Colony House and The Rocketboys are currently on tour together and the tour is making its way to Austin in November for a big night at The Parish. Enter our drawing for a chance to win tickets to the show.
Latin Grammy winning funkeros Los Amigos Invisibles are on tour in support of their new album, Acústico. The tour will make an Austin stop at Emo’s this week and we have a pair of tickets to the show we’re giving away. Enter our drawing pronto!
Los Angeles-based record label The Funk Volume is bringing their label tour to Austin in October to Emo’s. The tour features Hopsin, Dizzy Wright, DJ Hoppa and Jarren Benton. Enter our drawing for a chance to win tickets to the show.
Chicago hip-hop/jazz fusionists Sidewalk Chalk are making an Austin tour stop this weekend at Stubb’s. Learn more about their sound and latest album here before getting your tickets.
Get your black t-shirts ready metalheads! Lemmy and the boys are back on the road in support of their new album, Black Magic. The tour makes an Austin top at Emo’s on Tuesday. Arrive early as Motörhead will be joined by Crobot and Saxon.
Your favorite rapper’s favorite rapper is coming back to Austin this fall for a headlining concert at Emo’s presented by ScoreMore Shows and C3. Enter our drawing for a chance to win tickets to the show. You don’t want to miss a Devin The Dude show.
Austinites got their first true club show performance at Stubb’s from rising folk-pop darling Zella Day. Her sold out show was an intimate glimpse into what will be a bright future for the 20-year-old Arizona Native, although it was not without a few disappointments.
Yelawolf is on tour in support of his latest album, Love Story. He’ll be coming through Austin for a big concert at Emo’s with DJ Klever and Hillbilly Casino. Make sure to enter our drawing for a chance to win tickets to the show as we have two pairs of tickets to give away. Good luck!
Toro y Moi’s last stop on their current tour is Wednesday night at Emo’s in Austin. Fans will want to see them live before summer festival season begins. Keith Mead opens the show.
Lots of soul this Friday night at Stubb’s as Austin-based soul group The NIGHTOWLS celebrate the vinyl release of their debut album. Akina Adderly & The Vintage Playboys open the show.
There is soul and there is southern soul. Lee Fields & The Expressions are bringing some real southern soul to Austin for a headlining concert at The Parish with The Tontons this Sunday night.
Friday night on Red River Street is going to be a rowdy one. Don’t miss your chance to see the insanity that Big Gigantic is bringing to Austin. It’s a no-brainer. Get your tickets before this one sells out.
Bay Area hip-pop duo Kalin and Miles are bringing their ‘The Dedication Tour’ to Austin this week for a big concert at The Parish. Y’all ain’t ready to bounce “like a trampoline” with these young dudes. Get your tickets early.
Midweek is where it is at for indie lovers. Little Rock-based Knox Hamilton are on tour before playing a couple big festivals this spring. The tour makes an Austin stop at Stubb’s with Young Tongue opening.
Echosmith are all over the place these days with the massive success of their single “Cool Kids.” The group is on tour with The Colourist and making their way to Austin for a big concert at Emo’s. Enter our drawing for a chance to win tickets to the show.
Austin-based alt-rockers The Rocketboys will be headlining Stubb’s this Friday with melodic indie rock faves Pompeii and synth-rockers Strange Fiction. This three band bill offers attendees a chance to hear some of Austin’s best musical offerings in an intimate venue setting.
Brooke Fraser was still a teenager in New Zealand when her music career first took flight. Today she is a bonafide pop star in the making on tour in support of her latest album, Brutal Romantic. See Fraser live with Dark Waves at The Parish.
Two great singer-songwriters will be sharing their stories this weekend in Southeast Austin. Gregory Alan Isakov and Leif Vollebekk perform live at Emo’s on Saturday. Fans of Americana, NPR and flannel shirts should not miss this one.
Hometown hero Max Frost is stopping in this Wednesday to play a set at The Parish with Tameca Jones. Keep on reading to get the deets. Your soul will thank you.