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Campfire Sessions Austin: A Monthly Series

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Austin, TX

Introducing Campfire Sessions, an intimate backyard house concert featuring Austin songwriters! Bringing back the community, one song at a time.

Info for the audience: Bring your lawn chair and BYOB + snacks, Find yourself a nice spot near the songwriters circle and enjoy the listening, There will be no amplification. This will be an intimate evening of songs and community. Limited capacity (25-30 people) we're still figuring out the capacity but that sounds about the limit for now. Please rsvp by clicking "going" to the event and we will send you the address.

suggested donation of $10 - $20

THE PLAYERS: William Wallace Deann Rene Stefanie Fix Matt Giles Shawnee Kilgore

Sessions on Mary with Colin Gilmore

Sessions on Mary, Austin, TX

This is Shawnee and Colin's first show together "post-pandemic"!

Music starts around 8. This is a reserve your spot in advance event. Use ticket link or text John at 512-470-1919 BYOB or enjoy the house booze. South Austin friendly inside and out. Very light snacks provided. Feel free to bring some but definitely not expected.

$20

$20

TeXchromosome & Magnolia Roads present Grateful to Get Back

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Peace House Farm, 709 Emerald Wood Dr, Austin, TX

TeXchromosome , Magnolia Roads , KOOP Community Council are teaming with Peace House Farm to present "Grateful to Get Back”, Music & Art Festival, a 2-day, 2 -stage outdoor showcase event in South Austin on March 18th & 19th. All are welcome!

Peace House Farm is headquarters, a gathering space for local musicians, artist creatives, thinkers and house concerts. 🗣 🎶🎶 "Grateful to Get Back" is our theme. Participating artists are encouraged to play a favorite Grateful Dead or Beatles song in their set to celebrate. We are grateful to get back to live events!

We will be having an artist’s market of local vendors. TeXchromosome Radio, advocates for independent female artists and creatives, are teaming up with additional show programmers on KOOP.org to emcee and table this event for our 2 -day, 2-stage extravaganza. Everyone is welcome to participate and interact.

Off The Beatle Path -https://koop.org/programs/off-the-beatle-path/ Austin Artists - https://koop.org/programs/austin-artists/ TeXchromosome radio -https://koop.org/programs/texchromosome-radio/ Here Comes The Sun Shine https://koop.org/programs/here-comes-sunshine/ Singer & The Song -https://koop.org/programs/the-singer-and-the-song/ KOOP 's Community Council will be conducting "The Gratitude Tree" Inviting local non-profits to table, network, & share information about their quarantine successes, silver linings and insights. We hope you will join KOOP CC, enjoying a day of reconnection, original art & music.

Friday, March 18 Doors open 11:00am Live music 12noon-10pm

Saturday, March 19 Doors open 11:00am Live music 11:30am -9pm

LINEUP

Friday March 18 • Heather Bishop • Kay Miracle • Desert Hollow • The HawtThorns • Noconna • Rosie Flores • Beth Lee • Pi Jacobs • Jenny Van West • Kevin Daniel & The Bottom Line • Shawnee Kilgore (7:10-7:50pm) • Elsa Cross band • Campfire w/ Mandy Rowden

Saturday March 19 • Nagavalli • Giulia Millanta • David Newbould • Taylor Rae • BettySoo • Hardened and Tempered • Ruby Dice • Rigby Summer • Mandy Rowden • Mike Younger • Tom Gillam • Arkansas Dave • DeFrance Free Donations Raffle Family-friendly Artists Market Community Nonprofit Gathering Gratitude Tree

Joanna Fest for HAAM!

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Lustre Pearl South, 10400 Menchaca Rd, Austin, TX

A celebration of the support and encouragement by one special fan and a special organization. 24 singer/songwriter salute to the love of live music and humans who encourage it to happen in Austin Texas.

No admission charge but donations to HAAM (Health Alliance for Austin Musicians) encouraged!

To order a shirt featuring the drawing of St. Joanna, by Ellie Hammack www.elliehammackart.com

Go to https://finesoutherngentlemen.com/search?type=product&q=haam

All profits from the shirts also go to HAAM!