Think Local, Buy Bazaar

Think Local, Buy Bazaar

Yep, it's time for the 12 Days of Christmas once again, which means the Armadillo Christmas Bazaar is up and running at the Austin Music Hall come today (Thursday), and with the gift-buyin' comes music-playin' as well. Here's a clip-and-save list for the whole 'dillo season, with music running 8-11pm each night, except on weekends.

Thursday, Dec. 13: Jimmy LaFave

Friday, Dec. 14: Eliza Gilkyson

Saturday, Dec. 15: Don Walser (12:30-3pm); Reckless Kelly (3:30-6 pm); Van Wilks (8-11pm)

Sunday, Dec. 16: Malford Milligan Gospel According to Austin (12:30-3pm); Toni Price (3:30-6 pm); Slaid Cleaves (8-11pm)

Monday, Dec. 17: Austin Lounge Lizards

Tuesday, Dec. 18: the Derailers

Wednesday, Dec. 19: Rick Treviño

Thursday, Dec. 20: Marcia Ball & Sarah Elizabeth Campbell

Friday, Dec. 21: Alvin Crow

Saturday, Dec. 22: Albert & Gage (12:30-3pm); Greezy Wheels (3:30-6pm); W.C. Clark (8-11pm)

Sunday, Dec. 23: Sara Hickman (12:30-3pm); Shelley King Band (3:30-6pm); Hot Club of Cowtown (8-11pm)

Monday, Dec. 24: Ponty Bone & the Squeezetones (2-6pm); Texana Dames (8-11pm)

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