Friday, August 27, 2010

Tomorrow's the Big Day LeBoisekateers

Posted By on Fri, Aug 27, 2010 at 4:32 PM


We've been yammering on about The Big LeBoise for near on three months now. And if we've done it right, that means you should all be marching back and forth chanting the schedule in unison while performing the official BW salute.

But in case you've been in cave on Mars with your ears plugged, BW is throwing a rocking block party tomorrow, on Saturday, Saturday, SATURDAAAAY!

We're kicking it off with a Bloody Mary showdown between Quinn's and the Piper Pub at 10 in the a.m. Judging are Bingo Barnes. Doug Flanders, Josh from "The V", FameFifteen and Minerva Jayne.

Once everyone is sufficiently full of peppered booze, there's a killer music lineup (see below) from 11 a.m.-6 p.m., followed by a DJ-led dance party.

If you get hungry, there's grub and booze from Willi B's, Kickin Chickin, the Boise Co-Op, City Peanut Shop and Ben and Jerry's.

And on top of all that, we're raffling off a sweet Vespa S 50 scooter. Tickets are only $10 and we're going to be selling 'em right up to go time.

All that said, you'd have to be crazy not to check it out. And we mean like, this guy, crazy. But since reading BW is a clear sign of sanity, that's obviously not the case and we'll expect to see y'all on Saturday.

In one final piece of Big LeBoise news, sadly, Fauxbois had to step aside from their 4 p.m. "rock slot." Luckily, the judges selected a runner-up who would step in should for any reason Fauxbois be unable to fulfill their 4 p.m. duties.

And that runner-up is ... A Seasonal Disguise.

The complete lineup is now..

11 a.m. The fleet-fingered jamming of Sherpa.
High noon: The bare-footed stomping of Hillfolk Noir.
1 p.m. The boot-gazing stylings of New Transit
2 p.m. The adorable munchkins of the Boise Rock School.
3 p.m. The Trevor Kamplains of ATTN
4 p.m. The real faces of A Seasonal Disguise.
And rounding things out at 5 p.m. The omnipresence of Finn Riggins.

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