Alejandro Escovedo & Friends benefiting the Prevent Cancer Foundation w/ Alejandro Escovedo (12:55am), Kevin Kinney & Friends (midnight), Deezie Brown w/ Jake Lloyd (11:05), Creamer (10:10), Ghost Wolves (9:15), Sweet Things (8:20), Barfield the Tyrant (7:25), Mariachi Las Coronelas w/ Patricia Vonne (6:30), Theo Lawrence (5:30), Elias Haslanger w/ Church on Monday (4:35), Eve Monsees (3:40), Otis the Destroyer (2:45), Havins (2:00)

Witnessing Alejandro Escovedo hug niece Sheila E. at his Austin City Limits Hall of Fame induction last October reverberated across fault lines both dynastic and Austonian. Bedrock bleeding heart and cathartic recoil, the 71-year-old San Antonio native stood out amongst a cavalcade of PBS stars: Jason Isbell, Lucinda Williams, Japanese Breakfast, Wilco, Margo Price, Terry Allen. For literally decades, Escovedo windmilled SXSW’s unofficial closing, so returning to form … the alcalde presents a dozen acts from 2pm to 2am, including post-blues howlers the Ghost Wolves, new Lone Star rap molecule Deezie Brown and Jake Lloyd, vintage Drivin N Cryin driver Kevn Kinney, and a festival’s worth more. Glamorous types all. – Raoul Hernandez
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