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The Rise Schedule Free Show

Posted by Michael on December 13, 2004

Keeping with the theme of giving away things for free, The Rise have coordinated a free show for January 7th at Emo's in their hometown of Austin, TX. Joining them on the bill are Recover, At All Cost, Constance, The Visitors, and Vice Versa. A commemorative poster that will be available for purchase at the show can be viewed here.

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