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Beyond what remains. Hexa turns five as the iteration continues. The San Antonio techno and sound art series returns to the pink hill for an indoor monolight fog showcase. 3D digital art, cinema, live hardware, and precise Djing. All Ages. Lineup: Mt Borracho, Lil Latin pup, Bewitched Djs (Bad Acid 313/ Nicole Noire), Zen Hander, Marco y Antonio, Ded Nugent, des nunda. Please respect all and let the safety team know of any issues. 100% non-tolerance for harassment, leering, and hate speech. Strictly. The event is free but donations are encouraged.

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    2012 Broadway, San Antonio Central


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