Here's what you can expect from the REVOLT House at 2018 SXSW
We’re partnering with Boost Mobile who’ll be handing out swag, taking selfies, and keeping you charged-up.
REVOLT TV is heading to SXSW!
Joining forces with Boost Mobile for the annual music festival, we’ll be presenting the 2018 REVOLT House where more than a dozen performers—stay tuned for the line-up!—will take the stage. The Boost Mobile car will be on site, and in addition to enjoying the concert all night, attendees will be able to take selfies in our photo booth as ambassadors hand out swag. You’ll be able to find influencers and Boost charging stations in the VIP area, but don’t worry, making the switch to Boost Mobile ensures that fans’ service will be nothing but perfection at the REVOLT House. You won’t miss any performances, artists, or dope moments! Stay tuned to REVOLT TV for more details.
The 2018 REVOLT House goes down Wednesday, March 14 from 3 p.m. to 2 a.m. at the Vulcan Gas Company in Austin, Texas.
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