Bazaaro World

Satisfying Austinites' blown-glass, Navajo-rug, and handcrafted-pottery holiday needs for 30 years, the Armadillo Christmas Bazaar was keeping it weird long before the T-shirt. Again in the Austin Music Hall, admission is $3 weekdays before 7pm and $5 weeknights and weekends. Live music at 12:30, 3:30, and 8pm weekends; 8pm weeknights.

Dec. 10: The Resentments; Chip Taylor & Carrie Rodriguez; Eliza Gilkyson

Dec. 11: Ruthie Foster; Redd Volkaert & the All-Stars; South Austin Jug Band

Dec. 12: The Eggmen

Dec. 13: The Greencards

Dec. 14: Slaid Cleaves

Dec. 15: Toni Price

Dec. 16: Jimmy LaFave

Dec. 17: Sara Hickman; Terri Hendrix; Van Wilks

Dec. 18: Cyril Neville & Tribe 13; Marcia Ball & Sarah Elizabeth Campbell; W.C. Clark

Dec. 19: Austin Lounge Lizards

Dec. 20: Rick Trevino

Dec. 21: Ray Wylie Hubbard & friends

Dec. 22: Albert & Gage

Dec. 23: Shelley King (3:30pm); Ponty Bone

Dec. 24: Django's Moustache; Carolyn Wonderland; Texana Dames

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