Friday Locals

Carson McHone playing The Austin Chronicle's Hair of the 3-Legged Dog SXSW Day Party in 2016 (Photo by David Brendan Hall)

Asleep at the Wheel

12:30pm, Honda stage, weekend one only
Forty-seven-year-running Western swing posse led by charismatic giant Ray Benson.

Carson McHone

12:30pm, Tito’s stage, weekend one only
Emotionally stirring young country native with unique songwriting gifts.

Barton Hills Choir

12:30pm, Austin Kiddie Limits stage
Kids sing the darnedest things … like the Grateful Dead and Muse.


1:15pm, HomeAway stage
RCA-signed electro-pop duo whose synth 'n' beats sound has already yielded a minor hit in "Middle Fingers."

Band of Heathens

1:30pm, Tito’s stage
Smooth, electric Americana vets with oft-romantic songcraft.

School of Rock

2:30pm/Sun.,12:30pm, Austin Kiddie Limits stage
Witness the earliest performance of future Austin rock stars.

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