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BBQ, Beer & Art ~ Tonight at Think Tank Gallery

1:53 PM PDT on September 17, 2015


Think Tank Gallery invites award-winning BBQ by Deaf Man's Sauce, exciting local artists, and a weekly art panel and music show for community get-together every Thursday in September.

TONIGHT! Teddy Kelly & Friends
Sept 17, 7-11PM

ft. “Creative Directing” panel with

•MACA [#QuestNutrition],
•Justin Lascelle [#REDDigitalCinema] and
•Nova Han [#Wilderbe]

This is a free show from 8-11PM, with a preceding panel limited to 100 seats at 7PM.

Buy tickets to the panel portion here ($5 Early Bird Special!):

Each artist has collaborated on a limited edition watch series by Modify Watches, and will debut their four designs on the opening of their exhibit, one of each being given away to a fan in attendance. Join us and our friends as we stimulate discussion over a beer, some art, live music, and some BBQ to close out 2015’s roaring Summer.

We are excited to be partnering with Grocery Ships, Modify Watches, and more for this first of four events in the series:

Join us and our friends as we stimulate discussion over a beer, some art, live music, and some BBQ to close out 2015’s roaring Summer.

For more information, visit and follow:


Follow the Headlining Artists from each week:

9/3: Baker’s Son –
9/10: Shplinton & Friends –
9/17: Teddy Kelly & Friends –
9/24: Austin England & Kingswell Tattoo –

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