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Order of the Owl’s 11 reasons why you should come to the Highlander’s 26th anniversary

Spudweiser, Owl Pellets, and internal organ massages set the tone for a night of debauchery  

Order Of The Owl By Chad Radford
Photo credit: Chad Radford
ORDER OF THE OWL: Casey Yarbrough (from left), Brent Anderson, and Dwayne Jones play the Highlander's 26th anniversary party on April 14.

11. Conveniently located multiple bathroom stalls.

10. Order of the Owl’s signature pickles by Kelly’s Death Pickles, “Owl Pellets!”

9. Back massages by Chad Radford or any member of Order of the Owl in exchange for donations to Paws Atlanta.

8. BBQ

7. Free internal organ massage from Order of the Owl's Orange Amps backline

6. Country Fried Steak

5. A pitcher of tater tots aka a pitcher of Spudweiser

4. One off commemorative T-shirts by S.A.F.

3. Dead Oath is playing

2. Degradations are playing

1. We are playing

Order of the Owl, Dead Oath, and Degradations play the Highlander’s 26th anniversary party on Sat., April 14. Free. 9 p.m. 931 Monroe Dr. NE. 404-872-0060. www.thehighlanderatlanta.com.

 

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