SpareFoot Party: 2014 Edition

By    March 10, 2014

SpareFoot Party

Sorry, everybody. No alleged Ryan Gosling sighting at this year’s SpareFoot Party. Nonetheless, we had a damn good time.

Hundreds and hundreds and hundreds of people packed East Austin’s Scoot Inn to hear the winner of our Battle of the Storage Bands contest, Groove Think; to catch musical artists DJ JayCeeOh, Caleb Mak, Andrei Matei and DJ Gatsby; to quaff a few adult beverages; and to kick off the week’s festivities in Austin. Thankfully, it didn’t rain on SpareFoot’s parade.

Here, for your viewing pleasure, are just some of the moments from The SpareFoot Party captured by Austin photographer extraordinaire Roger Ho. See you at next year’s SpareFoot Party! (A special shoutout to SpareFoot’s Geni Glynn for heading up the logistics for this year’s madness, and to Banter for sponsoring the bash.)

For your reading pleasure, check out our interview with JayCeeOh.

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Shhhhh. Don’t tell anyone that I’m not a VIP.

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Say cheese!

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Groove Think jammin’ at The SpareFoot Party.

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Drinks anyone?

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Heeeeeeyyyyy!!!!

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Which one is dressed like a CEO?

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Andrei Matei spinnin’ at The SpareFoot Party.

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Why, yes, I am cool.

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Photobomb!

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Double photobomb!

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Are you on Twitter?

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Caleb Mak revs up the crowd.

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Look at this sea of humanity.

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Gettin’ down!

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Multitasking to the max.

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Group hug!

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DJ Gatsby in the house!

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Does someone have a case of the Mondays?

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A very hairy situation.

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DJ JayCeeOh doin’ his thang.

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He’s putting his mouth where our SpareFoot is.

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Ready for their close-ups.

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Whoa, this is trippy.

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Maybe it’s time to cut them off?

John is editor of The SpareFoot Blog. He first moved to Austin in 1999, when downtown Austin wasn't nearly as lively as it is today. John's loves include pizza, University of Kansas basketball and puns.

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