Ready. Set. Music. (By The Slice 2011)

Posted in Music and other Arts by Tara Bouley on February 3, 2011

Wye Oak

We love Austin in March for so many reasons. It’s our month of Spring before Summer begins.  The green belt is green again. The billion youngsters who attend UT get a well deserved break. We finally clean out that junk drawer.

Quit playin’, son! We love March for Music by the Slice, our annual day party during South by Southwest.  This year’s party will run March 17-19, from 1-7pm daily, and as always will be free with no RSVP.  This year we will feature 30 artists carefully chosen by the Home Slice crew for their awesome-ness.

Stay tuned to this channel as we will begin announcing the artists and other details shortly.

Here’s the official page for MXTS, with line up.

Check out some pictures from last year(see the full set on Flickr):

Links to past year’s parties:

Music by the Slice 2010

Music by the Slice 2009

Music by the Slice 2008


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  1. The Pizza Thieves said, on February 4, 2011 at 1:10 pm

    Hello! We’re The Pizza Thieves from Norman, OK. We’d love to play at your show if you’d have us! We play a kind of folk/garage/surf/punk. And, we promise not to steal any of your pizza!

    Here’s some links to our songs: (Poor Audio Quality Alert!)!/pages/The-Pizza-Thieves/123413912307

    • Tara Bouley said, on February 8, 2011 at 11:31 am

      Thanks for the inquiry! We’re all booked up already!

  2. Angelique said, on March 3, 2011 at 4:28 pm

    still no flier?

    Dying to know who is playing when so I can make plans to attend.

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