Monday, April 14, 2008

Coming to a venue near you

On top of all of the local music down here in the live music capital, touring season is definitely starting to get back into full swing. Just taking a quick look at the schedule I see a buttload of great shows listed from now all the way through June. Bring on the Spring touring schedule!

Here are listings for just a handful of shows going down in Austin over the next few weeks that you might wanna check out. Click the links in bold to view the event listing, which has all of the ticket information & artist links & etc etc etc.
Indian Jewelry @ Emo's on April 19
Cat Power @ Stubb's on April 20
UME/Transmography at Club de Ville on April 25
Caribou/Fuck Buttons @ Emo's on April 27
Bonde Do Role/The Death Set @ Emo's on April 30
Man Man/Yeasayer @ Emo's on April 30
M.I.A./Holy Fuck @ La Zona Rosa on May 1st
Tapes 'n Tapes/White Denim @ Antones May 2nd
The Raconteurs @ Stubb's on May 3rd

4 comments:

jill said...

its tha motherf***in death set!!!

Mr. Curiosity said...

motherfuckin right it is. I can't wait to see them do their thing again, they are the jam.

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Mr. Curiosity said...

Okay.