Fullerton's low-down/hi-cred label and record store throws a moist 'n' meaty all-day barbecue/musical feast featuring choice-cut teen-beat combos to suit every taste. Garage-rock stylizers Jacuzzi Boys will be there, and L.A. dreamy punk-rock trio Cherry Glazerr, too; also Portland's punk ragnarok White Fang, lo-fi indie legend R. Stevie Moore (who plays selections from his 400-plus cassette releases), equally legendary weird funk icon Gary Wilson, and a varied batch of somehow relevant other artists including Lovely Bad Things, The Blank Tapes, Colleen Green, Adult Books, Beach Party, Girlpool, Wax Children, The Buttertones, French Vanilla, Palm Reader, Sultan Bathery, Los Craters, NO-FI and — got room for dessert? — impassioned, funny and wholly impure punk rock from ex–Black Flag/Circle Jerks dude Keith Morris and his jumpin', jackin' OFF!

Sun., Aug. 31, 3 p.m., 2014
(Expired: 08/31/14)

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