Chaos in Tejas 2012

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May 31 - Jun 03 2012

Austin, Texas

$150 (4-Day)

Now in its eighth glorious year, Chaos in Tejas, aka one of the world’s most celebrated gathering of underground punk, hardcore, indie, grind, thrash, and heavy metal heroes young and old, has just announced the latest additions to its 2012 event, taking place May 31st through June 3rd around the entire city of Austin, Texas.

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Festival schedule is not released yet.

Coming Soon!

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