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Free Music and Free Pretzels in Glendale.
Love Pretzels? Love Indie Rock? Often find yourself torn between these two passions like the protagonist in some kind of terrible 80s R&B song about adultery and not wanting to be right?
If that's you, then your tactile sensations love triangle is over. Tonight, Classical Geek Theatre and LA Underground are bringing together the sweet sound of indie rock and the soft salty goodness of some of LA's best Pretzels. It's at the Scene bar in Glendale and appropriately, it's called Rock With A Twist.
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And to drive the point home, Mary from the Monolators is setting everyone up with FREE homemade pretzels. We're talking soft, salty mustard goodness and the only thing it's gonna cost you is your ears and gas money.
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