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  • Video: DJ party or massive mess? Uprising: The Paint Fight to splatter Garden City

    Put your phone in a plastic baggie. National tour Uprising: The Paint Fight will return March 4 to the Revolution Center in Garden City. After the venue is draped in plastic, a DJ will crank tunes while paint guns are handed out to fans. Then the multi-color madness begins. Paint cannons will blast streams from upstairs. Black lights will make everyone glow with neon paint. It's a big, huge production and a big, huge mess. It drew about 2,000 people last time it visited, according to RevCenter owner Creston Thornton. "It's a crazy party!" he adds. Tickets are $15 at Ticketfly.

Video: DJ party or massive mess? Uprising: The Paint Fight to splatter Garden City

Put your phone in a plastic baggie. National tour Uprising: The Paint Fight will return March 4 to the Revolution Center in Garden City. After the venue is draped in plastic, a DJ will crank tunes while paint guns are handed out to fans. Then the multi-color madness begins. Paint cannons will blast streams from upstairs. Black lights will make everyone glow with neon paint. It's a big, huge production and a big, huge mess. It drew about 2,000 people last time it visited, according to RevCenter owner Creston Thornton. "It's a crazy party!" he adds. Tickets are $15 at Ticketfly.
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