Street team guru and international promoter Mama Trash of U.S.-based JGS Promotions, under the protection of Helsinki Vampires, presents the inaugural Mama Trash Festival a.k.a. Trash Fest 2008.
The festival will be held at Gloria in Helsinki, Finland on April 18-19, featuring performances and appearances by Mama Trash family artists. The event will be hosted by none other than Acey Slade (ex-MURDERDOLLS, TRASHLIGHT VISION).
The details are as follows:
Guest DJs: Darin Yevonde from DOPE STARS INC.
Tin Star and Hot Rod from GEMINI FIVE
Meet-and-Greet: Skinny from DEATHSTARS as well as performing artists
VIOLENT DIVINE (SWE)
PRIVATE LINE (FIN)
Guest DJ: Skinny from DEATHSTARS
Meet-and-Greet: SONIC ROOTS as well as performing artists
VANITY BEACH (FIN)
STEREO JUNKS! (FIN)
DOPE STARS INC. (ITA)
GEMINI FIVE (SWE)
Doors open each night at 8:00 p.m.
Special surprise guest appearances to be announced!
Ticket prices are 10 euros for one day or a two-day pass for 16 euros.
For more details, go to www.mamatrash.com.
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