HM Magazine is pleased to announce their partnership with the South By So What?! Music Festival. HM‘s sponsorship will begin immediately, and we will continue to support this festival through 2014 and beyond. (See below for SBSW Fall Edition tickets and bands.)

We want to talk to every single person in the Dallas/Ft. Worth area, so if you see one of us in an HM shirt, come say hi. We also have some contests and giveaways for this festival coming soon.

Details

Oct. 25-26
QuikTrip Park
1600 Lone Star Parkway
Grand Prairie, TX 75050

Tickets

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Two-Day Tickets
General Admission: $79
Printed Threads Bundle*: $99
VIP Ticket: $149
Purchase Tickets Here

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Friday, Oct. 25 Tickets
General Admission: $45
Printed Threads Bundle*: $65
VIP Ticket: $85
Purchase Tickets Here

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Saturday, Oct. 26 Tickets
General Admission: $45
Printed Threads Bundle*: $65
VIP Ticket: $85
Purchase Tickets Here

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* includes exclusive t-shirt and poster with two-day admission

Lineup

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Day 1: Oct. 25

  • GWAR
  • Finch
  • Whitechapel
  • Story of the Year
  • For Today
  • Dance Gavin Dance
  • Miss May I
  • Death angel
  • The Almost
  • Three Inches of Blood
  • Goatwhore
  • Like Moths to Flames
  • Hawthorne Heights
  • Capture the Crown
  • Battlecross
  • Revocation
  • Set It Off
  • I Am King
  • A Band of Orcs
  • Kasey Roar
  • Sylar
  • Azurah
  • Iron Reagan
  • Kublai Khan
  • Urizen
  • I Am
  • The Raven Charter
  • Seeker
  • Mouth of the South
  • A Tragedy at Hand
  • Death Star
  • 2×4
  • Jet Set Rifle Club
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Day 2: Oct. 26

  • Sleeping with Sirens
  • Memphis May Fire
  • Breathe Carolina
  • G-Eazy
  • I See Stars
  • Crown the Empire
  • The Word Alive
  • Issues
  • T.Mills
  • Metro Station
  • My Ticket Home
  • Dayshell
  • Palisades
  • Get Scared
  • Lions Lions
  • A Lot Like Birds
  • The Browning
  • This or the Apocalypse
  • Close to Home
  • Romance on a Rocket Ship
  • The Bunny The Bear
  • Indirections
  • Myka
  • Relocate
  • Polyphia
  • For All I Am
  • Serianna
  • This Romantic Tragedy
  • Honour Crest
  • Tear Out the Heart
  • Set the Sun
  • Death of an Era
  • Yesterday as Today
  • Fear and Wonder
  • With Shaking Hands
  • Your Past My Present
  • Hemmle
  • Taking on Poseidon
  • The Weekend Hustler
  • All of This
  • Love Our Loud
  • Audities
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