Houston Music

Bands Rally to Save Their Beloved Mango's

Last Saturday night in Montrose, reports our photographer Francisco Montes, "everyone was there to squeeze as much life out of Mango's as possible. Every band rallied people to the front and poured their energy onto that stage one last time.

"The night was over way too soon, and it was evident that by 2 a.m. some people weren't ready to say goodbye just yet."

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