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Blue Collar Agency has been ridden hard and put away wet for a whole decade and we’re celebrating with the Blue Collar Burnout 10.0. You’re invited to help us bring the house down.

  • When: Friday, December 13, 9pm to late 
  • Where: River City Saloon in Hood River 
  • What: A concert featuring The Prids, DJ Swooop, and DJ Koudele plus a silent auction benefiting our awesome friends and neighbors at Columbia Riverkeeper.

P.S. If you’re interested in staying over in Hood River, get in touch with to grab the group hotel rate.

Columbia Riverkeeper’s mission is to protect and restore the water quality of the Columbia River and all life connected to it, from the headwaters to the Pacific Ocean. Representing over 16,000 members and supporters, Columbia Riverkeeper works to restore a Columbia River where people can safely eat the fish they catch and where children can swim without fear of toxic exposure. Columbia Riverkeeper is a member of Waterkeeper Alliance, the world’s fastest-growing environmental movement, uniting more than 300 Waterkeeper organizations worldwide.

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More than two decades in, The Prids have made the best and most cohesive album of their career, ‘Do I Look Like I’m In Love?’ released in 2018.

Mistina La Fave and David Frederickson met in La Fave’s small hometown of Satin Joseph, Missouri, in 1995, not long after Frederickson had moved there from Southern California. They started a relationship (they divorced in 2001, not long after they married), formed The Prids, and moved to Lincoln, Nebraska, before settling in Portland in 1999. In that time they’ve released four full-length albums, toured all over the world, while gaining the respect of bands throughout Portland for their tenacity and longevity (The Prids are one of the longest-running active bands in the city). They continue to make music for the right reasons—with or without a label, for themselves.

Throughout it all The Prids have remained completely DIY. They say what doesn’t kill you makes you stronger, and this band is the embodiment of that.


All I remember is that the first BC Burnout was insane. The walls were on fire, there was a mechanical bull that no one could tame, and that the booze was flowing like an avalanche coming down a mountain.

~ Random Burnout 1.0 Attendee

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