Shot In The Dark: A Brief Preview Of Next Week's Show

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Gosh, it's almost a week away from Rocks Off's second Shot in the Dark photo show. Snuck up on us.

Today we just wanted to show you a few pictures you'll be seeing at War'Hous Visual Studios (4715 Main) next Thursday, May 17, from 7 to 10 p.m., like Marco Torres's striking photo of DJ Jazzy Jeff from this past SXSW (above). And lots more besides, nine photographers in all: Mark C. Austin, Jim Bricker, Marc Brubaker, Groovehouse, Craig Hlavaty, Jay Lee, Jody Perry, Marco Torres and Jason Wolter.

Remember, it's free, but you need to RSVP so we have your name at the door. (Crowd control and all that.) Just click this link here. Bring cash anyway, though, because if you see something you like, you can buy it directly from the artist.

You do need to be 21 years old to come, but there will be entertainment by DJ Elroy Boogie and complimentary beverages courtesy of our sponsors Bud Light, Red Bull and Effen vodka. Three great tastes that taste great together.

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