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Friday, 22 June 2012 10:48

Philly Bones Brigade Premiere

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Words & Photos: Phil Jackson

Vans organized a premiere of the Bones Brigade documentary for Go Skateboarding Day in Philly this year. Free tickets and an Open Bar got everyone's attention, and you can't beat air conditioning when it's 95 degrees out. Their place was mobbed and good times were had by all.

Posted: June 22, 2012

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Mystery octopus chandelier maker behind his ticket

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Ryan Dewitt passing by the crowd

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Security patting down a bones supporter

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Chuck Treece!

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Dan Tag

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The inside of the Troc is pretty rad

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Open Bar. Needless to say, it was packed

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Exit Skateshop owner Steve Miller helped put on the event. Here he is with one of the Berry brothers.

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The old heads showed up in droves

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The show begins

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Full house. Beautiful old building

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The crowd outside, Kevin Taylor sighting

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WILLY AKERS!
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