South African rap-rave group Die Antwoord made a stop at the Pageant last night, bringing Zef style and generalized shock-factor insanity to the Delmar loop. Fans came out in droves as well, ready to have a good time and many even willing to indulge our photographer in what is known as the "Cali Handshake," which basically involves both parties executing the "hang loose" surfer signal with their hands while bumping knuckles.
Hey, its a Die Antwoord show. We can get weird if we want.
Therefore, here are some photos of Cali Handshakes in action, as well as two lunatic South African stars performing on a stage. Be sure to check out our full slideshow of the event, shot by photographer Bryan Sutter, here.
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