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Gary Baseman makes the La Brea Tarpits Giggle and Pop

Following last year's "La Noche de la Fusion", Gary Baseman (HF Vol. 1) returns with another interactive carnival, this time transporting his ChouChous and Wild Girls to the La Brea Tar Pits. The choreographed show will feature two dozen characters engaging the audience throughout the park as well as the museum, as an added bonus, special limited edition sashes will be handed out by the artist to those audience members who participate.

"Giggle and Pop" goes down this Saturday, June 12th 2010, look out for special performances to commence at 12pm, 1pm, and 3pm. Gary sent Hi-Fructose some special behind-the-scenes sketches, check them out after the jump.

Following last year’s “La Noche de la Fusion”, Gary Baseman (HF Vol. 1) returns with another interactive carnival, this time transporting his ChouChous and Wild Girls to the La Brea Tar Pits. The choreographed show will feature two dozen characters engaging the audience throughout the park as well as the museum, and as an added bonus, special limited edition sashes will be handed out by the artist to those audience members who participate.

“Giggle and Pop” goes down this Saturday, June 12th 2010, look out for special performances to commence at 12pm, 1pm, and 3pm. Gary sent Hi-Fructose some special behind-the-scenes sketches, check them out below!

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