The Black Cadillacs will play 120 Hours in Austin Matt Shaw/Red Bull Media House

The voting is done. The bands have been selected. Now five Red Bull Sound Select artists from all over the United States are heading to Texas for Red Bull Sound Select Presents: 120 Hours in Austin.

Beach Party, The Black Cadillacs, Show You Suck, and Heliotropes will be playing Gatsby's at 708 E. 6th Street in Austin from March 12-15 with The Sour Notes playing on March 16 at a location to be announced. Each band or artist will open a night of incredible music. They'll be supporting some pretty awesome performers, including Best Coast, Master P, Geto Boys, Ultramagnetic MCs, John McCauley and Friends, and a very special headliner that we'll reveal in a few days.

Check out the winners below and go to Red Bull Sound Select to learn more about the artists and how you can see them live in Austin. Make sure to check back over the next few days as we keep you updated on this highly-curated, fan-shaped music showcase.

All shows will be free with RSVP.

Tuesday, March 12: Beach Party

Beach Party from Los Angeles will support Big Black Delta, Hands and headliners Best Coast.

Wednesday, March 13: The Black Cadillacs

The Black Cadillacs from Knoxville, Tennessee, will support Johnny Fritz, Those Darlins and headliners John McCauley and Friends.

Thursday, March 14: Show You Suck

The Chicago rapper Show You Suck will support The Cool Kids, LEP Bogus Boys and Spenzo, Chance the Rapper and headliner Master P.

Friday, March 15

Heliotropes, a quartet from Brooklyn, New York, will support Ultramagnetic MCs, Little Barrie, and headliners Geto Boys.

Saturday, March 16

The Sour Notes, from Austin, Texas, will support The Sword, Girl in a Coma, and a very special headliner that we'll reveal soon!

Follow Red Bull Sound Select and Red Bull on Twitter for more updates.

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