Art Benefit Auction To Be Held For Family Of Man Killed At CORROSION OF CONFORMITY Concert

July 24, 2005

According to a posting on CORROSION OF CONFORMITY's official web site, an art auction will be held on July 24 at the Fly Trap (1929 E 7th Ave) in Ybor City, Florida to benefit the family of Thomas Laskas, who was stabbed to death at a CORROSION OF CONFORMITY concert on June 23. Tommy's paintings will be featured, along with those of about 12 other artists. The exhibit opens at 5:00 pm, and the auction will take place at 8:00 pm. There will be music, food, and beverages. Contact [email protected] for more info.

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