some of the most important and influential songs of our lives and our ‘Forward into Battle’ album was the peak of our success. The American fans completely got it. Crossover had arrived!! Our 1985 debut USA tour exploded with sellout shows and sights we’d never seen before, queues half a mile down the street, moshpits and circle pits all night long. We have finally reunited to achieve a dream that has been going on for over 25 years. To realize the entire ‘Forward Into Battle’ album, along with ‘To The Ends Of The Earth’ EP, another ambitious milestone, live in all their glories, to North America.”

Added founding ENGLISH DOGS member Pinch: “We were young and hungry for a musical challenge. The hardcore punk scene had become stagnant and new territories needed exploring. Adding Gizz to the band let us off the leash and we were able to wander down any musical alley we chose. We were 20 years old when we recorded ‘Forward Into Battle’, playing way beyond our abilities as musicians and lacking the studio technology to capture it. Now, 25 years later, we will finally be able to do this album justice, sonically. Live and in your face, the genre we helped to create is going once more ‘Forward Into Battle’.”

Upcoming Shows:
Feb 25 Darsombra, Totimoshi & Riververb
Feb 29 James Hunnicutt, Graham Lindsey & Jimmy Dean
Mar 1 the Squidling Brothers Circus Sideshow, Betty Beware and the Coffin Bangers Gorelesque & Zombie Surf Camp
Mar 2 Pharmacy, the Touchies & Kitty Plague
Mar 3 the Business (UK), Rat City Riot & the Downtown Struts
Mar 7 Joe Buck Yourself, Nick Bone and the Big Scene & the Hooten Hallers
Mar 8 Electric Frankenstein, Deadbeat Vultures, the Sawyer Family & Big Buck Hunter and the Pros
Mar 9 Gal Holiday and the Honky Tonk Revue, Bill Cardinal & His Canyon Band & Paperplanes (Leigh’s B-Day)
Mar 10 Griever, North & Alioth
Mar 16 Jughead’s Revenge, Whitekaps, Doggy Style, D.P.I. & the Wastrels
Mar 17 Purple Church, Slut Machine & the Great Electric Quest
Mar 20 James Leg (John Wesley Myers of The Black Diamond Heavies)
Mar 21 Peter and the Test Tube Babies, the Generators, Guitar Gangsters & Embalmers
Mar 22 Kamikaze Queens (ex Mad Sin), Viva Le Vox & Rachel Brooke
Mar 23 Crashed Out (UK), Rat City Riot & City Of Vain
Mar 24 the Recently Deceased
Mar 25 the Ataris, the Go Reflex (ex Pollen) & Sic Waiting
Mar 28 Reason To Rebel, the Big Small & Pretty Too Bad
Mar 30 the Sensitive Side, Stalins Of Sound & FM Bats
Mar 31 the Black Rose Phantoms, the Saints & Sinners & the Frighteners
Apr 6 Nuclear Tomorrow, Dirtbag & Sorry State
Apr 7 the Rocketz, Astro Zombies (France) & the Gore Horsemen
Apr 11 Margate, News From The Front, Sic Waiting & CPA
Apr 14 Oceanside Sound System, the Revivers & the Left Coasters
Apr 20 Wayne “the Train” Hancock, Behind The Wagon & the Avenues
Apr 21 Filthy Still
Apr 26 Voodoo Glow Skulls, D.P.I. & Break The Cycle
May 1 Jason And The Punknecks
May 3 Bitburger Presents: Bonzo Goes To Bitburg Night @ The Shakedown
May 5 Nerve Control & Verbal Desecration
May 12 Punk Rock Record Swap /the Cry, Casanova & Telephone Lovers
May 19 the Chuck Dukowski Sextet (ex Black Flag)
May 23 the Hookers, White Barons, El Camaro & Dethtrip Forever
Jun 9 Against The Grain, Oddball & Break The Cycle
Jul 7 Rikk Agnew, the Turps & Chango’s Psychotic Garage
Jul 13 Gore Noir’s Friday the 13th Comic Con Party with A Band Of Orcs
July 26 the Scarred, Evacuate & the Pinkerton Thugs

Other Shows brought to you by the Shakedown:
Feb 26 English Dogs, Casualties, Toxic Holocaust & Havok

Buy tickets online for upcoming shows:
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We open at 2 PM and close at 2 AM EVERYDAY!!!!!

