About Flatstock 43

Presented by Vans and the American Poster Institute (API), Flatstock 43 will display the works of the world's top gig poster artists. The show runs March 13-15 and will feature posters of varying styles, colors and techniques for sale by the very artists who created them.

About API The American Poster Institute is a nonprofit corporation dedicated to serving the poster artist community and promoting the art form. The Flatstock shows provide the American Poster Institute with a way to present poster artists collectively while showcasing the breadth of styles they represent.

The best concert posters have always captured both the essence of the music they promoted and the spirit of the time in which they were produced. Flatstock provides an ongoing series of opportunities to see fine poster art in person and to meet the artists who created it.

Free and Open to the Public!

Dates:
Thursday, March 13 from 2:00 pm to 6:00 pm.
Friday, March 14 from 11:00 am to 6:00 pm.
Saturday, March 15 from 11:00 am to 6:00 pm.

Location: Austin Convention Center, Exhibit Hall 4


Flatstock is open to the public with free Guest Pass wristbands, available in advance or on-site at the event. See our Guest Pass site for more information. Badge and Wristband holders do not need a Guest Pass to attend.

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Flatstock Stage

Take a load off from your poster perusing to hear second plays from your favorite showcasing artists on Flatstock Stage. Check out our invited curators and their hand-picked lineups below!

Thursday March 13th

Santa Cruz Guitar Company

2-4pm - Official SXSW Artists

Friday March 14th

Gorilla vs Bear

1:00pm - TOPS

1:35pm - Angelina Lucero

2:15pm - Pure Bathing Culture

3:00pm - Tei Shi

Flatstock

4:00pm - Residual Kid

4:45pm - Cosmonauts

5:30pm - Cheers Elephant

Saturday March 15th

Anti Records

1:00pm - Arc Iris

1:40pm - Lost In The Trees

2:20pm - Saint Seneca

3:00pm - The Melodic

Brooklyn Vegan

4pm - S U R V I V E

4:45pm - Bronze Whale

5:30pm - Mother Falcon

Top photo by Lisa Hause