Fast food franchise Denny's might be best known for its Signature Slams, but a restaurant in Santa Ana, California, recently got a slam of a whole other sort. On Saturday, December 14th, hardcore band Wacko played a show at the Denny's there, and shit got out of hand. Chairs, tables and chandeliers were damaged, and a bill for $1,000 to cover the costs was levied against the 17-year-old promoter who booked the show. Fortunately, a Gofundme campaign was launched to assist the kid, and it has since closed, having raised $1,115.
"Wacko is hosting a gofundme for the kid who threw the Dennys show. hes 17 years old and the first show he ever booked was the dennys grand slam which is so fkn nuts," The campaign's description read. "Unfortunately the restaurant pinned him on the heavy damages done to the place. Between a few table a few chairs and those chandelier hanging light thingys the damages racked up to close to thousand dollars they claim (Pshhh bulllshiiiiiit). Fck that, well give em 600 bucks and tell em to go to Wal-Mart for replacements.
"Anything you can donate would help. Not only does he have to pay for damages but the kid dropped over 400dollars on renting the Denny's and then also threw down cash to rent a generator to host an after party/show under a bridge by a Costco for all the kids who couldnt get inside the dennys show. Show this kid some luv cause he put southern California punk shit on the map hard asf"
See video of the show below.