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Overnight Sound: A Sonic Slumber Party

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Overnight Sound
Twenty artists, composers, and instrumentals will perform at a special event for Contemporary Art Month called Overnight Sound: A Sonic Slumber Party from Saturday, March 26th (6pm) until Sunday, March 27th (8am) at 583 Roosevelt Ave., San Antonio, TX 78228 inside the Mercury Project Contemporary Art Space with a portion of ticket proceeds benefiting Ukraine Relief Aid. At Overnight Sound: A Sonic Slumber Party, a total of 20 artists, composers, and instrumentals from central Texas, California, and beyond will present 12+ hours of sonic textures both electronic and acoustic.

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