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DOWNTOWN WILMINGTON, NC (NEWS RELEASE) — Join us Friday for the FREE Downtown Sundown Concert Series.

“The Breakfast Club,” America’s Favorite ’80s Tribute Band, will headline from 8 to 10 p.m.

Opening act, Gypsy Fire, will play from 6:00pm – 8:00pm. Half of the proceeds from wristband sales will benefit the Cape Fear Community College Alumni Association.

No pets or outside beverages permitted. Wristbands will be sold for $1 per person to those who wish to drink alcohol at the event. Beer/wine tickets available for $5 each.

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Ted in Wilmie
2015 years 10 months ago

“America’s favorite 80s tribute band?” Heheh. The WayWay rides again to their unique perspective on things!

By the way(way?) geniuses, 80s does not have an apostrophe. Call your college and apologize.

2015 years 10 months ago

Hey, Ted! Thanks for the comment! But for the record, the more egregious error, grammatically, is your mixing of metaphors. I quote your comment: “The WayWay rides again to their unique perspective on things!” It is quite literally – and, ya know, pretty much metaphorically – impossible to “ride” on a “perspective.” Maybe “give” or “share” their unique perspective. But “ride”? WTF? Rookie mistake, though: don’t feel bad.

PS: Heard about yer baby lap-hog. Sorry, dood.

America's Favorite Guest
2015 years 10 months ago

This band is an incredible bore, and has been so for several years. The opening act is a snoozer, too. Covers and more covers…Year after year.

Come on WDI, The bands you choose are unoriginal…Are you capable of an original thought/choice amongst yourselves?

Gypsy Fire
2015 years 10 months ago

Hey, thanks AFG! Glad you recognized/loved the Snoozers covers! They are definitely one of our biggest influences! Thanks for supporting local music/hangin’ in there!

PS: Heard about your snoozin’ lap-hog: sorryboutcha.


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