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October Texas Tour with Kath Barbadoro

Posted on September 6, 2019

10/14  – Austin, TX – North Door Tavern – TICKETSfacebook event

10/16 – Oklahoma City, OK – 51st Speakeasy – TICKETSfacebook event

10/17 – Dallas, TX –  Sons Of Hermann Hall – TICKETSfacebook event

10/18 – Houston, TX – Houston Underground – Joint venture with Party World Rasslin. TICKETSfacebook event

We’ve been traveling barefoot all across the country but we still haven’t been to Texas and now it’s finally happening! We want to come out and share some stories about what the Street Fight journey has been like so far and we want y’all to share some your stories of local small business tyranny. Kath is genius on her own so she’ll be coming along to get warmed up before hitting the road with Patton Oswalt!

Street Fight Radio is a pro-worker, anti-establishment comedy radio show that has been broadcasting on 92.7 WCRS in Columbus Ohio since 2010. Listeners all across the flat Earth tune in to our show as a podcast. Our Sunday night call in show features topics like small business tyrants, cryptids, nu-metal, and hustling the grocery store that tie directly into our live show. Come hang with the gang that questions everything.

Kath Barbadoro is a NYC-based stand up comedian, writer, TV personality, and podcaster. She’s been on Comedy Central’s “Roast Battle” and was a correspondent on The CW’s “ATX Uncensored(ish)”. She makes fun of movies with Master Pancake Theater and co-host two podcasts, What A Time To Be Alive and Lie, Cheat, & Steal. (find more @

SF X Struggle Session live in Indy, Detroit, and Chicago

Posted on August 15, 2019

We are hitting the road with another show again! Right on the heels of the Hellfire tour, we’re bringing Leslie and Jack from the Struggle Session Podcast into the midwest for their first ever live performance together. Come see history! We’ve been traveling barefoot across this flat earth and we got some stories to tell. We will also be listening to your small business tyrant nightmare scenarios.
Struggle Session is the world’s finest politics and pop culture podcast. Leslie Lee III (Jacobin Magazine, Japan Times, Pro Wrestling Is Art), Jack Allison (Jimmy Kimmel Live, JackAM) wade into the reactionary hellhole of modern America. We talk video games, movies, TV, wrestling, comic books, music, anime, and all of your problematic faves.


Indianapolis – Irving Theater – Monday 8/26 – Doors 8pm Show 9pm – Tickets – Facebook

Detroit Area – Planet Ant – Tuesday 8/27 – Doors 8pm Show 9pm – Tickets – Facebook

Chicago – The Hideout – Friday 8/30 – Doors 8pm Show 9pm – Tickets – Facebook


Street Fight Radio x District Sentinel x Trillbilly Workers Party Southern Tour

Posted on July 4, 2019


Street Fight Radio, The District Sentinel, and Trillbilly Workers Party have joined up for an adventure to the DSA convention in Atlanta, GA. We’ll be having a blast and hanging with all y’all along the way as we spread our radical egalitarian mess across the Southern US. Starting with the capital!


Washington DC – The Big Hunt – Sunday 7/28 – 2 Shows – TicketsFacebook

Chapel Hill, NC – Nightlight – Tuesday 7/30 – Doors 8pm Show 9pm – TicketsFacebook

Jacksonville, FL – Rain Dogs – Thursday 8/1 – Doors 8pm Show 9pm – TicketsFacebook

Atlanta, GA – Drunk Unicorn – Saturday 8/3 – Doors 8pm Show 9pm – TicketsFacebook

Atlanta, GA – The Bakery – Sunday 8/4 – Doors 8pm Show 9pm – TicketsFacebook

Nashville, TN – DRKMTTR – Monday 8/5 – Doors 6pm Show 7pm – TicketsFacebook


Street Fight Radio is the #1 anarcho-comedy show on any station across the nation. We’ve been traveling barefoot across this flat earth and we got some stories to tell. We will also be listening to your small business tyrant nightmare scenarios.

District Sentinel Radio does watchdog and policy reporting for the left, without taking itself too seriously. Recording from the heart of the beast in our nation’s capital, Pisstown, USA.

Trillbilly Workers Party started in 2017 in beautiful Whitesburg, Kentucky and covers the southern, Appalachian, and rural left in the most ridiculous manner possible.



One ticket is $20/$25, this covers not only the cost of the venue but the entire crew to travel, eat and sleep along the way. We understand that a higher price is a hindrance for some of our listeners to get in the show. To alleviate this issue, we are offering the comrade discount system.

