Hip-hop heads rejoice! The first annual Weird City Hip-Hop festival start this Friday and we want to give you and friend a three day, all access pass to the fest. Crease your jeans, keep the stickers on your new hats and clean your Jordans. After you enter, you’ll need to look fresh for this if you win.
Your imaginary friend Slow Magic is on tour with producer Kodak To Graph. They will be performing a headlining concert in Austin at Holy Mountain. Guess what? We have a pair of tickets to give away to you and a friend. Or do we?
Stones Throw founder and DJ Peanut Butter Wolf is coming through Austin this weekend for a concert at Holy Mountain. Soundfounder from Exploded Drawing opens the show. Enter our drawing for a chance to win a pair of tickets to the show.
Brooklyn-based indie-folk band Woods are on tour and coming to Austin for a headlining concert at Holy Mountain. They blew minds and won hearts at Psych Fest and now you have a chance to win tickets to their show to see what all the fuss is about.
Not a hipster? Looking for live music on a Thursday night? Holy Mountain will be the place for you when Air Traffic Controller and The Tragic Thrills come through for their Austin tour stop. Enter our drawing for a chance to win a pair of tickets to the show.
Dream-folk artist Marissa Nadler is coming to Austin for a headlining concert at Holy Mountain. Electronic sound scaper Ssleeperhold opens. Enter our drawing for a chance to win a pair of tickets to the show. Do it. It’s after church, so your mom will let you go.
Electronic music junkies will want to be at Holy Mountain this 4th of July. Nothing like beats and bass to celebrate our nation’s independence day. George Washington would be proud.
Psych-pop duo Dub Thompson and Montreal-based post punk band are on tour and will in Austin for a concert at Holy Mountain on July 3. Enter our drawing for tickets to the show. You probably don’t work Friday anyway,so go ahead and do it.
Casual from Hieroglyphics is on tour in celebration of his 1994 debut album ‘Fear Itself.’ The tour hits Holy Mountain with Mr. Franklin of Crooked Lettaz, Quanstar and D’Labrie. p-Tek opens. What more do you need to know y’all? Real hip-hop.
Ann Arbor-based indie quartet Pity Sex are coming to Holy Mountain with Montreal-based duo Solids. Austin’s Gang Sign and Costumes open the show. We have a pair of tickets. They could be your tickets. Just sayin’. Enter now if you want ’em. Or not. Whatever.
Austin-based musical femme fatales The Harms are celebrating the release of their upcoming EP, She Turns, on Saturday, June 14, at Holy Mountain.
Austin-based dream-poppers Letting Up Despite Great Faults announced details regarding their new album, Neon. Click on this link for pre-order info as well. Don’t wait.
San Francisco psych-pop duo Painted Palms are rolling through town for a headlining concert at Holy Mountain with Shy Boys. It goes down this Wednesday, June 11. Enter your name in our drawing for a chance to win a pair of tickets to the show.
Canadian indie trio The Courtneys are bringing their fuzz-pop and slacker style to Holy Mountain on Saturday. Austin’s Hola Beach and Feral Future open. Enter your name in our drawing for a chance to check out the show.
Red River Noise is teaming up with our friends at Texas Is Funny to present the tour kickoff show for Vetter Kids. The night is full of angsty, post-dude rock as Teenage Swoon, Dahling and Naked Pictures round out the bill. What else are you going to do on Tuesday night? SRSLY.
Baltimore based songwriter and musician Jana Hunter is on tour and making an Austin stop at Holy Mountain on Wednesday night. Check out a sample of her music here and and enter your name in the drawing for a pair of tickets to the show.
Friday, May 16, the folks from locally based event production company Vagabond Collective put on quite the showcase at Red River hotspot Holy Mountain. The show was headlined by Sorne, one Austin’s most eccentric and original performers we have ever seen or featured.
Mizzou indie-pop band Someone Still Loves You Boris Yeltsin will be rolling through Austin for a headlining concert at Holy Mountain. Enter your name in our drawing for a chance to win two tickets to the show.
Athens, Georgia-based indie rockers New Madrid performed a headlining concert at Holy Mountain on Saturday, Apr. 5. Local support from from Nye, Erin Norris and Bitter Birds. Peep our live photos.
Want to hear three of the most beautiful and relaxing voices in music today? Enter your name in our drawing for two tickets to see S. Carey of Bon Iver with White Hinterland and Dana Falconberry at Holy Mountain. #DateNight