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Cinderblock Block Party

@ The Cabana, 5416 N FM 973, Austin, TX 78724
CANCELED. The 4th Annual Cinderblock Block Party presented by Corona Hard Seltzer! The Block Party is located on a private estate with towering palm trees, a cascading pool and space to spread out and relax while listening to music. Complimentary drinks are provided all day by Corona, Dulce Vida Tequila, Nektar Juice Bar and Richards Rainwater. The party will host 5 highly anticipated artists (TBA) throughout the day with a DJ spinning between sets. Don't forget to bring swimsuits to lounge around the pool. Free admission with RSVP; limited capacity.

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