When you add a “Comrade” ticket to your cart, you are paying for half of the cost of someone else’s ticket. $10/$12.50 will be added to your total. You may adjust the quantity once it is in your cart. Add as many more as you like. If you want to cover the cost of a full ticket adjust the quantity to 2 and $20/$25 will be added to your total. Leftover funds will be donated.

If you can’t afford the full price of the ticket at this time, select “Discount” ticket and pay half price for admission.

If you don’t have the means at all to pay or you need finanacial assistance with attending the Nashville show, contact us at


The Shirt. Limited quantity of sizes s-3xl will be available at each location. 

By Dave Davenport aka Dogspunk on Instagram or Dogspunk4reals on Twitter.

Bet On Red Southwest Tour In May

Posted on April 30, 2019

Hey, everyone, we are really stoked about hitting the Southwest in just under 3 weeks. Hope y’all are ready to get in a Street Fight!!! Tell us some of your favorite things to do in these cities. We like places with big beef and vegetarian options, conservative landmarks, candy outlets, head shops, and classic donuts that are not $3 each. Please RSVP to the facebook event if you can and let your twitter and instagram folks know we are coming.  


*There are no physical pre-sale tickets. Your name will be put on the list. You can also buy tickets at the door.*

5-19 Denver, CO – Hi-Dive – Doors 8 pm Show 9 pm – TicketsFacebook Event

5-21 Albuquerque, NM – The Comedy Vault – Doors 8 pm Show 9 pm – TicketsFacebook Event

5-22 Phoenix, AZ – Rips – Doors 8 pm Show 9 pm – TicketsFacebook Event

5-26 Las Vegas, AZ – The Dive Bar – Doors 8 pm Show 9 pm – TicketsFacebook Event


Nor’easter Tour April 2019

Posted on March 21, 2019


Philadelphia, PA – Good Good Comedy Theatre – 4/3/19 – Doors 7pm Show 8pm – Bandsintown – Facebook Event (please RSVP) – Tickets

Brooklyn, New York City – Littlefield – 4/6/19 – Doors 7pm Show 8pm – BandsintownFacebook Event (please RSVP) – Tickets

Queens, New York – SplaniaMania Wrestlemania Watch Party – Queens Brewery – 4/7/19 – 5pm – midnight – BandsintownFacebook Event (please RSVP) – Tickets

Portland, ME – The Aphodian Theater – 4/9/19 – Door 8pm Show 9pm  – BandsintownFacebook Event (please RSVP) – Tickets

Boston, MA – 4/12/19 – The Center for Arts at the Armory – 7pm Door 8pm Show – BandsintownFacebook Event (please RSVP) – Tickets

West Coast Tour January 2019

Posted on December 10, 2018

Seattle, WA – Clock-out Lounge – 1/5/19 – Doors 9pm Show 10pm – Facebook Event (please RSVP)Tickets

Portland, OR – Lola’s Room In The Crystal Ballroom – 1/6/19 – Doors 8pm Show 9pm – All Ages – Facebook Event (please RSVP)Tickets

Eugene, OR – Old Nick’s Pub – 211 Washington St – 1/7/19 – 21+ – Door 9pm Show 10pm – Facebook Event (please RSVP)Tickets

Oakland, CA – The Golden Bull – 412 14th St – 1/9/19 8pm Door 9pm Show – Facebook Event (please RSVP)Tickets

Los Angeles, CA – 1/12/19 – The Virgil – 7pm Door 8pm Show – Facebook Event (please RSVP) – Tickets

The Gumball shirts are finally here!

Posted on September 13, 2018
Y’all asked for shirts and it’s been a while since we’ve done one. The gumball illustrations were done by Asia Wisely AKA Extinct Inks on Instagram and I added the border. The shirt will say “Street Fight Radio” on the back. They are going to be manufactured and printed with union labor in the USA. They are going to retail for $25 + $3 shipping but if you pre-order now you can get it for $20 + $3 shipping. Shirts will be $20 until 9/30/18. I will then order them on October 1st. It will take about two weeks. Your shirts will start arriving towards the end of October. They will then return to the store for $25. Get in early and save.
All of this money will go towards paying for the labor of Katy, Jason, and Jake who are making my life so much easier and also go towards booking the west coast and Texas tours. Your financial support is greatly appreciated as we spread this mess across the US.
Do you think Gumball Is A Stupid Asshole or do you think Gumball thought must be upheld?

Street Fight Radio Guide To Kratom

Posted on September 10, 2018

If you want to give the green buddha a ride before it gets banned this guide will help you pick out the right strain. And as a way of saying thank you please consider buying from us.

What is kratom?

It is a tropical deciduous and evergreen tree in the coffee family native to Southeast Asia in the Indochina and Malaysia. Mitragyna speciosa(the nerdy name for kratom) is indigenous to Thailand where it has been used in traditional medicine. (Don’t believe me? Check Wikipedia, that’s where I copied it from.)

