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Potty-mouthed punks in Pottsville

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Punk rock and hardcore music lovers in the Pottsville region will be treated to a smorgasbord of energetic music when the all-ages Potty Punkfest rolls into town on Saturday.

Pottsville melodic punk band Ever Since Darwin decided it was time the region’s youth had an opportunity to experience live local music. Ever Since Darwin will share the stage with other local punk and hardcore bands Trust and Fall, Knights Like These, Reset Life, and As We Stand.

The alcohol- and drug-free event will begin at 6.30 with the first band taking the stage at 7pm sharp. There will be giveaways throughout the night, and band merchandise, snacks and soft drinks will be available for purchase.

Tickets are $10 and are available from Bodyboarders Surf Co at Coolangatta, Cabarita Surf shop, and Marshall Computers at Pottsville.

Catch the fest at Pottsville Beach Community Hall on Saturday.


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