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4th Annual Frisco Freakout!

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After the FREE, sun-drenched, mimosa-warped glory that was Hardly Strictly, 15 bucks may seem a lot to pay for a concert. But unlike Hardly Strictly, the fourth annual Frisco Freakout is not thrown by a billionaire. It’s thrown by my downstairs neighbor, and is by all accounts awesome.

The all-day, all-night psych-rock dance party at Thee Parkside is bound to blow some minds. On the docket: a serious collection of great psych-rock acts, accompanied, of course, by trippy visuals. Bands – including the Imajinary Friends, Assemble Head in Sunburst Sound, Carlton Melton, Harderships, and way more – start at 1:30pm and play till 2am, plenty of time to lose yourself in the atmosphere, the cheap drinks, or anything else floating around.

Frisco Freakout also works to benefit Creativity Explored, an outlet for artists with developmental disabilities to make, show, and sell their work.


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Frisco Freakout
Saturday, Oct. 8

Thee Parkside
1600 17th St.


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