UPDATE: The DJBooth, A3C & SXSW to Present March 17, Showcase at Emo’s

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Download DJBooth's new App, The PLUG Austin, Tx. -- Next month, March 9-18, up-and-coming artists from across the map will converge on Austin, Texas to participate in the 26th annual South by Southwest festival. As part of the week's festivities, The DJBooth has come together with A3C to present a star-studded evening of music at local venue Emo's.

Going down Saturday, March 17, from 8 PM to 2 AM, the J Hatch (of iStandard) hosted showcase will feature 20+ Booth-approved artists performing live on two stages, including Freeway, Brother Ali, Mobb Deep,Consequence, Skyzoo, Wax and many more!

Update: We're proud to announce that Rittz have been added to the DJBooth stage!

Want to attend? Visit the official SXSW site to learn how to register.

Freeway   Brother Ali   Mobb Deep   Concerts

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