Second of July Party at PS14

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HA HA Help! is doing a little patriotic party thing over at PS 14 this coming Saturday Thursday.  The eccentric, frequently pantsless and often interesting experimental noise outfit from here in the swamp state haven't been playing out all that much lately.  Here is a chance to celebrate as well as chill with and observe what Miami's art-noise people are doing right now.  Dollar beers until midnight.  Plus Benton is throwing down some tunes, which is always a nice thing.  A photostream from the Summer will be part of the deal.

The Show starts at 10 p.m. and is free at PS 14 (28 NE 14th St.)

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