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62. The Spazmatics at Cedar Street Courtyard

March 3, 2010

For the ultimate journey back in time to the 80’s – you have to check out the Spazmatics at Cedar Street Courtyard. Nerdy-ness meets 80’s favorites creating this must see show.

They put on a show that will have you laughing, singing along, and dancing all night long – so bust out those old high tops.  It is a show that never gets old not matter how many times you see it.

They are by far some of the best local talent in town. They actually have performed all over the country but are a local band. Their unique ‘nerdography’ and ‘spaztic’ movements have had them invited to play at The White House, private events for Kid Rock, Johnny Depp, Jennifer Aniston and many, many more.  

Cedar Street on Wednesday nights is a come one, come all place. All ‘80s fanatics venture out for the show, if you are an ‘80s lover you will fit in.  Get out your big hair, parachute pants and pocket protectors and head out for the ultimate Eighties experience.

Happy Hour: Monday – Friday 4:00-8:00pm

The Spazmatics play Every Wednesday at 9:30.

If you cannot get into the 1980’s experience check out Cedar Street another night because it does have live music 7 nights a week.

208 W. 4th Street
Austin, Texas 78701


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