VICE has Got You Covered This Year at SXSW
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Yeah, we know we're a little late on formally announcing our South by Southwest lineup. We think the wait was worth it, because we're super psyched on who's we've got for you this year. Throughout the two weeks of SXSW, we've got performances by the likes of Bun B, Andrew W.K., Neon Indian, Divine Fits, Major Lazer, Ghostface, Juelz Santana, Action Bronson, Kendrick Lamar, Black Lips, and Baauer. The best part about the whole thing is it's all free. Just click here to RSVP, and we'll see you in Austin.
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