When you drink kratom powder at high doses it activates the opiate receptors in your brain which creates a painkiller like effect. It eases aches and pains and gives you a good melty feeling. It is much milder than manufactured opiates so it is often used to help people quit oxy, heroin, and even alcohol. At lower doses kratom is more of an espresso like stimulant great for focusing, relieving stress, and anxiety. As a powder, it’s just as safe as a cup of coffee. The highly potent extracts made by manipulating and concentrating the leaf were creating some of the shocking stories in the news that lead to the ban.

That being said I will always give you the whole truth and that is if you do a large dose (10g – 20g) you can get itchy like popping pills and some people could vomit (good shit, right?), but eventually, it just knocks you out. Also if you do too much (over 20g) you could have a really hard lava-poop-baby. So be warned. I am no doctor but these are just plants that make you feel cool. Respect it like any new substance that makes your brain warm.

How much do I need?

Basically, for most people who are just now trying it, you will only need 3 – 10 grams. It’s very easy to wade your way into some kratom tea so that you can sip slow until you get where you’re comfy. I recommend weighing your kratom instead of using a teaspoon or tablespoon because the density can be very different between strains. Also, I am only 170 lbs, Bryan is a bigger dude and has been using it for a while so he takes 1 – 2 tbs now.

One teaspoon is like 2.5 grams.
1tsp (2.5 grams) Feel alert and clear
2tsp (5 grams) Get a buzz
3tsp (7.5 grams) Relax at night
4tsp (10 grams) Tie one on

So 100 grams of kratom powder will get you about 10 body melting experiences or 40 bursts of mental clarity. It’s up to you!

What’s THE BEST kratom?


White seems to be the most intense. You’re definitely gonna feel “drugged out”. More likely to get a heavy body high, face numbness. 

from the kratom bible

“ White vein kratom has a very strong following, and can be highly effective for conditions such as depression and lack of focus/energy. Of all the vein types, white vein shows the most potential as a nootropic (cognition enhancing) substance. Many have found that using this vein type first thing in the morning to be a great substitute for coffee due to it’s “clean” effects on alertness and focus. Pain Relief: 1/3 Energy: 3/3″


Red is euphoric and has the most painkiller effects. Drink it during the day for long lasting pain relief.

from the kratom bible

Red vein kratom is one of the most popular due to its natural tendency toward higher levels of  7-hydroxymitragynine, which leads to impressive pain-killing effects, sedation, as well as anxiety and stress relief.Red veins also tends to be less at the mercy of individual brain chemistry; whereas white and green vein strains often effect people variably.This is one of the reasons red vein thai (RVT) is so popular among kratom users –it combines both heavy levels of energy from it’s Thai influences, with the red vein painkilling effects —  leaving the strain stimulating but very well-rounded. Pain Relief: 3/3 Energy: 1/3″


Green is in the middle and for me overall very pleasurable in both body high and mental clarity. Makes me feel joyous.

from the kratom bible

“For those who prefer neither the sedation of red veins, or the stimulation of white veins, green vein kratom may be the best solution. Green vein strains are much more moderate in their effects than other the other vein varieties and can provide the best of both worlds, making them commonly used as a daily kratom.Green vein strains can also provide nootropic effects, and are generally less at the whim of personal brain chemistry than white vein strains tend to be. Pain Relief: 2/3 Energy: 1.5/3″


Maeng Da is available for all colors. It’s a more powerful kind because the stem has been filtered out so you get more leaf in the powder.

How Do I Use Kratom?

Kratom has a very unique (nice way to say awful to most) taste. Once you realize how badass it is though the flavor tastes good. To me, it tastes similar to Yerba Mate but I think the best description is from a friend who said: “it tastes like the rainforest.”

The simplest way to do it. Dilute in water and shake or stir. If you are a picky eater and already feel like you can’t hang here are the best liquids to cut through the flavor. Orange juice and Grapefruit juice are kratom potentiators meaning they will give your leaf a boost but it also hides the flavor very well. I find that lemon actually cuts through the bitterness the best. So if I’m gonna be running around during the day I will mix a TBS of kratom with 20 oz of water and a whole lemon.

Make Tea – Boil water, let it sit, pour over kratom in a cup, put a coffee filter in another cup to strain it. I like to make a large batch of tea and mix it with homemade lemonade (lemons, water, simple syrup). I call this a Lonnie Palmer. Best tasting way to have it so far.

Chocolate milk and chocoalte protein powders also a great masker of kratom flavor

Applesauce is also an easy way to devour some kratom. Add honey and cinnamon for the pickiest eaters.