Naked Raygun, All, Judge, Manic Hispanic tapped for Punk Rock Bowling club shows

All, shown here during a late-night Punk Rock Bowling show in 2012, returns for a PRB club show in May.
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The Punk Rock Bowling festival has announced its 12-gig 2014 club show details, and participants include Chicago vets Naked Raygun, LA Descendents offshoots All, just-reunited New Yorkers Judge and SoCal cover band Manic Hispanic.

Joining Naked Raygun on a Friday, May 23 LVCS bill are former Ramones bassist C.J. Ramone, Radkey and Church of Confidence. Also scheduled for May 23: Cro-Mags, A Global Threat, One Way System, No!se and Mass Terror at Fremont Country Club; Poison Idea, The Freeze, The Grim and Race Riot '59 at Backstage Bar & Billiards; and Off With Their Heads, Western Addiction, Las Vegas' Illicitor and 4340 at Beauty Bar.

All plays Saturday, May 24 at LVCS, along with The Briefs, Night Birds and Toy Guitar. The same night will also feature a Judge-headlined bill at Fremont Country Club, with support from H20, Killer of Sheep and Crowd Deterrent; Final Conflict, Gang Green and Stalag 13 at Backstage Bar & Billiards; and a "Ska and Reggae Rumble" at Beauty Bar with Roy Ellis (Mr. Symarip) backed by Thee Hurricanes & Angel City Records Review, Xavier & Jackie and DJ Gonzo & Lowlife Sound System.

And Sunday, May 25 will see the PRB return of Manic Hispanic, which plays LVCS with The Meatmen, Los Skarnales and Modern Terror. Other shows that night: Reverend Horton Heat, Old Man Markley, Pinata Protest and Las Vegas' Lucky Cheats at Fremont Country Club; Riverboat Gamblers, Reno Divorce, Jon Cougar Concentration Camp and Las Vegas' The People's Whiskey at Beauty Bar and a Backstage Bar & Billiards show featuring "surprise guests."

Tickets for all PRB club shows will go on sale Saturday, March 15 at 1 p.m. Three-day and single-day passes for the May 24-26 Downtown festival are on sale now through punkrockbowling.com.

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