DIY Presents Fontaines DC, Westerman, Viagra Boys and more to play second DIY Presents showcase at SXSW

Fontaines DC, Westerman, Viagra Boys and more to play second DIY Presents showcase at SXSW
Photo: Emma Swann

Haiku Hands, Puma Blue and Easy Life are also joining us at Swan Dive Patio in Austin on 13th March.

Last week, we announced that we’re heading back to SXSW in Austin this year, hosting a showcase at the British Music Embassy on 11th March with the likes of Sports Team, Whenyoung and Anteros.

We’re now delighted to reveal that we’re hosting a second showcase at the annual Stateside buzzfest. Joining us at Swan Dive Patio on Wednesday 13th March will be DIY favourites and Class Of 2019 stars Fontaines DC, Westerman and Easy Life.

They’ll be joined at the showcase by promising Londoner Puma Blue, Stockholm punks Viagra Boys and hyperactive Aussie trio Haiku Hands.

Bands kick off from 8pm and the show is open to badge and wristband-holders only. For more info on our show and the other showcases at the British Music Embassy, head to the SXSW website.

The full line-up for our second SXSW showcase is as follows.

DIY Presents
Swan Dive Patio
Wednesday 13th March

Easy Life
Haiku Hands
Fontaines DC
Viagra Boys
Westerman
Puma Blue

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