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Rocks Off is getting excited about our upcoming concert-photo exhibition Shot In the Dark, which is now less than a month away on Thursday, May 17. You'll see dozens of photos from recent Houston concerts as they have been shot by nine or ten of our best photographers, appeared on Rocks Off and now on the walls of the War'Hous Visual Studios in the Museum District.

To be sure everything goes as smoothly as possible, this year we have set up a page on our Web site for you to RSVP. Don't worry, the event is still free, including the complimentary beverages. It runs from 7 to 10 p.m., and DJ Elroy Boogie is providing the tunes.

You can RSVP here. See you there.

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