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Dyn Returns To SXSW In 2013, Date And Venue Official (Video)

For the third straight year, Internet Infrastructure leaders Dyn will return to where the Music Meets Tech concept was truly born: South By Southwest in Austin, TX.

Like a power twosome, Dyn and music curators/startup 1band 1brand will once again unite to fuel the event, scheduled for the crossover day when SXSW’s interactive portion ends and when the music part begins: Tuesday, March 12 at the Cedar Street Courtyard in downtown Austin.

It’s the same venue that last year’s well-received and buzzworthy event was held at.

To that end, GYK Marketing helped Dyn put together a video encompassing the 2012 experience. The highlight package includes clips of headliners Dawes, The Lumineers, The Parlotones, Quiet Life and more. Dawes has been out on the road with Mumford And Sons, while The Lumineers’ self-titled album has been a mainstay on iTunes’ Top 10 for quite some time.

We’ll be announcing the headliners and supporting acts very shortly via our social media channels and on our site.

Enjoy this look back at ’12:

And while you’re at it, be sure to check out what happened the first time we visited SXSW and how the party almost never happened:

And if you really want to jump in the wayback machine, watch this clip from 2010 when we were just attendees scouring the town. Who’s that fresh-faced VP?

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