They tried to stop us…and THEY FAILED! Tickets for the 15th Annual Gathering of the Juggalos are now on sale at www.juggalogathering.com. We’ve got a DOPE ASS new location called Legend Valley, located in Thornville, Ohio (just outside of Columbus). So get to www.juggalogathering.com and get your tickets and passes NOW!
Juggalos, by now you’ve heard about the Aaron Spencer Benefit Show that ICP is throwing in Dayton, Ohio on March 15. All proceeds from this special one-off concert go to the family of the late, great Aaron Spencer, who recently entered Shangri-la after a long illness. All funds raised will help pay off Aaron’s medical and funeral expenses. At the concert, there will be a special commerative T-shirt honoring Aaron’s memory. The back of the shirt reads “I Was There Because I Care” and will ONLY be available at the show. This is certain to become of the rarest and most collectable shirts ever put out by Psychopathic because it’s going to be sold for one night only!
But the Juggalo Family has some of the biggest hearts imaginable and many of you have called and written, asking how you can help the Spencer family, even if you can’t attend the show in Dayton. Well, you will have your chance by purchasing an exclusive Aaron Spencer Memorial shirt on Hatchet Gear, made espcially for those ninjas who will be at the show in spirit. The back of this shirt reads “My Heart Was There Because I Care” and will go on sale at Hatchet Gear on March 15, the same date as the Aaron Spencer Show. The shirt will be only be available for one month…or while supplies last.
So circle March 15 on your calendar (or enter it on your ‘Reminders’ app on your smartphone) and get ready to purchase a devastating shirt for an even more devastating cause!
Howzit goin’, Fam?
Last night was one of those evenings that will go down in Psychopathic Records history as one of the freshest and most incredible experiences we’ve ever had! Seriously! The Great Milenko Show will live forever as one of the most amazing and magical nights of ICP’s career. The Newport Music Hall in Columbus was positively rocked to its foundation and overflowing with Juggalo family love and we’re all still riding that amazing high! We want to say THANK YOU to every single Juggalo who celebrated the majesty of the 4th Joker’s Card with us. The Great Milenko definitely waved his wand and cast a magic spell over the crowd that will be felt for a long time to come. If you were unable to attend the sold out Great Milenko Show or the devastating afterparty (which featured full sets from Boondox and Anybody Killa), we hope you were able to spend some time with your local Juggalo family members and could feel the unity and camaraderie that we celebrate every February 17. Thank you again for making Juggalo Day one of the most special days of the year. Mad clown love to each and every one of you!
Whoop whoop, ‘Los and ‘Lettes, and Happy Juggalo Day to you! We know we’ll be seeing a lot of you tonight in Columbus at the sold out Great Milenko Show and afterparty but if you cannot get to Columbus and celebrate with your fellow Juggalo brothers and sisters…you can still participate in the Juggalo Day flavor at Hatchet Gear’s special Juggalo Day sale. ALL MERCH ON HATCHET GEAR WILL BE MARKED DOWN 25% for this special one-day-only sale! Go get thy clowny ass to www.hatchetgear.com and take advantage of the devastating savings!
First of all, we at Psychopathic Records want to apologize to all the Juggalos as we announce that the owners of the campground that we have dubbedHarlequinParkinKaiser,Missourihave decided to not allow the Gathering to take place on their property. This was a hard decision for the people ofHarlequinParkand they did not make it lightly.
Before we get into the details of what happened, we want to assure everyone who bought tickets/passes/campsites that their money will be refunded in full. We plan to work day and night to refund every last ticket promptly so please bear with us.
We also want to add that the owners of the campground did not have a problem with the Gathering being held on their property and have mad love for all people, including Juggalos. We have been working with them to make sure this was going to be one of the greatest Gatherings ever and they have been nothing but supportive, kind hearted and open minded. They also fully understood what the Gathering was and were fully willing to welcome us with open arms (after all, this is the same spot that hosts a biker rally every year).
