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Imagine Fest III

Back for its third installment, the “Loudest Bookstore in Texas” returns with Imagine Fest III, a weeklong event hosting local, regional, national (and sometimes international) acts at Imagine Books and Records. If you’re looking to get your DIY fix, boo, this shit is YOUR shit. The fest kicked off Sunday, March 11, and continues through Saturday, March 17. Here’s what to expect from Wednesday on: Wednesday - Advance Base (Chicago), Mr. Pidge, 16 the Olympus, Friendship (Philadelphia), Godiva; Thursday - Islands & Tigers, Slomobile, Processions, The Frog & Bandit; Friday - St. Dukes, Grady Philip Drugg (ATX), Poets & Saints, Peanut Gallery, Joshua Myles; Saturday - Jason Kane & The Jive, Vintage Pictures, Shrynes, Rivers Want, Noise Quota.

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