'Dirt' in Your Third Eye

Wednesday nights at Club de Ville have gotten a lot cooler now that the Psychotropic DJs have taken over from Seattle. Tonight, however, the added treat is a screening of Scott Conn's documentary, A Dirt Road to Psychedelia: Austin, Texas During the 1960s, featuring interviews and archival footage with folks who were there, man. 9pm, followed by the DJs.

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