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Monday, March 10 • 3:00pm - Tuesday, March 11 •12:00am
Swedish Bootcamp Invasion

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No one ever would have said “Keep Austin Weird” if Threadgill’s hadn’t made it weird in the first place. When bootlegger Kenneth Threadgill opened 1933, he was the first person to own a beer license in the county. The beer joint flourished into the sixties, and changed with the social climate of the era by inviting the folkies, hippies and with open arms. Threadgill’s love for people and music smoothed out the conflicts between longhairs and rednecks, a new culture tolerance emanated from the tavern, which had a profound effect Austin. 

Not to mention it was here that Janis Joplin developed her brassy style that would propel her to become the first female rock and roll superstar. 

On Threadgills we have the opportunity to have a big party and make a big blast. Free food, drinks and great Swedish music! We are planning for a Swedish Battle of the Bands, quick presentations and games in a multi-player setting. This is a crowd source event so pls contact us if you have any ideas or if you have something to present. Email sten@mediaevolution.se


Monday March 10, 2014 3:00pm - Tuesday March 11, 2014 12:00am
Threadgills South 301 W Riverside Drive, Austin, TX 78704

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