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Antone's Nightclub

305 E. Fifth, 512/814-0361
Clifford Antone opened the first version of his global brand in 1975, and after several relocations, Austin’s Home of the Blues found a new lease on life in 2016 behind local luminaries including Gary Clark Jr. The new 400-capacity room still houses blues legends and nurtures emerging talents, and the upstairs gallery holds another 300 for special events. Archival photography from Susan Antone and others testifies to the club’s indelible history, which keeps alive traditions like Blue Monday jams – thriving with regular sit-ins from some of Austin’s top players (Derek O’Brien, Denny Freeman, Sarah Brown).
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SouthPop Membership Drive

Years past, they've been all about the fancy dinners and so on, but here, in 2018, the South Austin Popular Culture Center has decided to call in the faithful with "a big ole party and concert at Antone’s." It's a rockin' night of live music, raffles, silent auction, armadillo races, frito pies, and homemade SouthPop Tarts. With those Uranium Savages, Extreme Heat, and the SouthPop All-Stars. And how about Bill Kirchen, Joe King Carrasco, Rosie Flores, and Jesse Sublett bringing the music, too? Gotcha covered, citizen, see ya there! Sun., Oct. 21, 4-8pm. $20.

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SouthPop Membership Drive and Appreciation Party

There will be a silent auction, raffle prizes, door prizes, armadillo races, Frito pie, and SouthPop Tarts. Live local music throughout the day from Uranium Savages, Extreme Heat, and many more. Sun., Oct. 21, 4-8pm. $20 in advance, $25 at the door, $10 off for members.

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