32 Years of Oblivion-Party at Ground Zero
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Respectable Street once again brings Great Live Music to Downtown WPB at the 500 Block Party with Fishbone, Cold Cave and 30 other bands

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. - eMusicWire -- Respectable Street celebrates a remarkable 32 years the only way they know how: with another FREE massive block party! This year, Respectable Street is proud to feature Fishbone as their main talent. Fishbone, "One of the most distinctive and eclectic alternative rock bands of the late 80's" played Respectable Street 18 years ago. Dark -wave synth wizard Cold Cave will also be performing along with 30 other acts including The Ordinary Boys, Lavola and the Grey 8s on 7 stages throughout the 500 block of Clematis.

Celebrate with an Open Bar from 8-9pm and of course free pizza (While it lasts)!
If free pizza isn't your thing, you can always try one of the great restaurants in the area; tacos at Lost Weekend, sushi at Voltaire, Kapow! Noodle Bar or Hullabaloo.

You can also celebrate in style with VIP tickets. Enjoy open bar all night long, free buffet at the Ground Zero hospitality tent, a commemorative anniversary t-shirt and priority entry into all venues with your VIP status. All tickets are available at www.respectablestreet.com

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For more information, check out https://www.facebook.com/events/2439836026085721/

• Saturday, September 21

• Fishbone and Cold Cave Performing Live

• 30 More Bands

• Open Bar 8-9pm

• Free Pizza

• Free Event on the 500 block

• Upgrade your experience by purchasing a VIP ticket

About Respectable Street: Opened in 1987 Respectable Street (https://sub-culture.org/respectable-street) was the first location and the concept behind the Subculture Group. Built in an old Salvation Army building circa 1923 Respectable Street has hosted over 1000 live acts ranging from the first performing avant garde act Chris and Cosey to The Red Hot Chili Peppers.

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Source: Subculture Group
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