However, after we signed the contract and announced the location of the Gathering, some of the people that lived in the surrounding community began to raise hell. Not all of them, mind you, but enough to bring a lot of heat to the owners of the campground. Not only that, they also experienced a media blitz and their phones would not stop ringing. This was no doubt amplified because of the recent lawsuit filed against the FBI by Psychopathic Records and the ACLU for wrongly accusing the Juggalos of being a gang, as well as the reports of last year’s Gathering losing money. Some people in the community where the Gathering was to be held must have believed the nonsense because they kept saying a “gang” was coming to their town and we heard reports that some people were starting to arm themselves. Unbelievable!
Because of this, the owners ofHarlequinParkwere getting non-stop calls from angry neighbors and some even stopped by their property threatening to boycott their campground and even started a petition against them. It was just too much of an onslaught of negative energy coming at them for them to handle. They endured the unendurable and suffered the insufferable to the point that they couldn’t take it anymore and decided to pull the plug. We want to add that we at Psychopathic Records hold no resentment toward the people of the campground. They really tried to make this work but with threat of their business suffering long after we have left, it’s understandable why they chose to do what they did. There was no way to prepare for how much attention this was going to get and how negatively some people were going to react to the Gathering coming to their town.
So … we DO have a plan B. Since we first realized that things were shaky with the campground, we have been aggressively looking into other areas to hold the Gathering and have a couple places already lined up. Now we realize that for some the news of the Gathering being moved is going to be a major setback. It’s even sadder because the ticket sales this year have far surpassed those of the past several Gatherings. Apparently it was the right spot, the right time and the right mix of flavor because practically everyone and their momma was going to attend.
We are now hard at work to make sure there is a new location locked in soon and even as the forces that be continue to oppress us and try to thwart the Juggalo community at every turn … we will endure. Even as close-minded people threaten us and accuse us of being less than human and close the gates in our face … we will march through. Even as they try to keep us from gathering as we do each year for our epic family reunion and people cry and complain … we will prevail. It has always been the Juggalo way to never bow down to the oppressors and to continue on, no matter the obstacles we face. Bear with us a while longer and we will soon be announcing a home for this year’s Gathering of the Juggalos.
Again, we apologize to all Juggalos for any inconvenience this may have caused you and we will strive hard to make this right.
Yo Juggalos! Get over to www.juggalogathering.com right now! As of this writing– 9 p.m. EST on Feb. 7 — the brand new Gathering of the Juggalos site is LIVE and tickets are on sale NOW! THIS IS IT!
The Wicked Clowns will be performing a special concert to benefit the family of Aaron Spencer, a Juggalo who recently passed away after a long, painful illness. Jumpsteady and Violent J visited Aaron at his home in Southern Ohio just before he went to Shangri-La in January and they had a great time kicking it with their Juggalo brother. All the proceeds from this show will be donated to the Spencer family to assist with medical expenses and funeral costs.
Also performing will be Psychopathic’s own Big Hoodoo as well as two bands made up of Aaron’s friends, Menace 2 Sobriety and From Silence to Violence.
Don’t miss this chance to party with the wicked clowns in rememberence of a fallen Juggalo.
Tickets are $20 and availale at the following link:http://www.flavorus.com/event/Aaron-Spencers-Benefit-show/229912
TICKETS ON SALE WED. FEB. 5 AT 10 A.M. EST.
Location: Rock Star Pro Wrestling, 1106 E. Third St., Dayton, OH 45402
Time: 7 p.m.
More information: www.facebook.com/events/530229400424200/?source=1
After much speculation…it can AT LAST be revealed — the dates and location of the 15th annual Juggalo reunion. Click on this Hatchet Herald link (http://www.psychopathicrecords.com/hatchetherald/HH01312014/index.html) and read all about it! And check out the dope ass interview with Faygo Luvers.net ninja Scottie D, courtesy of that sultry temptress of the underground, Sugar Slam! Read all about it, ninjas!
It was waaaaaaay overdue but we just put a fresh coat of paint on the main Psychopathic Records website with all the wicked Juggalo flavor under one tidy Internet roof! We’ve tried to make it not only look more devastating, but to give Juggalos easier access to all the different social media accounts and websites. CHECK IT! www.psychopathicrecords.com