Every year, tens of thousands of people flock to Austin, Texas for the annual SXSW festival. It's a must-attend event for the thousands of bands who descend upon the "Live Music Capital of the World" to share their sound with the masses. But with gasoline and diesel prices skyrocketing, artists are having to go to increasingly desperate lengths to make the trip to SXSW. In this video, Graham Colton scours the infamous Sixth Street to find out what bands are sacrificing for gas money. Along the way, he offers a solution that could save bands thousands of dollars on fuel -- switching their touring vehicles to compressed natural gas.