Extended Play

Back by popular demand, the Invincible Czars reprise Iron Maiden's The Number of the Beast in its entirety Saturday at Room 710.

Throughout February and March, Walden Media will be in Austin shooting Will, a feature film starring High School Musical's Vanessa Hudgens that ends with a classic battle of the bands. In similar fashion, the Paul Green School of Rock Music concludes its trifecta of tribute shows (Black Sabbath, the Who) with a Guitar Gods showcase at Ruta Maya Friday and Saturday, 7pm.

Calling all gearheads. Rio Rita (1308 E Sixth Street) hosts the second music equipment swap meet and sale Saturday, 12-4pm. Power and small amps will be available to test out the equipment. Maybe if you're lucky you'll score one of these.

Don't forget the annual benefit for the Handsome Joel Foundation occurs tomorrow at Elysium with Dixie Witch, Broken Teeth, Pure Luck, Brewtality Inc., and Full Stride. Music starts at 10pm.

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