Kill Zinesters Tour

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Months before the tour took place a lot of contraversy sprung up throughout the zine community, especially on [[alt.zines]], the dominant forum for all things [[zine]]-related throughout the 1990s. But in the end, most of the prominent zine publishers in each city of the tour helped organize their leg of the event and hundreds, if not thousands, of zine participated in the 18 different zine conventions and events.
Months before the tour took place a lot of contraversy sprung up throughout the zine community, especially on [[alt.zines]], the dominant forum for all things [[zine]]-related throughout the 1990s. But in the end, most of the prominent zine publishers in each city of the tour helped organize their leg of the event and hundreds, if not thousands, of zine participated in the 18 different zine conventions and events.
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'''Complete tour dates and locations:'''
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'''Complete tour dates and locations:'''<br>
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6/28/96  Los Angeles      Golden Apple ZIne Fest
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6/28/96  Los Angeles      Golden Apple ZIne Fest<br>
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7/4-7/96  San Diego        Comic Convention
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7/4-7/96  San Diego        Comic Convention<br>
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7/07/96  Los Angeles      Amok Books (with Drag-A-Zine)
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7/07/96  Los Angeles      Amok Books (with Drag-A-Zine)<br>
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7/12/96  Austin, TX        Emo's
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7/12/96  Austin, TX        Emo's<br>
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7/14/96  Memphis, TN      Barrister's
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7/14/96  Memphis, TN      Barrister's<br>
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7/18/96  New York City    Luna Lounge/Pink Pony/Max Fish
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7/18/96  New York City    Luna Lounge/Pink Pony/Max Fish<br>
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7/20/96  Boston, MA        Jacques (Queens & Zines)
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7/20/96  Boston, MA        Jacques (Queens & Zines)<br>
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7/21/96  Providence, RI    TBA
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7/21/96  Providence, RI    TBA<br>
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7/26/96  Philadelphia      Urban Outfitters
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7/26/96  Philadelphia      Urban Outfitters<br>
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7/27/96  Washington DC    Go Records
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7/27/96  Washington DC    Go Records<br>
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7/28/96  Baltimore, MD    [[Atomic Books]]
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7/28/96  Baltimore, MD    [[Atomic Books]]<br>
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7/31/96  Chicago, IL      [[Quimby's]]
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7/31/96  Chicago, IL      [[Quimby's]]<br>
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8/02/96  Milwaukee, WI    Fuel Cafe
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8/02/96  Milwaukee, WI    Fuel Cafe<br>
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8/03/96  Minneapolis, MN  Dreamhaven
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8/03/96  Minneapolis, MN  Dreamhaven<br>
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8/10/96  Seattle, WA      Vox Populi/Crocodile
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8/10/96  Seattle, WA      Vox Populi/Crocodile<br>
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8/11/96  Portland, OR      [[Reading Frenzy]]
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8/11/96  Portland, OR      [[Reading Frenzy]]<br>
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8/12/96  Eugene, OR        Green Noise
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8/12/96  Eugene, OR        Green Noise<br>
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8/17/96  San Francisco    [[Epicenter]]  
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8/17/96  San Francisco    [[Epicenter]]<br>
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[[Category:Event]]
[[Category:1996]]
[[Category:1996]]

Revision as of 17:56, 13 July 2006

The Kill Zinesters Tour was an idea hatched by Bunnyhop publisher Noel Tolentino and Darby Romeo, publisher of Ben Is Dead. The tour developed as a means of ``trying to strengthen the zine community, Tolentino said back in Summer of 1996. The tour included Tolentino and Romeo, Seth Robson (co-publisher of Bunnyhop), Dishwasher Pete and Larry from Genetic Disorder, with a few other zines joining the tour for legs of the trip. The plan was simple, rent a Winnebago and tour the States hyping zines, relying on local zinesters in each city to organize, host and promote an event.

Months before the tour took place a lot of contraversy sprung up throughout the zine community, especially on alt.zines, the dominant forum for all things zine-related throughout the 1990s. But in the end, most of the prominent zine publishers in each city of the tour helped organize their leg of the event and hundreds, if not thousands, of zine participated in the 18 different zine conventions and events.

Complete tour dates and locations:
6/28/96 Los Angeles Golden Apple ZIne Fest
7/4-7/96 San Diego Comic Convention
7/07/96 Los Angeles Amok Books (with Drag-A-Zine)
7/12/96 Austin, TX Emo's
7/14/96 Memphis, TN Barrister's
7/18/96 New York City Luna Lounge/Pink Pony/Max Fish
7/20/96 Boston, MA Jacques (Queens & Zines)
7/21/96 Providence, RI TBA
7/26/96 Philadelphia Urban Outfitters
7/27/96 Washington DC Go Records
7/28/96 Baltimore, MD Atomic Books
7/31/96 Chicago, IL Quimby's
8/02/96 Milwaukee, WI Fuel Cafe
8/03/96 Minneapolis, MN Dreamhaven
8/10/96 Seattle, WA Vox Populi/Crocodile
8/11/96 Portland, OR Reading Frenzy
8/12/96 Eugene, OR Green Noise
8/17/96 San Francisco Epicenter

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