Trash Talk's Free Tour With Odd Future's Left Brain: "Bring Your Grandma, Bring Everybody"

"Gonna be a crazy one."

And that's a promise from the Trash Talk dudes.

Tomorrow night, those Cali hardcore punks (AKA Spencer, Sam, Lee, and Garrett) are throwing a totally no-charge, all-ages rager at downtown Miami's Grand Central, with the homie Left Brain of Odd Future.

Oh, and it also starts at 5 in the evening.

See also: Review & Photos: Trash Talk's Free Tour With Odd Future's Left Brain - Grand Central, Miami

The MIA show is the second (and southernmost) stop on TT's 17-city Free Tour in honor of the new studio record, No Peace.

Trash Talk's Free Tour Dates

June 9 Tampa, FL

June 10 Miami, FL

June 12 Atlanta, GA

June 13 Richmond, VA

June 14 Baltimore, MD

June 15 Philadelphia, PA

June 17 Brooklyn, NY

June 18 Pittsburgh, PA

June 19 Columbus, OH

June 20 Detroit, MI

June 21 Chicago, IL

June 22 Iowa City, IA

June 23 Omaha, NE

June 24 Denver, CO

June 25 Salt Lake City, UT

June 27 Oakland, CA

June 28 Los Angeles, CA

Other guests of note for the 305 gig: Local crew Homestretch and (according to the official tour trailer) Trash Talk's little 12-year-old Asian pal Kevin.

As the band says: "All ages and free -- you got no excuse. Bring your grandma. Bring everybody."

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Trash Talk. With Left Brain and Homestretch. Tuesday, June 10. Grand Central, 697 N. Miami Ave., Miami. The show starts at 5 p.m. and admission is free at the door until the club reaches capacity. Call 305-377-2277 or visit

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