Cheer Up Charlie’s is a haven for local Austin bands known for its strongly spirited drinks and dancey lineups. Returning to Cheer Up’s indoor stage last night, Nov. 11, 2015, was Geography, a four-piece band that has finally broken their hiatus.
We’re already counting down to Fun Fun Fun Fest 2016. Happy 10th birthday, Fun Fun Fun Fest. We love you.
Today, a portion of the lineup for the 2016 Old Settler’s Music Festival was announced. The Americana and roots music festival will be held at Salt Lick and Camp Ben McCulloch in Driftwood from April 14-17. Discounted early passes go on sale Nov. 14 at 10 a.m. with prices starting at $140 for a three day entry.
We all know and love (or love to hate) the biggest music festival that comes to town: Austin City Limits. It is a chance to see your favorite bands perform at Zilker Park with the growing skyline in backdrop, nestled away from the downtown chaos. It brings in floods of tourists, surges on Uber rides and the best musical acts coming from around the world.
Communion, an artist-led organization based in London focused on creating a sense of community among established and emerging artists across the globe, teamed up with Glitter Tribe, an Austin based event promotion and artist management company, to launch the inaugural Communion Austin residency at Historic Scoot Inn on Oct. 29.