SXSW Wristbands Available Starting Today
The South by Southwest (SXSW) Music Festival is pleased to announce that SXSW Wristbands will be available online at wristbands.sxsw.com beginning at 10:00 a.m. this morning. The SXSW Music Festival takes place Tuesday, March 13 – Sunday, March 18, 2012 on 95 stages throughout central Austin with 2000 bands performing.
2000 wristbands will be put on sale at the price of $149 (including tax) when those sell out another 2000 will be put on sale for $175 for as long as they last or through Monday, February 13th, whichever comes first. Sales are limited to Austin area residents. All advance sales will be online.

Individuals may purchase one wristband for themselves and one for another person whose name must be provided at the time of purchase. Online purchase requires a credit card with a billing zip code in the Austin area. A list of zip codes is available at wristbands.sxsw.com

Bands continue to be confirmed and the SXSW website is updated daily. The schedule can be found at www.schedule.sxsw.com/2012. For more information on SXSW, please go to www.sxsw.com.
SXSW Music is sponsored by Miller Lite, Sonicbids, Chevrolet, IFC, Pepsi, Doritos, Monster Energy, Freecreditscore.com, Esurance, AT&T, Dell and the Austin Chronicle.

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