Rejoice! Touring season is back ladies and gents. Mississippi-based songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, and producer Dent May is coming to Holy Mountain this weekend. Enter your name for a chance to win tickets to the show.
Friday the 13th marks the 42nd edition of the Night Fever monthly event series. The crew is celebrating with a live set from Austin’s Lance Herbstrong and a DJ set from Rex Riddem from D.C. Enter to win a pair of tickets to party from yours truly.
In case you didn’t know already, New York-based rapper and producer LE1F gets down crazy. He’ll be performing the last day of his Treehouse Party tour at Holy Mountain this Wednesday night. Check out this post for more details and to enter your name in the drawing for a pair of free tickets to the show.
Win tickets to see Twin Forks, the new alt-folk side project from Dashboard Confessional frontman Chris Carraba. The concert is part of the official ACL Music Festival Late Night Show series. Matrimony co-headlines.
Saturday night at Holy Mountain is where indie lovers will want to be as New York’s The Dig come through for a headlining concert with Austin locals Black Books, Royal Forest and The Nouns. We’re giving away a pair of tickets. Read this post to find out how you can enter to win.
Cincinnati-based indie band Bad Veins will blow your mind on stage. In addition to the vintage reel-to-reel tape player and various other voice changing props, their music is infectious. We have tickets to give away to see them live at Holy Mountain this weekend.
We have a pair of tickets to give away for this weekend’s concert with LA-based indie rockers The Lonely Wild. The genre defying group is a hot up-and-comer and is perfect for those with discriminating taste. Read this post for details and to stream their new album.
Pure X is celebrating the release of their second album, ‘Crawling Up The Stairs’ on Acephale Records in North America. Their Austin CD release show is at Holy Mountain on Thursday and we have two tickets to give away to one of you music nerds.
The post-punk band, White Lung from Vancouver, British Columbia is kicking off spring with a tour and hitting up Austin after SXSW and in April. You can listen to their most recent album “Sorry” in its entirety on their band’s bandcamp site.
Austin indie favs Calm Blue Sea headline a local bill tonight at Holy Mountain worth the attention of a national touring show. Post rock lovers and Austin music snobs, this is for you.
Every Monday, local stand-up comic Chris Cubas and friends are bringing an ‘avalanche’ of laughs and live music to Holy Mountain in the Red River district. Learn more about the weekly residency and the funnyman behind it.
The soulful girl pop duo God Des & She celebrate the release of their album ‘Unites States of God Des & She’ at Holy Mountain on Saturday, Feb. 2. You could win two tickets from us and feel like you are in an episode of ‘The L Word,’ before it just got stupid towards the end that is.
Holy Mountain is hosting a diverse indie folk/rock showcase on Thursday, featuring local acts Salesman, The Baker Family, Royal Forest and Hikes.
Check out My Education’s new video for “Mister 1986.” February 1 will your last chance (for a bit) to catch these Austin locals before they head out on their first ever tour. Come out for one more hoorah with My Education.
New R&B songstress Bago is headlining at Holy Mountain on Friday, January 18. Win tickets to experience her and all her hotness from Red River Noise. You’re welcome.
Free Week continues with Money Chicha, Roxy Roca and Como Las Movies at Holy Mountain on Jan.12. Vamanos a la mountain guey!
Holy Mountain delivers a night of epic metal on Dec. 15. Eagle Claw, Dixie Witch, The Blind Pets and Bridge Farmers share the stage Saturday.
Holy Mountain hosts a Hurricane Sandy benefit on Friday, Dec.14. Five bands are playing in support of the Brooklyn, N.Y., music and arts complex The South Sound. The $7 cover will be donated to the Brooklyn group.
Ever since Beauty Bar shut down its downtown doors, we wondered what would happen to the space on Seventh Street. Now we know: Welcome Holy Mountain, Red River’s newest bar and music venue.