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HEARD Presents Joins Forces with PromoJuice 🎀🀘

"(Heard) is dedicated to creating dynamic music events with the feel and ingenuity of warehouse style parties, all in the name of the fan experience"

If you're familiar with the Austin music scene, then you're no stranger to HEARD Presents. HEARD has been showcasing fresh emerging talent at Empire Control Room & Garage and The Parish - two frequently visited venues in Austin, TX for the past several years, as well as Waterloo Music Festival, one of Austin's premiere camping music festivals.

Empire Control Room & Garage boasts over 15,000 square feet: the perfect recipe to put on an insane warehouse party experience like no other. Their team is "dedicated to presenting quirky, warehouse style events that feel more like adventurous discoveries than everyday affairs." Tuxedo (Mayer Hawthorne & Jake One), Autograf, Yung Bans, and Timecop1983 are a few of the acts making their way to Empire later this year.

Only 5 blocks away, The Parish's 5,300 square feet offers a bit more of an intimate experience. Austin's music lovers can enjoy a full bar, gorgeously lit stage, and a music selection showcasing everything from bluegrass to electronic bass music. Dennis Lloyd, Shlomo, and Paul Gilbert are a few of the artists you can look forward to seeing at The Parish later this month.

Are you a regular at Empire or The Parish? Join the team!

PromoJuice has partnered with HEARD Presents to supercharge their street team program, and create even more legendary experiences at both Empire & The Parish. Team members can earn free tickets, and other amazing perks simply by helping support HEARD Presents shows. What are you waiting for?

(Street Team Applications are now closed)

Tell your friends! We'll see you out there. 🎢

Sebastian Schulze
Sebastian Schulze
Sebastian is a client success specialist who has overseen the research, planning, and execution of all major product releases at PromoTix, Inc. Sebastian ensures a seamless onboarding experience for users, and provides our clients with the tools and support needed to achieve their goals.

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