Monsters Ball Charity Beard Competition

Saturday, October 30
Doors: | 1pm // Show: | 1pm
$20 to $30
Monsters Ball Charity Beard Competition

*Must show proof of vaccination or negative PCR test within 48 hours of show, upon entry*
Welcome to the 8th Annual Monsters Ball Charity Beard Competition
Put on by Mad Viking Beard Club. This year’s event benefits UPMC Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh
and The Semper Fi Fund. Last year our weekend event raised over $30,000 and we hope to crush that number this year!
The Beard & Moustache competition has 16 categories that even include the ladies! Yes, just Google Whiskerinas! Trust us you do not want to miss this..
Beard Competition Categories:
1. Ladies’ Fake Realistic
2. Ladies’ Fake Creative
3. Natural Mustache
4. Styled Mustache
5. Goatee
6. Whaler
7. Chops
8. Partial Beard Freestyle
9. Full Beard Freestyle
10. Full Beard Natural with Styled Mustache
11. Full Beard Natural Under 4”
12. Full Beard Natural Under 8”
13. Full Beard Natural Under 12”
14. Full Beard Natural Over 12”
15. Sasquatch
16. Shittiest Tattoo
Saturday, October 30th
Doors at 1pm
Registration 1pm – 3pm
Competition 3pm – 9pm
Bands (Live 90’s Music) 9pm – close
18+ or accompanied by a legal guardian
Event themed skatedeck trophies!
Live 90’s music afterparty! 
You can find more details about our event here:

Ticket Tiers:
General Admission: $20 GA LOWER LEVEL ($25 DAY OF SHOW) 

Saturday door times: 1PM DOORS
                     1PM – 3PM BEARD COMP (REGISTRATION-SIGN UP)
                     3PM – 8:30PM BEARD COMPETITION
                     9PM – CLOSE (BANDS TBD)
CKY is an American rock band from West Chester, Pennsylvania. Formed in 1998 by lead vocalist and guitarist Deron Miller, guitarist and backing vocalist Chad I Ginsburg, and drummer Jess Margera, the group currently features Ginsburg, Margera and bassist Matt Deis. Originally known by the full name Camp Kill Yourself, and later briefly credited as simply Camp, CKY found initial recognition through its musical contributions to the CKY video series and the TV series Jackass, both of which featured Margera's brother Bam. The band self-released its debut album Volume 1 in 1999, featuring a number of songs from the CKY videos. After signing with The Island Def Jam Music Group, CKY released Infiltrate•Destroy•Rebuild in 2002, which gave the band its first experience of US chart success when it entered the Billboard 200 at number 99. In 2005 the album An Answer Can Be Found followed, which saw the band's success increase with a US top 40 peak. After leaving Island/Def Jam, CKY signed with Roadrunner Records and released its fourth album Carver City in 2009, the first to feature full-time bassist Deis. Miller left the band in 2011, after which Ginsburg, Margera and Deis recorded their first album as a trio, The Phoenix, which was released in June 2017. CKY has been categorised as a band of multiple musical genres, including post-grunge, hard rock, stoner metal and skate punk. The band's songwriting in the past was typically led by Miller, with production, engineering and mixing handled by Ginsburg. In recent years, internal tensions between band members halted progress on new material and touring, eventually leading to the departure of Miller and the band's subsequent lengthy hiatus. Since leaving in 2011, Miller has reformed Foreign Objects (a pre-CKY group which originally included Margera on drums) and started his own continuation of CKY entitled 96 Bitter Beings.