Austin area residents! It’s that time of year again. SXSW 2015 is just around the corner. SXSW Wristbands are usually reserved for Austinites, but each year, the festival releases a small number of wristband and hotel packages to those living outside of Austin. Wristbands generally range from $169-$189.
Rules regarding the wristbands…An individual can only purchase up to two wristbands. One wristband must be under the name of the cardholder; the second name must be that of the additional person attending SXSW. Name transfers are not an option for wristbands, and wristbands are non-refundable. Make sure the friend you are purchasing a wristband for can definitely make it out to the festival before securing the purchase.
For further information regarding the SXSW 2015 Music Festival Wristbands, visit this page.
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A lot of confusion and fear has arisen about the future of unofficial acts at South By Southwest, an annual arts and entertainment festival in Austin, Texas, following a report by an outside event planning company. But, South By Southwest organizers have issued a clarifying statement detailing their true goals.
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At Birds Barber Shop in Austin, TX, Phantogram filmed a special performance featuring artist Joshua Davis at SXSW.
Phantogram have been hard at work since they released their February 2014 full-length album, Voices. They paired with New York artist Joshua Davis for the release of the video as part of a “Napster Project”, wherein different musicians and artists collaborate to try and produce art that disrupts the music industry. This is the first time the duo have paired up in a real-time performance, where Joshua Davis coded a series of animations and graphics as the band performed. The result is an entrancing geometrical maze that meshes devilishly well with Phantograms electro-indie vibes. Take a couple of minutes to immerse yourself in all its trippy glory:
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According to KVUE.com, a fourth person has died from injuries sustained in the car accident that occurred earlier this month at outside a SXSW event taking place at The Mohawk. After being placed into a medically induced coma on March 13th, De’Andre Tatum, of Fort Worth, TX finally succumbed to his injuries, and was pronounced dead on Thursday.
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