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for Sat., March 4
  • Concerts in the Dark

    Concerts in the Dark presents Dark Side of the Moon, Beatles Full Moon, and Norwegian Classical Guitarist Christina Sandsengen.
    May 19, 23, 25  
    ATX Unplugged
  • Sue Foley - One Guitar Woman

    An evening dedicated to the pioneering women of guitar Prepare for a captivating musical journey with "One Guitar Woman", Sue Foley’s new solo acoustic tribute to female pioneers of guitar.
    Sat. June 1, 8pm  
    The 04 Center
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  • Music

    Suki Waterhouse

    English actress Suki Waterhouse broke out with a music career last year thanks to TikTok favorite “Good Looking,” a cinematic romance anthem that stomps with slow-beat drums and shimmering atmospherics. That introduction makes her record deal with grunge stalwarts Sub Pop a curious choice, but debut LP I Can’t Let Go balances the grandiosity with slinky “The Devil I Know” and breezy “Bullshit on the Internet.” The free show precedes a watch party for Daisy Jones & the Six, the star’s new Amazon series set in the rock & roll Seventies.
    Sat., March 4, 6pm. Free show followed by a watch party for Daisy Jones & the Six
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    Future Superstar Tour hosted by Nick Cannon w/ 24KGoldn, Symba, Big Boss Vette, Hitman Holla, Jilly Anais, JD McCrary, Traetwothree, Klondike Blonde, DW Flame, Pop Money

    In his latest endeavor, Nick Cannon hosts a tour focusing solely on music. The 24-stop trek features artists signed to the comedic Californian’s N’Credible Entertainment label and budding touring acts. Headliners include Oakland rapper Symba and chart-topping wailer 24kGoldn – the latter responsible for setting an inescapable “Mood” in 2020.
    Sat., March 4, 6:30pm 
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    All Aboard! w/ the Head & the Heart, Danielle Ponder, Grupo Fantasma, Upsahl, Golden Dawn Arkestra, Mike & the Moonpies, Bartees Strange (DJ set)

    THE ESPEE, San Antonio’s new downtown outdoor amphitheater, opens on Saturday, March 4 with the ALL ABOARD! Music Festival. The daylong music + more festival features live music by: The Head & The Heart Danielle Ponder Grupo Fantasma UPSAHL Golden Dawn Arkestra Mike and The Moonpies DJ Sets by Bartees Strange + Local Food and Vendor Market
    Sat., March 4, 3pm 
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    Gabriel Santiago Quartet

    Multi-hyphenate guitarist (six-string, seven-string, twelve-string, acoustic, electric – you name it) Gabriel Santiago hails from Brazil, but received his doctorate in music from UT-Austin and keeps a foot in each camp. He’s composed music for symphonies, chamber orchestras, film, and television shows, as well as jazz combos, and worked or studied with a daunting list of jazz luminaries: Esperanza Spalding, Maria Schneider, Pat Metheny, Stefon Harris, Chris Potter, Terence Blanchard. For this quartet gig, he recruits local talent and spotlights the seven-string for a celebration of jazz harmony and melodic groove.
    Sat., March 4, 7:30pm
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    LP Giobbi

    The Oregon transplant begins her three-part monthly residency on the heels of remixing Jerry Garcia’s Garcia (see our review).
    Sat., March 4, 9pm 
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