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GET TO KNOW: FERAL BABIES bassist Marc Cody

FERAL BABIES
CONCEIVED: February, 2011
WHERE: Tampa, FL
BAND MATES: Sulynn Hago, Andy Stern, Justin Arnold
MUSICIAN NAME: Marc Cody

BRIEFING

I MOST ADMIRE: My Dad
THE SKY IS BLUE BECAUSE: It reflects off the ocean.  Didn’t you learn that in like 6th grade?
FAVORITE PLACE TO EAT: Subway
WHERE I ITCH THE MOST: Trigger finger
BEST PLACE TO BUY EQUIPMENT: Small shops
YOU PISS ME OFF BY: Play me some Christmas music
BEST WAY I PISS YOU OFF:  I’ll pee in your guitar.  Perhaps I will call you a “sissy”.
IF I RULED FOR A DAY I WOULD: Do it in the road.
WORST BAND IN HISTORY: That new Metallica/Lou Reed thing.
BEST BAND IN HISTORY: Ramones
PROUDEST MOMENT: When I played my first gig.
FAVORITE BAND: Ramones
BEST BAND LATELY: Star Fucking Hipsters
IF I COULD HANG WITH ANYONE *dead or alive* FOR A DAY: Charles Bukowski

SOME QUESTIONS TO PONDER

What do you think about music labels and the music industry in total?
I think that the internet has made music labels and record companies obsolete.  Musicians today can make their music available to the world completely on their own using the sorcery of the Web. This definitely hurts the music industry but it’s wonderful for artists everywhere.

What sacrifices have you made to be a musician?
I am not as smart as I probably should be.  I also had to abandon real ambition and wear shitty clothes.  The people around me often smell.

Where do you draw the inspiration for songs?
I think that everyday problems and life occurrences are the best inspirations for songs.  I wanted to write a song called “Japandemonium” but my singer, Justin, said “no”. I also love to read and think that it expands your capacity to be creative.

What are you doing today?
Trying to be witty for this interview.  Also, the basketball game is on.

What music projects are you currently working on?
Feral Babies takes up most of my time musically but I also do a metal project with my buddy, Louie, called the Jim Jones Jamboree.  It’s a thrash-heavy extravaganza.

Did you or do you have any groupies?
I don’t kiss and tell.

How important are politics in todays society?
I really like to keep my ear open to what is going on in politics but for the most part I feel that politicians just simply feed us what they think we want to hear in order to obtain or hold on to power.  Many of these people are dangerous idiots and they should stay away from children.

Do you think you will make a bigger impression on the world as a musician or doing something else? If something else, then what?
I would like to think that the music I have created with my friends throughout my time as a musician brings people happiness and they never tire of listening to it.

Who was your favorite bandmate?
My old band, Arm The Poor, had an inflatable whale named Frank The Asshole who hung around us for a bit. He was alright.

Ultimate band to open for?
Ramones

What was your favorite gig?
When Feral Babies got to play with Off!  That was amazing!

What made you want to be in a band?
Playing guitar by yourself gets boring.

Who do you aspire to be in 5 years?
Myself

What do you see in the future of punk rock?
Well there is absolutely no money in it.  You have to do it because you love it!  As long as there are kids who have a passion for good music and have a will to play it, punk will always be around.

Are you hungry right now?
I could go for a sandwich.  Are you buying?

