The best part of South by Southwest is neither the innovation nor the underground bands. It’s not the St. Bernards riding in motorcycles to charge your phone, and it’s not the fast food branded, French fry shaped pedicabs.

No, it’s making fun of all those things. Anyone who has breathlessly chased RSVPs to SXSW side parties knows that the buzz-hunting process is arduous indeed. One thing that makes the whole farce a little more bearable is the Twitter account @SXSWPartyzzzzz, a satirical feed of faux-fest entertainment since 2013.

(Tina Phan/2015 American-Statesman)

A sample tweet from Wednesday:

McConaughey is Airbnbing his mansion on Lake Travis for $3 a night to the first 5,000 people who reserve it! MUST BRING OWN PEYOTE! NO CATS!

— SXSW Partyzzzzz (@SXSWPartyzzzzz) March 9, 2016

And the follow-up:

Apologies for the error, cats are welcome.

— SXSW Partyzzzzz (@SXSWPartyzzzzz) March 9, 2016

The account is rife with “tips” to make the festival experience a little smoother, like one from March 4 advising:

#SXSW party tip: Platinum badge holders can legally seize any automobile in Austin! Don't even tell the driver what's happening, they know!

— SXSW Partyzzzzz (@SXSWPartyzzzzz) March 5, 2016

The formula is half MadLib, half pitch-perfect parody of the peculiar rhetoric of SXSW event hype. Plug in some celebrity names, a little indie cred, a little irony, a buzzword and voila:

James Murphy will be playing xylophone covers of Shania Twain's 2nd album outside of Blind Pig! RSVP by forgetting you subscribed to TIDAL!!

— SXSW Partyzzzzz (@SXSWPartyzzzzz) March 3, 2016

Sometimes, though, @SXSWPartyzzzzz speaks for the average Austinite:

#SXSW party tip: Avoid long lines by not attending SXSW

— SXSW Partyzzzzz (@SXSWPartyzzzzz) March 4, 2014