Red State Blues Moved to La Zona Rosa

Democratic concert for change happens tonight

One election, err, one night only!
One election, err, one night only!

Quick news about tonight's Red State Blues: A Concert for Change, the rollicking election eve concert going down tonight with locals Brownout!, James McMurtry, and Brooklyn's own Sharon Jones and the Dap-Kings. The concert, originally scheduled at the Austin Music Hall, has been moved to nearby La Zona Rosa. All the other details appear the same, and are available below the fold.

See ya there tonight!

WHO: Sharon Jones and the Dap Kings James McMurtry Brownout

WHAT: Red State Blues - A Concert For Change A one night concert event that fuses the temperature of our historic political times with modern music for all to celebrate!

WHEN: Monday, November 3rd Doors Open at 7:00 pm

WHERE: ***Location Change*** La Zona Rosa 612 W 4th St Austin, TX 78701

HOW: General Admission $25.00 Purchase tickets online

VIP RECEPTION 5:30pm-7:00pm Musical Performance by Paris 49 with Special Guest Chrysta-Bell Complimentary hor d'oeuvres and cocktails VIP Reception tickets are $75.00 Tickets can be purchased online

BENEFITTING: Travis County Democratic Party SIMS Foundation

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