SELF PORTRAIT


CHOOSE ONE

BLACK FLAG or CIRCLE JERKS: Circle Jerks
DEAD BOYS or CRO MAGS: Dead Boys
MAD SIN or DOA: DOA
AGNOSTIC FRONT or THE GERMS: The Germs
THE CASUALTIES or PENNYWISE: The Casualties
ADOLESCENTS or NEW YORK DOLLS: New York Dolls
SUICIDAL TENDENCIES or THE DEAD MILKMEN: Dead Milkmen
FLOGGING MOLLY or THE ADICTS: Flogging Molly
FUGAZI or SUBHUMANS: Subhumans
MISFITS or THE CLASH: Misfits
BAD BRAINS or MINOR THREAT: Bad Brains
OPERATION IVY or DEAD KENNEDYS: Dead Kennedys

If you’d like to take him to lunch. Leave us a comment and we’ll send him your info 🙂

GET TO KNOW: Flipper drummer Stephen DePace

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Flipper | Photo: Edward Colver

FLIPPER interview by: Jess Braam
CONCEIVED: 1979
WHERE: SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA
REUNITED: 2005
BAND MATES: Bruce Loose(vocals), Ted Falconi(guitar), Rachel Thoele(bass).
MUSICIAN NAME: Stephen DePace (Drummer)

In your memory, what was the first punk band ever?
I have to say Iggy & The Stooges. For me that was the first Punk Band. I think Iggy kicked it off around 1969 or so. I also believe that Punk Rock goes beyond any one style of fashion or one style of music. If you only think of Punk as someone sporting a liberty spike and stud covered leather jacket with patches of their favorite hard core bands, then you are missing the point. Punk is not a uniform, it’s an attitude and the courage to get out and rebel against the shit music that the industry wants to sell you, or the way the government wants you to bend over and take it, or the way mainstream society expects you to look. People can decide to be what they want, so you can choose to be what everyone wants you to be, or you can blaze your own trail. Blazing your own trail, and doing it the way you want to do it, is Punk Rock.

What made you want to be in a band?
The Sex Pistols show at Winterland in January of 1978. I wanted to be in a band before that, but seeing that show is what made me go do it. We had the Mabuhay Gardens in San Francisco, which was the city’s punk club, and that was all I needed to find the people to play with, and the place to play.

Who is the better band of brothers, the Ramones or the Meat Puppets?
Meat Puppets, and we are taking with them about trying to do some shows together this year. Let’s make it happen!

Kurt Cobain of Nirvana and his iconic hand drawn Flipper T

What does it feel like to know you are looked up to by aspiring and accomplished bands alike?
It feels great, like we have accomplished something that will live on. Not only have we influenced countless bands, but countless individuals have expressed gratitude for our music having gotten them through tough times, and given them great memories of some of the wildest shows ever.

What is your favorite kind of fish?
Salmon. And like salmon, we have been swimming upstream for 33 years now. We have spawned many new bands, but we don’t die from spawning. We are Flipper and Flipper Still Rules!

Ultimate band to open for?
I would like to open for the Red Hot Chili Peppers on their current world tour. There, I said it. It’s out in the Universe. LOL

Why do you want to open for the red hot chili peppers?
I have known Flea and Anthony since they started in the Peppers. In the early days we hung out a lot, and I went to a ton of their shows, with my housemate, D.H. Peligro, drummer from DKs. He ended up playing with them for about a year, just before Chad Smith. I have always been a fan, and I think it’s amazing that they stuck it out, and have survived and thrived in spite of all they have been through. As far as why I would like to open for them, it’s because I do have that respect for them, and they are one of the biggest bands in the world. Who wouldn’t want to take the opportunity to play on a big stage like that, at least once.

Best band to open for you?
Violent Femmes opened for us in the early 80s, and Green Day opened for us in the early 90s. Can you believe it?

Favorite bands you have opened for?
Melvins / Iggy & The Stooges / Sonic Youth / GWAR

What do you think about Green Day and the success they’ve had while still claiming punk?
Once you start doing epic power ballads and Broadway plays, I think you give up the Punk thing. The term Punk, is used for marketing by the music industry.  Punk Rock in America, was originally the rebellion against what we called “corporate rock,” which was the status quo in the 1970s. Big commercial rock bands that had no connection to the kid in the street. Music had become so technical, and perfect, and sterile. If you were a kid and wanted to play in a band, it seemed unattainable because you felt like you had to be so technically proficient, that it would take you years of schooling, before you could even try to jam with someone. Punk Rock needed to come along to tear all that down. Johnny Rotton in 1978, said that the goal of the Sex Pistols was to destroy Rock n Roll. That is what he was talking about. You didn’t come out of the gate sounding like “Dookie.” You wanted to sound raw like “Search and Destroy.” If you were a kid and wanted to play in a band, at least you had a starting point. Punk Rock was about, “Anyone could do it.”

