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Insane Clown Posse Cancels Show Following Venue’s Ban of Faygo

October 24, 2015 | Posted by Larry Csonka

– According to NME, the Insane Clown Posse cancelled a show after a venue in San Diego raised concerns about damage likely to be caused by the spraying Faygo cola. Faygo is a signature of the group; it is mentioned in several of their songs and became a tradition that the pair sprays their audience with the drink during shows (called the Faygo shower). The show was scheduled for Thursday night, and they released the following statement regarding the situation.

“Juggalos, tonight’s show at the North Park Observatory has been cancelled over concerns of venue damage due to all the Faygo throwing. Well, it aint an Insane Clown Posse show without Faygo so that means we’ve been left with no choice but to call off the show…as stale as f*ck as that is.

To all those SoCal/San Diego ninjas who bought tickets for tonight’s show…WE’RE SORRY AS F*CK! You can get your tickets refunded at their point of purchase. To everyone who purchased a VIP package from Hatchet Gear, we’ll be issuing you a refund promptly. However, WE ARE STILL MAILING YOU YOUR LIMITED VIP COMMEMORATIVE TOUR AMULET! It’s not your fault–or ours–that the show was cancelled, so you’re still receiving your charm in the mail.

Again, Juggalos, we’re super f*cking sorry about this and hopefully we can perform for our San Diego Juggalos at some point in the future. MCL!”

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