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Oroville California Tattoo expo(I went to)

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if you have a chance to go to this expo do it,it's an awesome little show.

I met up with some local artists that I know, met some new ones,and got a nice little  gap filler from Tommy Montoya.

free admission,free parking,great prices on beer and tacos.

I wanted to try and get small tattoo from Ryan too,but she was booked 😞 ,Tommy squeezed me in though.  🙂

 

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4 hours ago, Gingerninja said:

Nice! I saw that Tattoo and Blues was this weekend as well. It looks like the venue was a school or something? The scoreboard threw me a little. 🙂 @Dan

it's all casino property(native american),the casino is a couple hundred yards away.

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