Ill Vibe the Tribe closes out 2017 with the third installation of their quarterly art market, Art Binge.

Sat. Dec. 16 head to Royal American and OD (in a good way) on art of all mediums. Peruse the artwork of Sasha Martoni, the jewelry of Destini Jihadi, and the lapel pins/adornments of Garbage Humans. Emily Ann Bamfield will create live art through personalized henna tattoos and Sunny Malin, the Terraphonics, SistaMisses, and DJ SCrib provide the musical entertainment.

For eats, Los’ Lumpias are back by popular demand. A full time boxing coach, Loas started proffering his insanely delicious lumpias (spring rolls of Chinese origin commonly found in Indonesia and the Philippines) to raise money for his nonprofit, teaching kids how to box. Art Binge goers wanted to binge, so the Tribe is bringing him back.

The fun starts at 8 p.m., and admission is only five bucks.

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