♥ FUN at mom's ♣
Join us in celebrating our favorite legendary pop punk pioneers The Buzzcocks. Check out their incredible live show at our neighbors TLA then head over here for an after party for the ages. Enjoy Orgasm Addict cocktails from Tullamore Dew & pogo to a new wave, classic punk and post punk soundtrack. Win cool swag from our friends at Crash Bang Boom. Singles going rock steady all night long, only at TMoms.
P.S. check the TMoms instagram for a chance to win a pair of tickets to the TLA show!
Sunday Arts & Crafts take a turn for the sweet and spooky this fall with Sugar Skull arts & crafts. In celebration of the coming Dia de los Muertos we'll be making traditional sugar skulls for you to decorate & customize. Or make your mark on one of our sugar skull coloring book pages. Try our tasty brunch menu & Mañana de los Muertos cocktail specials. Look out for special sugar skull temporary tattoos & toy treats. Free fun this and EVERY Sunday in October at Tattooed Mom!
JERKS Productions bring you another FUSED UNDERGROUND showcase! Join us for a night of ART, HORROR & BOOZE as we celebrate First Friday and showcase some of Philadelphia (and surrounding area)'s best local artists!
Jamie Elizabeth- Oh Jamie Elizabeth
Human Made Products
Angel de'Vill Designs by Angelique Lovelace
Angela Milano- 46 + 2 Creations
More artists to be announced.
Join us for Girl Gang, a one night pop up art show featuring seven bad ass artists, who happen to be ladies, drawing outsider art. A night for lovers of counterculture and the bizarre featuring the work spawned by the imaginations of some of Philly's most creative artists. Come out, have a drink, and check out some eye-catching artwork free of censorship! This Girl Gang is out to blow your mind.
Participating artists include:
More information on the particiapting artists at GirlCrime.org
Chris Davis brings Drunk Lion, his trippy one man show to Mom's for a night of fantastical performance you do not want to miss.
Drunk Lion follows an alcoholic Lion who spends his days drinking into oblivion in a cantina, until he meets Chris, a young foreigner learning how to speak Spanish. The unlikely pair forge an intoxicated bond over life, love, and alcohol.
"...imaginative, free-flowing story-telling of very high quality."
★★★★★ - TV Bomb
"...an excellent and thought-provoking show which makes a metaphor come alive."
★★★★ - Three Weeks
"...a potent success."
★★★★ - Broadway Baby
"...humorous as it is tragic, poignant as it is absurd..."
- New Orleans Defender
Thursday - October 27 - 8pm
Thursday - November 15 - 8pm
Suggested Donation - $10
Reservations (incl. guaranteed bumper car seat)
All are welcome
Tattooed Mom is proud to present Characters Welcome, an international show of sticker art. An open call show with a tremendous response from all over the world, Characters Welcome 5 will feature both printed and hand drawn / painted sticker art.
From first time artists to long time favorites, the 5th annual edition of this show includes a fantastic range of sticker art. As submissions come in watch this space for a list of participating artists or follow our specail instagram feed for the show at @characterswelcome5.
Collaged boards as well as mixed sticker packs & special one of a kind artist raffle prizes will be sold with 100% of the proceeds going towards local youth arts programs.
Show dates and times:
Friday November 11 at Tattooed Mom 530 South Street • 7pm - 2am • strictly 21+ only with ID
Saturday November 12 at Tattooed Mom South Street • 1- 5pm • ALL AGES + FREE PIZZA!
We're celebrating the release of two new books tonight: Arlo Quint's Wires and Light and Krystal Languell's Gray Market! The two NYC poets will be joined by Philadelphia's own Gabriel Ojeda-Sague and Faye Chevalier. Doors at 7pm, readings at 8pm. Plus 50 cent pierogies!
Arlo Quint is the author of Wires and Lights (Rust Buckle, 2016), Death to Explosions (Skysill, 2013), and Drawn In (Fewer & Further, 2010). He collaborated with Charles Wolski on Check Out My Lifestyle (Well Greased, 2012).
Krystal Languell was born in South Bend, Indiana. Her most recent book is Gray Market (1913 Press, 2016). She published Archive Theft, a collection of interviews with women poets, with Essay Press in 2015. She is the recipient of a Poetry Project Emerge-SurfaceBe fellowship (20132014) and a Lower Manhattan Cultural Council workspace residency (20142015). Development Director for Belladonna* Collaborative and publisher of the feminist poetry journal Bone Bouquet, Languell also works as a freelance bookkeeper for small presses and teaches at Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, New York.
Gabriel Ojeda-Sague is a Latino queer Leo living in Philadelphia, PA. His first collection, Oil and Candle (Timeless Infinite Light, March 2016), is a set of writings on Santeria, war, and the precarity of Latino-American lives. He is also the author of the chapbooks JOGS (2013), a re-writing of the Joy of Gay Sex, Nite [Chickadee]’s (GaussPDF, 2015), a collection of Cher’s tweets on systematic racism and violence, and Where Everything is in Halves (Be About It, 2015), poems against death through The Legend of Zelda. His work can be found at ojedasague.com.
Faye Chevalier is the assistant web editor at APIARY Magazine. Her poetry and essays have been featured in the Horse Less Review, OCHO Magazine, Voicemail Poems, Alien Mouth, and elsewhere. She currently lives in Philadelphia. Follow her on twitter at @bratcore.