Saturday, July 26, 2003  ~  Old Miami Amphitheater
Cass at Selden  ~  (313) 831-3830
5pm to 11pm  ~  $7.00 cover  ~  21 and over

email:  info@detroitpunkfest.com

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The Sillies were formed in Detroit in early 1977, second-billed to The MC5 and later played with The Dead Boys, The Damned, The Cramps, etc. and toured the United States and Canada. The band regrouped and toured the West Coast of North America in 2002 to support the release of their "debut" CD America's Most Wanton (Nebula/Scooch Pooch), and the video of their song "Heavy Breathing".

"...the music swaggers with New York Dolls-like panache and is as raunchy as Iggy Pop's reputation..." - Alternative Press

For more information about The Sillies, click here - or view a three minute video of "Love You To Death" shot live at the Lager House in April, 2003. 

Troubleman is the band.  Born and bred in the fire of rock, soul, punk, funk, Troubleman is one of the most creative bands to emerge from the Detroit music scene of the late 90's, creating an influential new guitar vocabulary. The sound of Troubleman is best described as a blend of Motor City heritage and a seven day weekend. Their music is loud and raw, combined with high energy that makes you wanna forget your place and just join the party.

For more information about Troubleman, click here.

The Gutterpunx have been cavorting around Detroit's local punk scene since the mid-'90s and played their first show at St. Andrew's Hall with fellow punk groups the Feisty Cadavers and the Beer Whores.  During the past few years, the band has toured the East Coast, performed at three Detroit Warped Tours and opened up for national acts such as Bad Religion, Dropkick Murphys, the Misfits, Suicide Machines and Blink 182.

For more information about The Gutterpunx, click here.

The Jollys - just added - Quick, catchy punk rock songs about girls, campin', killin' and Jerry Only that you wouldn't care about getting caught singing along to, combined with a rapid-fire live show- The Jollys are the true pride of SouthWest Detroit!

For more information about The Jollys, click here.

The Walkin' Talkin' Toxins with former members of The Hypnotics. The Toxins mix their originals with classics from the New York Dolls, The Stooges, Elvis Costello, The Velvet Underground, and the other great masters.
also appearing... Without Warning.
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