RampArt Skatepark
RampArt Indoor Skatepark

Good Riddance /MDC / Cigar / KLOD

November 8th, 2019

DisBeatCrasher and RampArt Skatepark Presents:

Good Riddance – Good Riddance is a hardcore punk band from Santa Cruz, California which was formed in the early 1990s. The band grew out of California’s vibrant surfing and skateboarding culture and was influenced by such bands as Black Flag, The Adolescents, TSOL and Bad Religion as well as East Coast bands like Sick Of It All and the Cro Mags.

The group’s early years were spent going through line up changes, playing local and regional shows and recording demos as they developed their sound. Early tours and a 7” record release on Little Deputy Records in 1993 (“Gidget”) brought the band widespread interest and overwhelmingly positive reviews.

In 1994 the band caught the interest of Fat Wreck Chords who released the “Decoy” 7″ later that year while the band hit the studio with producer Ryan Greene to record their first full length album “For God And Country” which was released in early 1995.

Over the next decade Good Riddance went on to release seven full length albums and an EP for Fat while crisscrossing the globe dozens of times on tour. The band developed a dedicated and passionate fan base through their constant touring and politically charged music. Good Riddance began donating a portion of their record sales to various organizations and doing whatever they could to raise awareness about the causes they felt strongly about.
https://goodriddance.bandcamp.com/music

MDC – Millions Of Dead Cops – American punk rock band formed in Austin, Texas in 1981. The band was subsequently based in San Francisco, California, and are currently based in Portland, Oregon. Originally formed as The Stains before changing their name, the band also changed their name to a different initialism of MDC with every new record released. They play fast hardcore punk music espousing far-left sociopolitical ideals, with singer Dave Dictor expressing his animal rights, gay rights, transgender rights, pro-racial equality and anti-capitalist convictions.
https://theantidonts.bandcamp.com/track/mdc-no-trump-no-kkk-no-fascist-usa

Cigar – American punk rock band from Eugene, Oregon, later, San Diego, California and now Portland, Oregon. Cigar was formed in 1996, discovered by Fletcher Dragge of the band Pennywise.
https://cigartheband.bandcamp.com/

Local Support From:

KLOD – Cruster Crushers
https://klodcruster.bandcamp.com/

DOORS @ 7:00PM
MUSIC @ 8:00PM

TICKET INFO: $17
PRE-SALE: https://goodriddance.brownpapertickets.com/

ALL AGES
BEER BAR WITH ID
Sound Provided By: TBA
Food Provided By: Casamiento
***ABSOLUTELY NO Ins and Outs***

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Gatecreeper / Exhumed / Necrot / Judiciary

December 1st, 2019

DisBeatCrasher and RampArt Skatepark Presents:

Gatecreeper – Arizona Caveman Music. Death Metal.
https://gatecreeper.bandcamp.com

Exhumed – Gore Fucking Metal from San Jose, California.
https://exhumed.bandcamp.com

Necrot – Death Metal Punk from Oakland, California

Judiciary West Texas Hardcore
https://judiciarytx.bandcamp.com

DOORS @ 7:30PM
MUSIC @ 8:00PM

TICKET INFO: $22
PRE-SALE: Gatecreeper.brownpapertickets.com

ALL AGES
BEER BAR WITH ID

 

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RampArt Indoor Skatepark

700 S G St, Arcata, CA 95521

(707) 826-0675

info@rampartskatepark.org

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Brandon Stephens
Brandon Stephens
17:07 07 Aug 19
The staff is always nice, and the park itself is a lot of fun
Serena Giordano
Serena Giordano
19:07 26 Jul 19
My 6 year old son enjoyed his time here. It was his first summer camp. The art work, outdoor skate area and dodgeball were his favorite parts. The staff I met included the owner, whose name escapes me and Travis who seems to be the organizer of the camp. They were incredibly nice and helpful. I wish I could say we had an amazing experience but one parent kinda overshadowed my kiddos first camp and his idea of an indoor skatepark by acting like a literal madman. The guy's behavior made drop off the next day even harder for my autistic and already anxious son. My only real complaint with RampArt's summer camp program is that I wish there would have been a little more one on one time available especially for the young ones/special needs and less of a free for all skate session all day all week...perhaps lessons would more useful for beginners/newbies before camp.
Ronda Ford
Ronda Ford
15:00 09 Jun 18
This is an awesome place for kids/adults to spend time with each other & learn new tricks. Staff has always been great!
Jessica Cooper
Jessica Cooper
02:03 30 Jan 18
My son loves it!!!
Alan Unmack
Alan Unmack
21:37 23 Jan 18
HiddenofSquids
HiddenofSquids
00:52 03 Dec 17
Everything was AWESOME!! I learned so much tricks and going to down ramps!! Its really good when its rainy. So you don't have to deal with rain. 👍👍👍
Winter Faulk
Winter Faulk
06:26 02 Jun 17
Great indoor park to bring your kids
War Wolf
War Wolf
23:50 13 Apr 17
It was fantastic everyone there was incredibly friendly. i wish that they had one like this in Lompoc. The guy that was at the front desk helped me get a new board like he informed me on what size of board i had and put the grip tape on for me, overall he was very helpful and nice in how he went about saying everything.
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