Super Art Fight on March 25

March 20, 2011

Imagine a punk-rock mixture of Pictionary and Pro-Wrestling and that is the best description of Super Art Fight. This event is coming to Frederick for a one-night only live event which leaves leave audiences breathless and wanting more. On Friday, March 25th, Super Art Fight will be held at the Cultural Arts Center in downtown Frederick.

Self described as the “Greatest Live Art Competition in the Known Universe,” Super Art Fight has been making their name up and down the east coast since June 2008. However, their event presented by Flying Dog Brewery at the marks their first major live event outside of Charm City.

The Baltimore-based group of artists will invade the Cultural Arts Center with a full-bout card, presenting the same artistic antics which have made them a cult favorite around the globe. As extra added excitement, the night will hold court with the first ever six-person tag team smackdown with three of the Super Art Fight All-Stars accepting the challenge thrown down via Flying Dog Brewery to take on Frederick’s own Art Alchemy Circle, featuring local artists Colin Smallwood, Tom Kemp and Shane Acuff.

Artist scheduled to appear on March 25th include Super Art Fight Champion Michael “Spaghetti Kiss” Bracco, co-founder Nick “Ghostfreehood” Borkowicz, co-founder Jami “Angry Zen Master” Noguchi, Kelsey Wailes, Chris “Impact” Impink, Bryan “Silent But Violent” Prindiville, and Jamie “Brawlin'” Baldwin.

The Cultural Arts Center is located in downtown Frederick at 15 W. Patrick Street. The facility is managed by the Frederick Arts Council, whose mission is to be the primary catalyst and advocate for arts opportunities in Frederick County. For full event details, including the event card, visit Individuals can also check out You Tube to get a taste of their activities. Tickets for the 8:00 p.m. show are $10 and available by phone at 301-662-4190. Advance ticket purchase is suggested, as this event is expected to sell out.