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Artopia: Act Now or Lose Out (UPDATED: You Lost Out)

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Update: And they're gone. All tickets have been sold. Congrats to those who acted in time, and let this be a lesson to the rest of you.

Houston Press publisher Stuart Folb tells us that it's getting down to nut-cutting time when it comes to buying tickets for Saturday's Artopia event: Basically buy them now or forget about it.

In past years tickets were sold at the door, but that's not going to be an option this time. So if you don't get online or on the phone quickly, don't go to the Winter Street Studios to try to see the dance, music or fashion shows or try any of the huge array of restaurant samplings available.

The event has quickly grown to become an annual must-do in Houston, but if you don't act fast, you won't be doing anything but moaning.

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