The classic Facedown Fest is coming to Chino, CA. and if you don’t get your tickets soon, you may be on the outside looking in. The two nights are only $15 a night, or drop $25 for both nights and save five bucks.

And you should, too, because Facedown’s family roster should make for a great couple of nights. It will be Mouth of the South’s Facedown coming out party, while Sinai Beach will be holding a reunion show on the first night.

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