When last year's annual SXSW music, film, and comedy showcase was canceled due to COVID-19 — the first of many major events to pull the plug — independent artists felt the sting, including many up and coming Detroit-area performers who were scheduled to perform at the Austin-based festival.
It looks a little different this year but Michigan House is live @sxsw More that 40 organizations from Detroit to Marquette are part of this year virtual embassy to the Conference & Festival. Find all the details at: https://t.co/Bjr5meejPG pic.twitter.com/LSDv0V1S6U— Michigan House 🖐 (@michigan_house) March 16, 2021
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