Robert Rich has confirmed he will be preforming a very special one-off show at the home of Brad Owen at 2905 Warburton Ave, Santa Clara, CA 95051 with an after show party to follow, this will be open to the public but seating will be very limited!
by Peter Thelen, Published 2015-04-11We will be asking for an $25.00 Donation to help cover costs. Advance tickets will be available at www.atomicimagingco.com under the Eclectic Store. There will only be 50 tickets, after that at the door will be first come till we are filled up! Food and some water, beer/wine/hard stuff will be provided but you will be able to bring your own too! Show time will be: July-11 at around 3pm to 5pm the after show party will end when it ends no set time there!
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Related artist(s): Robert Rich
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