Mardi Gras… Fat Tuesday… Target Practice… Whatever you call it, Jack FM wants to be your playlist for the evening. We’re playing what we want – why shouldn’t you be doing the same thing?
Before you hop into a cab tonight, JACK would like to give the inked up players a quick how-to guide for the evening.
Step 1: JACK it Up
Start your night by playing Jack FM. On your radio, on your phone, in your car – we don’t care how you get 93.1 on that dial, just do it. After all, is there a better pump-up song than [lastfm link_type=”similar_artist_radio”]Mötley Crüe[/lastfm]’s “Shout At The Devil”?
Step 2: Outfit Yourself
What’s the point of having a tattoo if nobody can see it? Tonight’s the night you bust out that special outfit – the one without sleeves, or maybe the short shorts…. or maybe you could just bust out your birthday suit and be like Geoff Ostling. WOO! Party.
Step 3: Find the Best Bar
Cletus and Mavin’s Mardi Gras Camper was awesome last year, sure. Why not try a new spot in 2011?
- Try Long Beach tonight – Alegria Cocina Latina is celebrating Carnivale with $7 drink specials all day, Salsa dancers and Miss Alegria Mardi Gras contest.
- What about Amoeba Music on Sunset? Get there by 6pm for a live performance of [lastfm link_type=”similar_artist_radio”]Vaud & the Villains[/lastfm] and a parade.
- Scoot up to 3rd Street and enjoy The Farmer’s Market as they hold live Cajun and Zydeco music, parade bands, and specials at the surrounding bars.
Step 4: Drinks
Once you’ve settled down at the bar of your choice, it’s time to work that cajun magic. Keep eyeing that sexy tattooed lady or man and work your voodoo. Here’s a quick breakdown of what drinks to buy your perspective guzzling companion.
Animal Tattoo – Shot
Music Tattoo – Beer
Lettering/Numbers – Rocks
Landscape – Waterfall
Step 5: All Else Fails
If all else fails, just start acting Tommy Lee. We don’t know what else to tell ya, but that man has some serious tattoo skills.Think about it- that dude could pick up women while playing the drums upside-down.
So there you have it. Party on, drink responsibly, and enjoy Mardi Gras.