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  • Soul of a Musician Series presents: Barbara Nesbitt

    Join Threadgill's for a free, intimate, family-friendly performance series featuring music & conversation with Austin's finest musicians & songwriters, hosted by St. Matthew's.
    Sun. March 24, 6:30pm-8:30pm
    Threadgill's North
  • Skull Mechanix One-Year Anniversary

    Beer, art and music are Skull Mechanix's passions. They brew beer designed for the working class and enthusiasts alike. Their beer stimulates the finer mechanics of your skull. They want you to see, smell and taste their dedication to craft beer, or you can think of them as "Mechanics for your Head!" Either way, they have 16 different styles to chose from along with guest ciders and wine in their large indoor beer garden.
    Skull Mechanix Brewing
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    Piknic √Člectronic w/ Claude VonStroke, Solardo, Brett Johnson, GirlFriend ATX, Gavin Guthrie, ILL76

    Founded 15 years ago upon a mission to expand the context of electronic music, Piknic √Člectronik pulls DJs out of the club and into the park. The day rave began in Montreal, then broadened to five continents, debuting on U.S. soil this weekend with two days, 2-9:30pm, of constant DJs, food vendors, and family-friendly activities. Moon Boots and Tensnake headline Friday, while Claude VonStroke and Solardo highlight Saturday.
    Sun., Oct. 28, 2pm 
  • Music

    The Casualties, ASS, Hellfury

    NYC street punk legacy, 28, returns with local frontman David Rodriguez.
    Sun., Oct. 28, 8pm 
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    Polkapocalypse

    Denton institution Brave Combo heads up this fifth annual installment of all things polka. Returning members Bubba Hernandez on bass and Jeffrey Barnes on woodwinds both played on 1999 Grammy winner Polkasonic, while former accordionist Ginny Mac crosses Parisian hot jazz with Permian Basin Western swing. Ennis Czech Boys summon the old country and Los Enmascarados represent South Texas.
    Sun., Oct. 28
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