Welcome's "Fetish" Premiere Photos
Welcome week continues with photos from last weekend’s premiere at the Yost Theatre in downtown Santa Ana. Ears were ringing and faces melted by the end of the night. Your week is only getting better. –Ben Karpinski
Showed up to a sold out Yost with a line wrapped around the block
There we go!
Luckily, Richie had us covered
D Vargs always has time for the fans
You think Franky and Eliane are going to miss a premiere in Santa Ana?
The Salillases made the trek from Birmingham
P-Franks and Darien
Spotted a Bumbag in the wild
Black Box Alumni, Chris Cole and Mike Sinclair
Professor Schmitt and Mike Rogers
Roman dressed to impress
Speaking of dressing to impress...
The Hi-Tide crew, no strangers to Santa Ana
Have you bought your copy yet?
Matthew Blevins with the Ryans
The place was packed inside
Girl Tears warmed everyone up
D Vargs down!
Newly appointed pro Ronnie Sandoval and Rye came out to support
Lets start this thing!
Wait till you see that shared part
Townley! Townley! Townley!
Wait till you see his part. Great job, guys!
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