Five Free Concerts This Weekend In Austin


By Rebecca McCraney

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Austin has been dubbed The Live Music Capital of The World. With free concerts happening every weekend, burnt x has found five free concerts for you to check out this weekend.

 

1. Cilantro Boombox

 

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Head on over to Waterloo Records on 600 N. Lamar this Friday at 5 p.m. for Latin and Pan-African inspired electronic music. Cilantro Boombox is sure to bring “chill and positive vibes only.”

 

 

2. Magic Rockers of Texas EP Release with Marmalakes, Major Major Major, Booher, Toma and MCG

 

 

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If you are still craving music on Friday, hit up Cheer Up Charlies since they have six diverse bands lined up for the night. Doors open at 8 p.m., so be sure to RSVP through Do512 for free entry.

 

3. Unfaithful Servants

 

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If you are in the mood for some upbeat rock ‘n’ roll and a change in scenery, the Treaty Oak Distilling Co. is the place to be. The Unfaithful Servants are taking over Treaty Oak this Saturday at 4 p.m. You do not want to miss out!

 

4. 90s Flashback Party With Zoodust

 

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The Highball will take you back in time through some 90’s classics like TLC No Scrubs, Spice Girls Wannabe, Black Street No diggity, Blink 182 All the Small Things and more covered by Zoodust this Saturday. The show starts at 10 p.m., 21+ only.

 

5. Side Project Sundays: Jesse Ebaugh & Friends (Heartless Bastards)

 

 

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Kebabalicious, located at the storefront at Navasota, is hosting Side Project Sunday in support of local professional musicians who are currently working on side projects. This Sunday, the Heartless Bastards, an alternative rock band, will take the spotlight at 3 p.m. Grab your homework and some friends for some free entertainment while you study.

 
Want more information on these concerts? Are you wondering how to find free concerts in the future? Check out Do512 and Showlist Austin.