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Everybody was dancing

Los TexmaniacsThe entire known world had gone accordionistic. People were actually dancing in the aisles. The event at the MACC turned out to be indoors. The room has a good little stage, and the acoustics are excellent, surprisingly. According to a placard, the capacity allowed by the fire marshal for this hall is 210. All the seats were filled, and additional happy peoople sat on the floor or stood against the walls or took a spin on the impromptu dance floor. The young contestants were enjoyable to hear and Viva Seguin, as always, was a crowd-pleaser. Los Texmaniacs and those sitting in with them were very generous with their time and delighted all, from tiny babies to near-centenarians. Afterward, many followed them over to Guero’s on South Congress, where they held forth outdoors in the garden. This was a day of happy people, happy music, and happy feet, all gratis and here in Austin.

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