By Sarah on July 12, 2010
The indie music world comes to a screeching halt this weekend as Pitchfork rolls into town. Three-day tickets have been sold out for ages, so try hitting up Craigslist or something to make your way in.
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By Sarah on March 22, 2010
This week is a little low-key. That’s because every band in the universe is making its way out of Austin after SXSW. Don’t worry, kids, April and May are exploding with music.
Posted in Upcoming Events | Tagged allstate arena, automatic loveletter, black rebel motorcycle club, brighton ma, cowboy junkies, double door, evanston space, gringo star, holly miranda, house of blues, jc brooks & the uptown sound, lincoln hall, matthew good, metro, michael buble, rickie lee jones, rose cousins, rose polenzani, saul williams, steel train, stone temple pilots, subterranean, tegan and sara, the aragon, the kinetic playground, the riviera, tonic room, tripping billies, uncommon ground, vampire weekend, wells-next-the-sea