3Oh!3 performs in San Antonio

Oct. 11, 2010 at 5:11 a.m.
Updated Oct. 13, 2010 at 5:13 a.m.

3oh!3 from Boulder, Colo.

3oh!3 from Boulder, Colo.

Joe Friar

3oh!3 performs Thursday in San Antonio.

3oh!3 (pronounced "three oh three") will be playing their last show in Texas this year, Thursday at the Lonestar Pavilion at Sunset Station in San Antonio.

The Boulder, Colo., band got it's name from the 303 area code, which includes the Boulder and Denver metro areas. They are best known for the hits "Don't Trust Me" and for collaborations with Ke$ha on "My First Kiss" and Katy Perry on "Starstrukk." If you caught them on the Warped Tour a couple of years ago, you know they put on a great live show. If you weren't there, catch them tonight in the Alamo city. Tickets are $20 each and available at Ticketmaster.com. The Lonestar Pavilion at Sunset Station is located at 1174 E. Commerce Street, downtown San Antonio. It's also a good excuse to stop by one of my favorite Riverwalk restaurants "Iron Cactus". good mojitos!

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