What was your favorite gig?
There have been so many amazing gigs that we have played, it’s impossible to name just one as a favorite. But one of the stand outs was, Bad Brains / Flipper / Gang Green, in the early 80s at the Rock Hotel in NYC.

What is your favorite Flipper album?
GENERIC FLIPPER, and it so happens that this album is celebrating it’s 30 years @ 33rpm anniversary in 2012. HAPPY BIRTHDAY GENERIC FLIPPER!!!
A limited anniversary edition on colored vinyl, will be available sometime this year.

What is your favorite live album? Favorite Flipper live album?
The first live album I got into was Iggy and the Stooges, TV EYE.  Another classic is Lou Reed’s ROCK N ROLL ANIMAL.
As for Flipper live albums, of course Public Flipper Limited is awesome, not only for the music but the fold out Flipper game board cover on the vinyl album will give you countless hours of fun! What other band gives you a full on board game to play while you listen to classic live Flipper recorded between 1980 & 1985. The story of how PFL got it’s name is classic too. Public Image copied the Generic concept for an album they released in 1985. We had this double live album planned for release, and I came up with the idea to call it Public Flipper Limited, so as to pay back the complement. The sincerest form of flattery and all….

Next serious studio session for a new album?
We are planning to write new songs beginning in January and will be recording in spring or summer, with a new release planned by fall 2012.
We will also be releasing “Kali” which is an album of never before released studio recordings from early 80s. This album is epic and classic Flipper!!! Also releasing a Live at CBGBs album from 1983.

Describe what CBGBS was to you.
CBGBs was AWESOME for me. We played there many times and every show was sold out and packed to the gills. It was a magical place to play. The sound on stage was the best anywhere. I have no clue why, since all the equipment looked like it had been to war and back. And I guess it had… We had a huge fanbase in NYC in the 80s. We played everywhere, but the favorite spot was always CBGBs. The first time we play was a two night stand, and we got lucky with parking spot directly in front of the club. The club manager from the prior gig, had given us a truck load of beer and booze to take with us. So we ended up setting up bar and serving drinks to everyone in front of CBs. That was classic… We left the truck parked out in front overnight, and when we came back the next afternoon, it was covered in graffiti. Welcome to the Bowery…

Describe your first “rockstar” moment.
Playing a gig at the infamous Studio 54 in NYC around 1983 or so…

Tell us your favorite punk story.
Getting shut down under threat of violence by gorilla sized bouncers and thrown out the back door of Studio 54, once they realized we were a PUNK BAND.

Which of the 7 dwarves are you?
The one that nailed Snow White. You didn’t know about that one, did you… ha ha ha

Was snow white easy or did you have to work for it?
Me being so small, I could easily slip under her dress as we danced and sang Flipper songs into the wee hours of the night. She never seemed to mind….
The toughest thing was keeping the other dwarves away. They all wanted a piece of my action.

How has technology changed your career?
The only thing that has changed for me is the way we record. The last studio record we recorded, “Love” was done on Protools, start to finish. We have also done mixing and mastering of old analog recordings in digital as well. We used to do all of that in analog on recording devices the size of a washing machine. Doing edits on tape with a razor blade, and rewinding over and over again during mixing. All of that is done inside a computer now. We used to walk away from recording sessions with these big heavy tapes, and now all the albums you ever recorded can fit on a pocket size hardrive. If we could afford to record on tape, we probably would, but digital is so much cheaper and more efficient. And you don’t have to store those big heave tapes anymore.

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Gone Fishin' Album artwork

What is your legacy?
All the recordings that we have released over 33 years. All the shows and tours we have done, as well as all the memories of all the crazy shit that we have lived through. All the fans and people we have touched with our music and insane shows. Having given our friends and fans the memories of those crazy shows and the stories to tell about them. I will close by saying this of our legacy… “FLIPPER SUFFERED FOR THEIR MUSIC, NOW IT’S YOUR TURN.”

