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for Fri., March 29
  • Carnival Entertainment Auditions

    Are you ready to choose fun and take your music career to the next level?! If so, then fill out your application for the opportunity to audition live in Austin. If they feel you may be a good fit for Carnival Entertainment, they will send you an invitation to audition live. Click on the link to apply!
    Tues. Apr. 23  
    Austin, Texas
  • Beatles Full Moon Concert in the Dark

    On the April Full Moon, come set intentions and indulge in the mesmerizing allure of live acoustic music performed by world-class musicians, surrounded by the warm glow of candlelight. Its a different kind of concert, that begins and ends in darkness, with music and a poem or two surrounding and soothing you. Audience members will be given the choice of bringing their own yoga mats and/or pillows to gaze at the shadows on the ceiling. A circle of chairs will be provided.
    Tues. Apr. 23, 8pm-9pm  
    ATX Unplugged
  • Music

    Urban Cultural Fest Day 1 w/ Kyle Turner & Michael Ward, Toni Redd, Al Freeman, Blue Mist, Rayvon, Don Diego

    Last year, the 2005-founded, family-friendly Urban Music Fest lengthened its name to loop in all “Afrocentric aspects of culture.” Living up to the rebrand, the event kicks off with a Friday remembrance of Sixth Street bastion Catfish Station (in addition to food and vendors). The Chronicle once wrote that the venue, run by fest co-founder Homer Hill, “held down the heart of Old Pecan with an insider’s range of African-American music, food, and culture.” Houston jazz saxophonist Kyle Turner, Don Diego, Toni Redd, DJ Casanova, and more tribute the hub. Beyond Barbados-born beatbox standard Doug E. Fresh, founder of the Eighties’ Get Fresh Crew, Saturday celebrates the “renewal of R&B” with October London, J. Brown, Bigg Robb, and more. Find tickets at urbanmusicfest.com. – Rachel Rascoe
    Fri., March 29, 6pm
  • Music

    Brutus, GHOSTWOMAN

    “Rehearsing, failing, trying, rehearse more, losing my voice, asking myself why I kept losing my voice.” So Stefanie Mannaerts described the process of learning to drum and sing at the same time as she does in rousing Belgian post-punks Brutus. Returning here for the first time since that pre-pandemic Levitation preview, the trio spins third LP and mid-lockdown boon Unison Life. Stijn Vanhoegaerden’s crystal-sliver solos slice ’n’ dice with delicious brutality, while bassist Peter Mulders’ muscled low end balances up against Mannaerts’ piercing intonations. Her sweet but fierce delivery raises hairs both honeyed and harrowing – Tanya Donelly taking over Sleater-Kinney. Albertan Evan Uschenko opens as Ghostwoman. – Raoul Hernandez
    Fri., March 29, 8:30pm 
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