The Viceland bus is coming back to SXSW, and this year it includes swag, music and baby goats


The Viceland Bus is headed back to South by Southwest this year, with a super cute twist.

The fully-refurbished party bus is taking over the parking 98 Red River St. (near the corner of Red River and Cesar Chavez streets) from March 10-13 during SXSW, promising “free stuff and baby goats.”

It often attracts celebs, too -- for example, Grumpy Cat once made a guest appearance during SXSW.

It’s also a hub to charge your phone, snag free drinks and snacks and listen to music. It’s open to the public, but SXSW badges will be given priority.


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