Saturday Afterparty Added to So Raw Festival Lineup

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Don't sleep this weekend. Now the So Raw Festival goes all day, night, and late-night on Saturday. The first show that day goes from noon to 4 p.m. at the Upper Eastside Garden, followed by an evening show back at 'ISM Gallery in Wynwood, starting at 7 p.m. (Check out the New Times' guide to the festival here for full details.)

The festival organizers have also just added a Saturday night afterparty, held at Poplife. A So Raw wristband gets you into Poplife for $5, and JESP performs at 1 a.m. That's Outereach's new electro-pop project, which debuted to a pretty warm reception recently at the Vagabond.

Get full ticket and lineup information at sorawfestival.com.

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