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Deadpool and Remanon coheadlining show

Winning SA Current's Best Metal Act several times over, Deadpool continues to bring the bacon when it comes to supplying heavy riffs and mind blowing guitar riffs. Relative newcomers and 2015 winners of Best Hard Rock act, Remanon, play a jazzy slice of modern prog epitomized in their Episodes EP. Bridging the musical gap, and opening the night will be the instrumental prog/metal band Vincent's Betrayal, from Victoria, TX.

Venue Details

  • 502 Bar

    502 Embassy Oaks, Ste 138 San Antonio

    (210) 257-8125; (210) (FAX)

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