Preview: Hibbleton's Show To Save Mike Atta

In a show that's been pulled together in the time frame of about two weeks, dozens of supporters have made generous donations to help assist vintage shop owner Mike Atta in raising funds for treating cancer which has spread throughout the man's kidneys and lungs. 

Featured at Hibbleton tonight, Friday January 4th, is a culmination of punk rock posters, albums, and original works of art that celebrate Atta for his work in Fullerton and The Middle Class. The Santa Ana/Fullerton based punk band put their first album out in 1978 entitled, Out of Vogue. 

A special thanks goes out to Jesse LaTour, Steven Baxter, John Sollom, and all the other artists that spent all of last night hanging works of art so that Mike and his family may see a future with him in it.

The show starts at 6 PM. 
223 West Santa Fe Avenue  Fullerton, CA 92832 installation at the Magoski Complex.

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