If you’ve spent a certain amount of time watching crappy daytime cable, you’ve probably heard of The Bigfoot Discovery Museum — it’s a frequent listee on those “Top Ten Creepiest Destinations”-type shows they run on the Travel Channel at odd hours. Nestled in the (where else?) Santa Cruz mountains, The Bigfoot Museum, dedicated to the hirsute cryptid said to haunt heavily-forested areas on our side of the country, has fallen on hard times lately.
A couple NorCal musicians are stepping up to the plate with a benefit show, to be held this Saturday at Psycho Donuts in Campbell. Kepi Ghoulie and Sacramento favorite daughters Dog Party, as well as Santa Cruz’s Dan P. and other special guests will squeeze performances into Psycho’s famous padded cell. Bigfoot-themed art will also be on sale, and Psycho will roll out a special donut (called the Bigfoot Toe Jam, and oh boy is it hard to even type that without gagging just a little) for the occasion. The art show runs from April 12th to May 12th. Portions of art and Toe Jam sales will go to the museum for funding.
The Bigfoot Show: Kepi Ghoulie, Dog Party, Dan P. and more
April 12, 2014
10am, FREE (all ages)