Tuesday, May 22, 2012

Let's Play Bingo Tonight

Posted By on Tue, May 22, 2012 at 5:00 PM

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Man-about-town Dan Hernandez is kicking off a new weekly bit of entertainment tonight at Auld Dubliner, mixing bingo with cheap drinks and prizes, which is just about any human being could ask for from a night out.

From tonight's event page on Facebook:

BINBIN BINGO!

I GOT A BINGO WHEEL
AULD DUBLINER HAS THE DRINKS

Its completely FREE to play , and every round we will be going away swag/ funny crap / concert tickets to Stateside Presents shows/ drink tickets!

Its at the auld dubliner, its crazy in there, like wood bar , tons of spots to sit and a smoking patio.

$3 makers Mark
$2 sessions

giving away 2 pair of tickets to :

PLANTS AND ANIMALS (5/23)at congress at 10pm
Hospitality & Leopold and his fiction (6/5) at plush at 11pm
Maps and atlases (6/5) at plush at 12am

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