Texas Bands Together Part II

Concerts over the next few weeks benefit victims of Central TX floods

Texas Bands Together Part II

As a new front of storms brews in the Gulf of Mexico, and Texas prepares for more wet weather, news of relief concerts keeps flowing in.

Texas lived up to its motto as 'The Friendship State' when people from all over pitched in to clean up and assist in recovery efforts after the destructive Memorial weekend floods. Likewise, organizers and musicians have come together and donated proceeds from several benefit concerts. Here's a new list of even more.

Be safe, stay dry, and keep checking in for live music that's helping rebuild lives.

Hays Co. Food Bank Flood Benefit
When: Thu., June 18, 2pm
Where: The Moontower Saloon, 10212 Manchaca
Who: Weldon Hensen, Eddie & the Evereadys, Andy Macintyre, and delicious Salt Lick barbecue
How much: Donation based
All proceeds go to Hays County Food Bank

#AUSTIN 4WIMBERLEY Flood Benefit
When: Sat., June 20, 12pm
Where: Sweetwater, 730 W. Stassney, #120
Who: Emily Robison Strayer (Dixie Chicks), Martin Strayer (Court Yard Hounds), Sahara Smith, Scooter Pierce, and more
How much: Donation based
Proceeds will go to Barnabas Connection

Rockin’ the Recovery
When: Sat., June 20, 5pm
Where: Old Glory Ranch in Wimberley, 3633 River Road, Wimberley, Texas 78676
Who: Sarah Jarosz, Shake Russell, Kim Miller, and more
How much: $15
All proceeds go to My Neighbor's Keeper

Local Musicians for Flood Relief
When: June 27, 11am
Where: Sugar Shack Bakery, 111 River Road, Wimberley
Who: Jesse Stratton Band, Will Reyna & the Berts, and more
How much: $10
All proceeds go to My Neighbor's Keeper

Flood Aid TX Concert
When: Sun., June 28, 12pm
Where: Palmer Events Center, 900 Barton Springs Rd.
Who: Ray Benson, Jack Ingram, and more
How much: $35
All proceeds go to the United Way of Hays County Flood Relief Fund and Austin Disaster Relief Network

Heart for Hays Heroes Benefit
When: Sat., July 11, 1pm
Where: First Christian Church, 3105 RR 12, San Marcos
Who: To be announced
How much: Donation based
All proceeds go to law enforcement, first responders, and teachers affected by the recent flood

Metallica Download Donation
What: All money raised from the sales of downloads of Metallica’s live show at the X Games will go to Central Texas Red Cross.
When: Runs until July 15.

For further information about resources for those affected by flood, or to render assistance, see our In Case of Emergency blog, and check our regularly updated "Flood of Relief" post.

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