Weird Fest

I Heart Weirdos: Austin’s First Hip-Hop Festival Shows Some Love

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Words by Jordan Gass-Poore’ — Web Content Manager
Photos by Taryn Peters — Assistant Music Director

Austin’s inaugural (and first ever) hip-hop festival put a new spin on the saying “Keep Austin Weird.”

The skinny: Weird City Fest, sponsored by Austin Mic Exchange, aimed to connect local and national hip-hop acts for a three-day Red River invasion late last month. The eclectic lineup included Phranchyze and MR Fest artist Chief and The Doomsday Device, among many others.

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