Katzmaz Party at Daddy Katz Kustom Kulture

Katzmaz Party at Daddy Katz Kustom Kulture

Katzmaz Party at Daddy Katz Kustom Kulture

By Matt Clevenger

For the coolest Christmas event in town, check out the third annual Katzmaz Party at Daddy Katz Kustom Kulture this Friday, Dec. 18.

The party lasts from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m., and features giveaways, live music and a mini-art show with local hot-rod and tiki artists. Truth and Triumph Tattoo will also be participating and all Daddy Katz merchandise will be 20% off during the Katzmaz Party.

Live music from the Rubbles starts around 3 p.m. Daniel Brown, Robb Hammel, Travis Lewis, Justin13, Robert Parkey, Adrienne McDonough, Paul Francis and “Squiggy” are just a few of the nationally-known sculptors, painters and photographers who will be at the party to display and discuss their work.

Located at 3250 Kettering Blvd., Daddy Katz is also featuring special holiday hours until Dec. 23, staying open 11 a.m. to 8 p.m., Monday-Saturday and 12p.m. to 6 p.m. on Sunday. More information can be found online at  HYPERLINK “http://www.daddykatzkustomkulture.com” www.daddykatzkustomkulture.com or by calling DaddyKatz at (937) 296-0347.

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