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JUICE MAGAZINE in association with DC-JAM RECORDS present SK8TRACKS VOLUME 3

Sk8Tracks Volume 3 is live! We teamed up with DC-Jam Records once again to bring you free music. This time we got Jello Biafra & The Guantanamo School of Medicine, The Meat Puppets, Fishbone, Joe Buck Yourself, Flipper, Feral Babies, Duane Peters & The Great Unwashed, OFF!, The Boardlords and Wayne Kramer. You can listen and download all of the tracks here. On top of the tunes we’ll be bringing you album reviews and exclusive interviews with some of our participants as well as opportunities to win some gear. We started off with drummer Stephen DePace from Flipper.

Also, For the entire months of January and February all Juice Magazine readers will receive 20 percent off of any DC-Jam Records purchase through their E Store. Simply plug in the code “JuiceMagazine” during checkout to redeem savings. The store is located at www.dcjamrecords.bigcartel.com

If you want more information on any of the artists stay tuned for interviews from Keith Morris, Wayne Kramer & The Boardlords in Juice Magazine 69 and others on the Juice Magazine Blog.

PANHANDLE SLIM “L.A. FOLK” ART SHOW

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PANHANDLE SLIM “L.A. FOLK” ART SHOW COVERAGE

OCTOBER. 15, 2011

RANCH-N-ROLL

PHOTOS BY DAN LEVY

Libby Knudson, artist and sole proprietor, of what has become one of the coolest galleries in Los Angeles, the Ranch-N-Roll, played host to yet another epic art expose’ on October 15, 2011. This evening featured the colorful and impacting works of deep South folk artist Panhandle Slim. Some in the skateboarding world might know him as Scott Stanton, one of the infamous Zorlac team warrior rippers. Others may know him through his unique Southern folk music with a twist. In whatever capacity you know of Panhandle Slim, his artistic talent is as unprecedented as his unassuming demeanor and relentless passion for creating his art in all forms.

This show highlighted a vibrant body of work encapsulating a diverse array of prolific musicians, skateboarders, poets, politicians, writers and other persons of merit. All of the paintings included quotes from the highlighted individual along with a caricature style portrait. It was  overwhelmingly pleasant as you moved through the space and took in the power of the pieces coupled by the humor and sarcasm behind all the icons portrayed.

The opposing walls and displays were decorated with original works by Libby Knudson embellishing her custom country flair and unique eye for functional impacting display. The wooden cases were filled with authentic Western apparel and perfectly worn in cowboy boots giving you the sense of being in an old Western thoroughfare within shouting distance of a saloon.

The back patio served as a speak easy for the evening with an intimate setting where the small elite crowd was fortunate to experience a one of a kind performance by Rain Phoenix.  This duo performed a rendition of “California Uber Alles” by the Dead Kennedies with a hauntingly prolific energy that left the entire audience in awe. The spirits were flowing as the barkeeper worked frivolously to appease the temporary saloon serving with a smile and sarcastic wit.

Panhandle Slim took a small detour from selling his art to sing a country song with Rain Phoenix bringing some Southern gut to the City of Angels. Exene Cervenka of legendary punk band X was in attendance along with art collectors and other Los Angeles elite.

The show was a complete success as Ranch-N-Roll continues to play host to some of the best modern-day artists in the world. Stay tuned for more to come from Panhandle Slim at http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=814093496.

Make sure to check out Ranch and Roll when you are in the Los Angeles area and pick up one of Libby’s custom-made Guadalupe chairs while you’re there. http://www.facebook.com/pages/Ranch-n-Roll/125615207451186

JUICE MAGAZINE – EVENTS CALENDAR

JUICE MAGAZINE EVENT LISTING 2011-2012

The Juice Magazine Event Listing represents a mix of dates from press releases and current news outlets. If you see a mistake, please email us. All event listings are subject to change. If you have news or an event you’d like to have listed please email juice@juicemagazine.com.

