5200 Delmar
St. Louis, Missouri 63108

November 28-30

at 3rd Degree Glass Factory, 3200 Delmar

Friday, November 28th -- Friday will be a chilled out DJ spin
compatible with some serious shopping. Jessica Butler and Jesse Irwin
will perform at 3:45 pm. And don't miss the RRCS VIP party at the
Bluebird Fri night!

Saturday, November 29th -
12:00-12:45 A Bit Shifty - myspace.com/abitshifty
1:15-2:00 The Mirror Stage - myspace.com/mirrorstage
2:30-3:15 The Ottomen - ottomen.com
3:45-4:30 The 75s - myspace.com/the75s
6:00-6:45 Devil Baby Freak Show - myspace.com/thedevilbabyfreakshow
7:00-8:00 Gentleman Auction House - gentlemanauctionhouse.com

Sunday, November 30th -
12:00-12:45 Fire Dog - myspace.com/hityourmark
1:15-2:00 Tenacious D Tribute Band
2:30-3:15 Barefoot Jones - barefootjones.com
3:45-4:30 The Cheap Date Knights

What is the RNR Craft show?
The Rock N Roll Craft Show is the original alternative craft and music
event in St. Louis! Since 2005, the organizers of Rock N Roll Craft
Show have been gathering the craftiest artists and the rockinest
musicians for one great weekend-long event!

The RRCS Mission:
RRCS dedicates itself to showcasing unique, usable items handcrafted from new and recycled materials; these items, including furniture, clothing, jewelry, musical instruments, glassware, magnets, knitware, fine art, etc., are the original creations of local and national
crafters and won't be found at traditional shopping venues! The
organizers of RRCS are committed to giving all crafters—from the
nascent gluer to the established professional crafter—an opportunity
to show their wares and make a living at creating! RRCS is also a
strong supporter of reusing and recycling; a majority of the items we
include in our event are crafted from pre-used/owned materials.

Friday November 28 11am-5pm ($10 entry)
Saturday November 29 11am-8pm ($2 entry)
Sunday November 30 11am-5pm ($2 entry)

Need more info? Visit www.rocknrollcraftshow.com

Official Website: http://www.rocknrollcraftshow.com

Added by Doc Detroit on November 15, 2008