Now in its eighth year, Teller Elementary School's Tellerpalooza is an annual evening of music, dancing and all-ages fun tomorrow at the Mercury Cafe (2199 California Street). While the annual fundraiser is very much family-friendly, the event has attracted a diverse array of local artists and musicians -- boasting past performances by The Swayback, Devotchka and Wendy Woo.
This year's installment will feature music by Monroe Monroe, The Heyday, Pedals of Spain, Judge Roughneck and Earmark Saints in the upstairs room of the Merc, along with a performance by the Teller DPS student band. Downstairs, Buntport Theater's own live-action comic book, Trunks, will bring superheroes to life along with interactive games for the little ones. A bake sale will also be in full effect, along with the "Wall of Wine" raffle, a box of assorted bottles donated by Teller parents.
Tellerpalooza 8 kicks off at 4 p.m. and runs until 12:30 a.m. Admission is $18 for a single ticket or $60 for a family four-pack ( and lucky people under the age of three get in free). Tickets and t-shirts can be purchased at the Teller Elementary School website.
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