The GOTJ Is Heading Back To The Legendary Crystal Forest This August
The Gathering of the Juggalos. The festival that the Juggalos call home. The festival has been running independently for 21 years now. That is bigger than many other festivals out there. The Gathering of the Juggalos is a festival for all types of genres of music, arts, and entertainment. If you have never been I highly suggest that you start saving. One of the best things about the Gathering of the Juggalos is that is is one of the cheapest festivals you can goto. We are just hardly into the year 2020, and we’ve already got a date and location for the 21st Annual Gathering of the Juggalos!
Jumpsteady and the rest of Psychopathic Records teased us last week with some GOTJ info being dropped today. Well, they did not disappoint at all. It looks like the wagon carries us back to Garrettsville, Ohio to reunite with the Juggalo family. GOTJ is an event so many look forward to. Now they get to go back to what is dubbed as one of the best locations for it.
So in addition to the GOTJ taking place at Crystal Forest, but it has been announced there is a Bizzar Bizaar theme to boot! With the twentieth anniversary of this iconic album, it justs makes sense. What else do you think will be in store at the GOTJ?
Keep your eyes on the Gathering website and you never know when the deets will be dropping!
Check out a little history below on the album:
- “Intro” – 2:07
- “Take Me Away” – 4:39
- “Fearless” – 4:14
- “Rainbows and Stuff” – 4:11
- “Whut?” (featuring Twiztid) – 4:55
- “Still Stabbin'” – 4:03
- “Tilt-A-Whirl” – 3:58
- “We Gives No Fuck” – 3:39
- “Please Don’t Hate Me” – 4:18
- “Behind the Paint” – 4:33
- “My Homie Baby Mama” – 4:09
- “The Pendulum’s Promise” – 21:25
On August 20th, 1999, episode of The Howard Stern Show, Insane Clown Posse clashed with fellow guest Sharon Osbourne, and she bet Violent J $50,000 that ICP’s next album would not sell more than 200,000 copies, and that it would be subsequently dropped from its distributor. Violent J then increased the bet, predicting that the group’s next album would sell at least 500,000 units.
Bizaar and Bizzar combined to sell 400,000 units, which fell short of Violent J’s prediction but exceeded Sharon Osbourne’s expectations. Following the release of the albums, Insane Clown Posse left Island Records after its contract expired because, according to the group, they did not want to release its sixth Joker’s Card through Island Records.
The song “Still Stabbin'” is a sequel to “I Stab People”.