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Illegal Pete's and Greater Than Collective's Second Annual Starving Artist Showcase SXSW

It's that time again. South By Southwest is a mere two weeks away, and truckloads of locals are preparing to make their way down to the Lonestar state to showcase their wares. While all the individual acts will be playing various shows (which we'll have a full rundown of in the coming weeks), there's one place where can catch a great number of Colorado's finest at once. On Friday, March 16 and Saturdy, March 17, Illegal Pete's and the Greater Than Collective are hosting the second annual Starving Artist Showcase at Peckerheads (402 East 6th Street, Austin), hosted by Magic Cyclops. Free beer, great music and food await you.


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Illegal Pete's & Greater Than Collective's STARVING ARTIST PARTY AT SXSW (RSVP at StarvingArtistParty.com)

Friday, March 16 Bad Weather California Epilogues Photo Atlas American Tomahawk Nathaniel Rateliff Fairchildren Ian Cooke Flashbulb Fires Take to the Oars

Saturday, March 17 CobraConda Mancub Eldren Air Dubai Snake Rattle Rattle Snake A. Tom Collins Musketeer Gripweed The Yawpers

Page down to see this year's Starving Artist Showcase poster and info on the Starving Artist Punch card, which can be purchased for $20 at Illegal Pete's (Illegal Pete's has partnered with some local breweries and restaurants to help raise money for its SXSW efforts).



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