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Wednesday, March 2, 2011

Our SXSW Party: Wu-Tang Clan, Erykah Badu, Wild Flag, and More

Posted By on Wed, Mar 2, 2011 at 8:12 AM


And so we join the SXSW deluge: Village Voice Media, the parent company of SF Weekly, and Frank 151 yesterday announced the details of our annual SXSW party: We'll deign to spare you any unfortunate lyrical references to the Wu-Tang Clan but it is headlining. Other eyebrow-poppers you'll want to check out include Carrie Brownstein's new band, Wild Flag (of whom we approve), and a DJ set by Erykah Badu. Oh and this year, the whole thing is free -- no wristband or badge required. Full lineup and relevant details after the jump.

The full lineup as announced:

Wu -Tang Clan


Erykah Badu DJ Set


Trae Tha Truth

Marz Lovejoy

Rocky Business

Trouble Andrew

Wild Flag


Plus Special Guest

Well, any party with Fishbone on the same bill as slamming Austin rock trio Ume has to be a mindbender. The thing goes down Thursday, March 17, 2011 from 5 p.m. - 2 a.m. at Austin Music Hall, 208 Nueces. More info on this website, but, basically, show up before 8 and it's free! (No RSVP.) There's also a pre-party from 5 to 8:30 p.m.

So see you there?

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