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Here's an Update on the 2014 HPMA Ceremony

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We won't keep you long, but we wanted to pass along some information about this year's Houston Press Music Awards ceremony now that we have it.

The 2014 HPMA ceremony is set for Thursday, August 7 at Warehouse Live. The ceremony itself is invitation-only for nominees and their guests, but at 9 p.m. doors will open to the public for the HPMA concert. So far the Suffers and the Tontons, both multiple HPMA nominees this year, are on board; another few acts should be added in the next couple of weeks.

Sadly, we've decided to discontinue the annual nominee showcase.

Tickets for the HPMA concert will be available next Tuesday (July 8) at 10 a.m. via this presale; use the code ROCKSOFF. The general public can buy them starting 10 a.m. next Friday, July 11. Prices are $10 in advance and $15 at the door.

Don't forget to vote. Please vote. Vote right here.

And, before we release you for the long weekend, come back Monday for another HPMA announcement. A lot of you have been asking, and we think you'll like it. We hope so.

Have a great July 4 weekend.

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