Saturday, April 21, 2012

It's Time for Spring Club Crawl!

Posted By on Sat, Apr 21, 2012 at 3:00 PM

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Tonight's the big night, as the Spring edition of Club Crawl takes over downtown and Fourth Avenue, with 25 stages of live music. If you don't have your wristband yet, you'll be able to pick one up for $10 at the gate, or upgrade to a VIP pass for $25 (which will give you your own entrance and a special tent with its own bar and restrooms next to the Bud Light Stage).

Despite the inconvenience of the streetcar construction on Congress, there will still be plenty of parking, plenty of music, and minimal inconvenience. For more information, see our Club Crawl FAQ page.

Need information on the bands playing? Check out the schedule.

Want to get something to eat before, after or during the Crawl? We have a guide for that, too.

Also we have a story about Chali 2na, one of the headliners, who you might remember from Jurassic 5 or Ozomatli, and a wrap-up of the acts coming in from out of town.

For up-to-the-minute info during the festival, check us out on Twitter, or get into the conversation by using the hashtag #clubcrawl. See you downtown!

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