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ROCK | Grand Reopening of Mellow Madness 

Mellow Madness is a well-known tattoo shop that's been located at the corner of South Clinton Avenue and Meigs Street since December 2017. After eight grueling months of completely gutting the space and rebuilding from the ground up, the business is hosting its grand reopening and celebrating the eighth anniversary of its existence. This Saturday, all are welcome to tour the new, beautifully crafted space, full of warm colors and inviting lights. For those who love shopping locally, a variety of supporting artists and vendors will also be participating. Across the street at Firehouse Saloon, an all-day concert will feature with some of the city's favorite rockin' rollers: Hot Mayonnaise; House Majority; Fox 45; Sexy Teenagers; Continental Drift; Beer Pressure; BOBS; and The Results.

Mellow Madness's reopening event will take place on Saturday, September 22, 4 p.m. at Mellow Madness Tattoo, 815 South Clinton Ave. 4 p.m. Free. All ages. 325-2010. mellowmadnesstattoo.com; thefirehousesaloon.com.

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