Austin’s favorite soul band is having a special show this Saturday at The Scoot Inn with Digital Wild . If you’ve ever seen The NIGHTOWLS play you know it’s going to be one heck of a dance party! They always rock the house with those old time favorites that you can’t seem to get enough of. There’s no doubt you’ll leave craving more tunes and researching when you can see them again!
Blues on the Green is Austin’s longest running FREE music series. Blues on the Green veterans know the drill, but for first time attendees here is the rundown: You can bring in two factory sealed water bottles, blankets, chairs and your dog (must be on a leash at all times). The number one piece of advice I would say, is ride your bike /carpool, uber, lyft, take the bus or walk if you can. Parking and traffic around Zilker tonight can cause quite the headache.
If you’re new to Austin, definitely plan to go at least once this summer. It really is a rite of passage for living in this great city.
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July 22 – Walker Lukens, Bob Schneider
August 5 – Max Frost, Jamestown Revival
August 12 – Riders Against The Storm, Shakey Graves
Music Starts: 8pm
2100 Barton Springs Road
Austin, Texas 78704
A concert of some of Austin’s finest musicians benefitting HAAM and future nonprofit ALL ATX Music Factory at ACL Live, to air on KLRU-TV, Austin PBS. As well as the annual “Austin Music Legend Auction” with all proceeds benefiting HAAM.
Special guest TODD RUNDGREN
THE BLACK ANGELS
SPECIAL GUEST TO BE ANNOUNCED
DAVID GRISSON AND MIKE CROSS
BIG CAT (ft. Malford Milligan and Dave Sebree)
WATER AND RUST
And many more!
In 1966, the Austin American-Statesman first coined the term “psychedelic rock” in an article covering the sound waves generated by Austin’s own The 13th Floor Elevators—giving an official name to a style that has since threaded its influence over generations of Austin rockers.
In recognition of their psychedelic roots, ALL ATX is proud to bring together some of this city’s finest musicians, including The Black Angels, Ian Moore and Gina Chavez on stage with special guest Todd Rundgren, in support of our local music scene.
Proceeds from this event, which will be taped by KLRU for national distribution later this fall, will go to HAAM as well as the future nonprofit ALL ATX Music Factory.
The mission of Health Alliance for Austin Musicians (HAAM) is to provide access to affordable health care for Austin’s low income, uninsured working musicians, with a focus on prevention and wellness. https://www.myhaam.org
There’s nothing like a 80’s dance party to get the weekend started! Highball dance parties are always a blast.
Radiostar has something for everybody. From synth-pop artists like A-HA, and New Order, to pop icons like Rick Springfield and Lionel Richie, Prince, Michael Jackson, Journey, Bon Jovi, Def Leppard… Radiostar can play it all.
Radiostar is a must see band, I guarantee you’ll be dancing the night away!
Trailer food, live music, and a movie make the perfect trifecta.
Do512 is back at again with the third season of Sound & Cinema at The Long Center. On select Wednesdays this summer they’ll be hosting some of our favorite movies paired with live music before the feature presentation at sunset.
You can enjoy dinner from Food Truck favorites including Frank, The Peached Tortilla, Yeti Frozen Custard, Garbo’s Maine Lobster, Whole Foods, Uncle Louie G’s, and Boomerang’s.