'Ink In The Clink' Kicks Off At The Ohio State Reformatory

  • 7/14/2017 4:05:00 PM
  • Tyler Warner
  • Local News

MANSFIELD, OH - The Third Annual "Ink In The Clink" Music and Tattoo Festival opens its doors at 10:00 A.M. Friday, July 14th for what is sure to be a weekend of excitement.

WMFD had a chance to talk with local business owner Rick Fields, Haunt Manager Vic Amesquita, and Felicia Kay, a piercer for Mainstreet studios 2 In Mansfield.

The show runs Friday the 14th through Sunday the 16th from 10:00 A.M. - 10:00 P.M. with each day featuring different artists.

This year, the show features Live Bands, Side Shows, Trophies and Awards for tattoos, a Shuttle Service, Prison Tours, Giveaways, A Palm Reader, A Henna Artist, Apparel, Tattoo supplies and novelties, the usual Reformatory souvenirs and much more. The event is boasting over 100 tattoo artists, 35 bands, food trucks, oddity vendors, contests and beer gardens. 

The headliners for this year's fest include "In This Moment" on Friday, "Three Days Grace" on Saturday and "Theory Of A Deadman" on Sunday. A host of supporting acts include nationally touring acts like "All That Remains" and "10 Years", but also local acts like Mansfield's own Chase Beaire. 

WMFD had a chance to talk with local business owner Rick Fields, Haunt Manager Vic Amesquita, and Felicia Kay, a piercer for Mainstreet studios 2 In Mansfield. 

More information including ticketing and full lineups are available online at www.inkintheclink.com. Tickets are still available. 

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