A Love Bazaar

It isn't quite the Beach Boys, who were in town Thanksgiving week to play Texas-based broadcasting monolith Clear Channel's holiday bash (complete with trucked-in sand), but plenty of pickers 'n' singers will be on hand to serenade shoppers at the Austin Music Hall's annual Armadillo Christmas Bazaar, Dec. 11-24. Hours are 11am-11pm every day, with music 8-11pm weekdays, 12:30-11pm weekends, and 2-11pm Christmas Eve.

Dec. 11: Ray Wylie Hubbard

Dec. 12: Tish Hinojosa

Dec. 13: The Resentments (12:30pm); Sara Hickman (3:30pm); Toni Price (8pm)

Dec. 14: Carolyn Wonderland (12:30pm); Marcia Ball & Sarah Elizabeth Campbell (3:30pm); Ruthie Foster & Cyd Cassone (8pm)

Dec. 15: Austin Lounge Lizards

Dec. 16: South Austin Jug Band

Dec. 17: Hot Club of Cowtown

Dec. 18: Jimmy LaFave

Dec. 19: Albert & Gage

Dec. 20: Greezy Wheels (12:30pm); Shelley King Band (3:30pm, CD release); Van Wilks (8pm)

Dec. 21: The Derailers (12:30pm); Chip Taylor & Carrie Rodriguez (3:30pm); Slaid Cleaves (8pm)

Dec. 22: Eliza Gilkyson

Dec. 23: W.C. Clark

Dec. 24: Ponty Bone & the Squeezetones (2pm); Blazing Bows (6pm); Texana Dames (8pm)

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