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Too Much Metal and Summerfest Partner

Too Much Metal and Summerfest have teamed up to introduce 12 new and exclusive t-shirt designs celebrating the 50th edition of the iconic music festival in Milwaukee.

By - Apr 16th, 2017 07:30 pm
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MILWAUKEE – Too Much Metal for One Hand is honored to announce a special Pop Up Shop with Summerfest on Gallery Night, Friday April 21 at 6pm. Too Much Metal and Summerfest have teamed up to introduce 12 new and exclusive t-shirt designs celebrating the 50th edition of the iconic music festival in Milwaukee.

The 12 designs will feature six designs from Too Much Metal six designs from Summerfest. They will be available for two days only, April 21 and April 22, at the Too Much Metal Showroom, 207 East Buffalo St 3rd Floor Milwaukee, WI 53202. To guarantee admission and all access to the Too Much Metal / Summerfest Pop Up Shop, patrons must purchase their shirts online at http://toomuchmetal.com/summerfest.

“We’re building this night like a VIP record drop. In fact, we have actually pressed and made 200 limited edition gold records commemorating Summerfest’s achievement. There’s real gold metallic powder printed on this record…it’s insanely rad,” said Fred Gillich, Too Much Metal designer.

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