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Viva Fresh kicks off with rockin' opening party

Day 2.00 01 04 19.Still002 copyAustin, TX — The Welcome Reception for the 2017 Viva Fresh Expo took place Friday, April 21, at Maggie Mae’s — a local legend here in Austin, the Live Music Capital of the World, with the largest rooftop view on 6th Street and the entertainment district. The night was full of fun, food, laughs and of course, some live music from the Eric Tessmer Band.

Check out the Viva Fresh party scene below!
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