OUTlaw Pride Fest

Hard fought expanded inclusiveness in country and Americana music have opened the genres to new artists and audiences. Austin’s first annual queer country music fest now celebrates the rich history and vibrant future of LGBTQIA songwriters. Lavender Country paved the way in the Seventies for today’s OUTlaws, including the torching power of Jaime Wyatt’s Neon Cross and poignant East Tennessee crooner Adeem the Artist’s Cast-Iron Pansexual. Buffalo Gals and Devin Jake bring the local Appalachian-hitched twang while Julie Nolen kicks Texas-hardened “Piss and Vinegar.” Emily Herring, Alden Hedges, Jett Holden, and duo Hardened & Tempered round out the benefit for Out Youth. – Doug Freeman
Past date: Sat., Oct. 23, 3pm
613 W. Sixth, 512/662-4121
www.rustictap.com, events@rustictapaustin.com
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