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Austin’s Hot Luck Festival May 18-21

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Hot Luck Festival announced today the chef lineup and ticketing for the live food and music event happening May 18-21 in Austin’s most beloved venues. The three-day festival is the brainchild of James Beard Award-winner Aaron Franklin, Guerilla Suit principal and Mohawk owner James Moody, and Mike Thelin, cofounder of Feast Portland. Together they have curated a Texas-sized get-together featuring world-class culinary talent and a true Austin live music experience. Tickets for the first-year festival will go on sale on Tuesday, March 7 at 10 a.m. CST.   Continue reading

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JMBLYA in Dallas May 5, Austin May 6

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ScoreMore Shows is excited to announce the 2017 headlining artist and expanded lineup for the fifth annual JMBLYA, which is set to return to Texas this May. JMBLYA kicks off in Dallas on Friday, May 5, while the Austin leg of the tour will take place Saturday, May 6. GA and VIP tickets for each event are on sale nowContinue reading

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Dallas Untapped November 12 — Beer List

Entering Untappedby Steven Doyle

Untapped Festival, Texas’ hugely popular craft beer and music festival, will celebrate 5 years of beer and music on Saturday, November 12 in the heart of Dallas and feature over 100 breweries and more than 400 different beers.

Untapped Dallas festival-goers will enjoy a full day of live music from local and national bands, sip on over 400 unique craft beers, snack on delicious food from local restaurants, and peruse a village of crafty vendors. The diverse musical lineup spanning two stages will be announced on Thursday, September 8. Grab your tickets here. This event will sell out.  Continue reading

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Bedford Blues & BBQ Festival *Enter and Win Passes!

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Visitors and residents have marked the Bedford Blues and BBQ Festival on their calendar every year, as this event grows in national recognition. Every Labor Day Weekend, Bedford welcomes over 20,000 music and food lovers from all over the world to get their groove on. Three days of blues and rock musicians along with down home southern BBQ, the 7th annual Bedford Blues & BBQ Festival is sure to please the senses.   Continue reading

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Exclusive: Hot Music Venue Lava Cantina to Open in the Colony

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Look for the new 18,000 square foot venue  Lava Cantina to open in The Colony. Plans are to bring high quality Mexican and Creole fusion and live music replete with 1,800 seats. Father and son owners Steve and Ian Vaughn opened a similar venue in Baton Rouge in 2013 and have since enjoyed a raging success.

Steve Vaughn has been in the music industry for 40 years and Ian Vaughn worked for Raising Cane’s Chicken Fingers as COO.   Continue reading

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Review The Venue: Three Links in Deep Ellum

3links1by Jon Daniel

Across the street from Trees in Deep Ellum   resides Three Links.

Three Links is co-owned by Oliver Peck (Elm St. Tattoo), Kris Youmans (Transmission Events) and Scott Beggs and recently celebrated their second anniversary bringing an excellent mix of Punk, Metal, Ska, Rockabilly (and anything else that tickles Scott’s fancy)acts to their great sounding and accessible room that features  a roll up door opening onto Elm Street.

Parking near Three Links is covered in our article here  but we did make special mention of the lot across the street behind Trees as one of our favorites. And of course, always consider Lyft instead of driving.  Continue reading

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Love the Band, Deal with the Venue: Southside Music Hall

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Location

The Southside Music Hall is part of the Gilly’s entertainment complex on Lamar Street just southeast of downtown Dallas. It’s a 15 minute walk (about a ½ mile) from the Omni Hotel, and 23 miles from DFW Airport. Despite what the Gilley’s website says, it is not “three blocks” from the Omni. The venue also includes The Loft which is a smaller venue. I’ll review The Loft at a later date.   Continue reading

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