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Yola performing at SXSW 2019. (Stephen Olker/SXSW)

SXSW Music Festival is back this year featuring a diverse lineup of over 100 artists, including Indigo Sparkle, A Place to Bury Strangers, Francisca Valenzuela, Squid, Grrrl Gang and Darkoo.


This year's SXSW festival will be a completely digital experience, taking place from March 16-20. The complete music lineup can be viewed here.

The SXSW Music Festival also announced this year it will host world-class showcases and presenters, where pass holders can watch online as artists perform at unique venues in their home country. Presenters include AfroFuture Sounds, Damnably, EQ Austin, FOCUS Wales, Roskilde Festival, Taiwan Beats and more.

The unique online experience will feature musical performances from artists all around the world, ranging in style. And to add to the excitement, SXSW has released playlists for the 2021 music festival. The playlists are available on Apple Music, Spotify and Quobuz.

SXSW Online also announced last week keynote and featured speakers, along with conference sessions and headliners of SXSW FIlm Festival.

To attend this year's exclusive digital festival, purchase a SXSW Online pass. The pass will cover the entire festival, including conferences, workshops, SXSW Film Festival, musical performances, online exhibitions and more for $249. You can register online here.

This story has been updated to include more details on the festival.

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