1031 Tour

Nov 8 – 1031 Tour

Nov 10 – RS2 Solid Sound @ Tres Gringos (San Jose, CA)

Billly Al Bengston

Nov 11 – Billy Al Bengston @ Subliminal Projects (1331 W. Sunset Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90026) 7PM – 10PM

Shut Up and Skate

Nov 12 – Texas Style Transitionary Ritual @ Overground Project ( 2117 S. Ervay St. Dallas, Texas

Coldman Jam

Nov 12 – Cold Man Jam 5 @ Pier 62, NYC, NY, 10AM – 3PM

Nov 12 – Recent Work by Peggy Oki Opening Reception @ the Sojourner Cafe (134 E. Canon Perdido, Santa Barbara, CA 93101)

Harold Hunter Day

Nov 12 – Harold Hunter Day V @ 12TH L.E.S. Skatepark (New York City, NY)

Nov 12- Kar and Bike Show @ Downtown Wilmington, NC on Princess St. from Frount St. to 3rd St.

Nuclear Blast Scion Music Showcase

Nov 12 – Nuclear Blast presents Exodus, All Shall Parish, Origin & Decrepit Birth @ The Roxy (9009 Sunset Blvd. West Hollywood, CA 90069)

Nov 12 – RAT Tour @ Lewisville Skatepark (1031 S. Railroad Park, Lewisville, TX 75057)

Nov 12 – Memphis Skate Park Grand Opening (Memphis, TN) 10AM

Nov 12-Dec 20 – Vans Triple Crown of Surfing @ North Shore, Oahu, HI

Nov 13 – Invincible Skateboards Launch Party/Art Show @ Tiger Tiger Bar in North Park, San Diego, CA) 6PM

King of Crete

Nov 19 – King Of ‘Crete Florida Bowlriders Cup @ Orlando Skatepark (400 Festival Way Orlando, FL 32803) 11AM

Nov 19 – Grind For Ray @ Greenfield Grind Skate Park (1701 Burnett Boulevard, Wilmington, NC) 9AM

Nov 19 – Punk Rock BBQ Make Up Show @ The Queens Wharf (555 Pico Ave. Long Beach, CA)

Nov 19 – The Ian Tilmann Foundation’s Benefit Rock Fest & Board – A – Thon @ MLK Community Center / Stirling Skate Park (550 Laura Lane Dunedin, FL 34698-4927) 10AM

Nov 19-20 – Telekom Extreme Playground @ Berlin, Germany

Nov 19- Dec 31- Surfing Santa and Surfboard Auction @ The Ritz- Carlton, Laguna Niguel

Nov 24-Dec 6 – O’Neill World Cup @ Sunset Beach, Oahu, HI (tentative)

Nov 26 – Venice Surf-A-Thon @ Venice Beach, CA

Nov 26 – Venice Thanksgiving Throwdown @Venice Beach Skate Park (Venice, CA)

Dec 1- 4 – Tampa AM @ Skatepark of Tampa, Tampa, FL

Dec 1-Feb 28 – Quiksilver in Memory of Eddie Aikau @ Waimea Bay, Oahu, HI

Dec 3 – N-Men 2011 Christmas Party @ The Blue Lamp (Sacramento, CA) 9PM

Dec 8-20 – ASP World Tour Billabong Pipe Masters @ Banzai Pipeline, Oahu, HI

2012

Agenda Trade Show

Jan 5 – 6 – Agenda @ Long Beach Convention Center (300 E. Ocean Blvd. Long Beach, CA 90802)

March 19 – 23 – The Ultimate Boarder Surfing on Seaside Reef in Cardiff, CA

Mar 23-25 – Tampa Pro @ Skatepark of Tampa, Tampa, FL

March 24 Ultimate Boarder Skateboarding @ The Del Mar Fairgrounds

May 12 – 13 – OluKai Ho’Olaule’a Ocean Festival (Maui, HI)

June 8 – 10 – 16th Annual Electric Daisy Carnival @ The Las Vegas Motor Speedway (Las Vegas, NV)

June 15 – 17 – AM2 2012 @ The Anaheim Convention Center (800 West Katella Avenue, Anaheim, CA 92802)