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Photos: Bloated Saturday 2


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Arms Aloft performs at Gabe’s during Bloated Saturday 2 . Friday, Aug. 25, 2017. –photo by Zak Neumann

For the second year Bloated Kat Records’ Bloated Saturday festival took over both stages at Gabe’s with back to back 30 minute sets from over 30 punk bands of all stripes. This year’s festival was so bloated it stretched across both Friday and Saturday nights (Aug. 25 and 26) and featured a host of local, national and international acts.[/vc_column_text][vc_row][vc_column width=”1/1″][hcode_image_gallery image_gallery_type=”lightbox-gallery” simple_image_type=”feet” lightbox_type=”masonry” column=”4″ image_gallery=”122479,122480,122487,122497,122498,122503,122502,122483,122500,122485,122486,122493,122492,122481,122482,122488,122489,122490,122501,122494,122495,122484,122499,122491,122496″][/vc_column][/vc_row]


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