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Friday, June 10, 2016

Celebrate Shia LaBeouf's bday in Ypsi because f*ck it, why not?

Posted By on Fri, Jun 10, 2016 at 9:11 AM

Guess what Saturday is? It’s THE Shia LaBeouf’s birthday and even though you were totally planning to celebrate it on your own anyways, Crossroads Pub in Ypsilanti is throwing a shindig to bask in the day that gave us Shia LaBeouf.

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LaBeouf's b-day party was going to make it on the list we specifically made for events this week, but that list includes things $5 and under and this event reaches over with an entry fee of $6 if you’re 21+ or $8 if you’re just 18.



The celebration will entail local bands jamming out from 8 p.m. to 12:30 p.m. with an array of sounds from hip-hop to metal to indie pop, and it’s about to be lit.

It will meet all of your party expectations ever so, 

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And don't even think about saying you can't make it because, 

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And if you feel like there are better things to do for $6 on a Saturday throw that thought out of your head and,

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Also, someone should tell Shia LaBeouf about this because I'm sure he'd love to come. And if you can't make the party, just celebrate at home by watching this. 

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