You can't buy tickets for Insane Clown Posse's next metro Detroit area show.
That's because they're free.
The Farmington Hills-based rap duo has declared Feb. 21 to be Juggalo Day in honor of its devoted and enthusiastic fans -- who have been smeared by an FBI designation as a gang, which is being contested in court. That night's Take Me Home Free Show show takes place at Detroit's Masonic Temple Auditorium, and it's doubling as a food drive for Gleaners Food Bank; tickets can be acquired at the Masonic box office, the Crofoot Ballroom box office in Pontiac and Rock of Ages in Gardem City in exchange for a non-perishable food item. There's a limit of four tickets for person.
Tickets are also available online via www.TicketWeb.com, and those fans are expected to bring food items to the show. ICP will also present one of its JCW Live wrestling shows in addition to its performance.
On Feb. 20, meanwhile, ICP will be hosting an "opening ceremony" at the Masonic's Jack White Theater, showing its two films, "Big Money Hustla$" and "Big Money Rustla$." ICP and White collaborated on the 2011 single "Leck Mich Im Arsch." Tickets are $5 and available also available via TicketWeb.
For more information on the Juggalo Day events, visit www.hatcherherald.com.
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