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Fatty Cakes and the Puff Pastries, Squid Ink, Sturdy Ladies/more

Join Fatty Cakes and the Puff Pastries and Squid Ink on their Femme + Fury 2018 tour! Doors at 7PM / Show at 8PM - $7
Locals Sturdy Ladies and Hi My Name is Ryan join them for a night of awesomeness!

Fatty Cakes and the Puff Pastries 
Fatty Cakes and the Puff Pastries are a musical grrrl gang from Fresno, CA. Amber Fargano (lead vocals/electric ukulele), Vishinna Turner (backing vocals/bass), Audrey Johnson (drums), Staci Mcdowell (backing vocals/q chord) and Victoria Crow (backing vocals/glockenspiel) are known for casting spells on the hearts of their audiences of all ages. From empowering young girls at Girls' Rock Camps across California, to rocking the stage with Alice Bag at The Echo, FC&PP bring the punches and the laughs that keep people hungry for more.

Squid Ink
Squid Ink is a four piece band from Fresno, CA. With members Amber Williams (vox/guitar), Vishinna Turner (bass/vox), Audrey Johnson (drums/guitar), and Janell Bowen (bass/drums); blending the sounds of grunge, punk, and riot grrrl. Squid Ink creates music amplifying the voices of womxn and femmes combating the misogynoir, white supremacist, cis-heterosexist, capitalist, actual dystopia we live in.

Sturdy Ladies
Sturdy Ladies are based in Phoenix and their members have been in a whole buncha bands, like JJCnV, French Girls, The Peeps, Budget Sinatra, Jumping Bomb Girls, The She-Riffs, and more! From champagne and bubbles to a world where there's a Cat Olympics, to secret weapons, their garage rock songs de-liver!

Hi My Name is Ryan
Hi My Name Is Ryan is the solo project for AZ based artist / entertainer Ryan Avery. Ryan has the potential to bring people to tears. He’s a “goofball” sometimes, a lot of the time, sure, but it can also be the moments in which he is sharing the most fragile pieces of himself, more dark and less obvious stories and thoughts, the instances that prompt a friend to wonder if they should ask “is he really doing ok?” where I truly see a connection happening that is rare and vital in art.