Friday, June 24th
Austin band The Coveters will be performing at Austin Beer Garden and Brewery to kick off your weekend with some great Americana music. This group is a new project from famed Austin guitarist Warren Hood, so we promise you that this performance will be a great one, as their songs will move your soul. Due to the popularity of this particular venue, we encourage you to get to the show early.
Known for his stage name Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs, British electronic music producer Orlando Higginbottom is a great DJ to see if you are looking for something subtle to start your weekend off. With tracks such as “Garden,” Totally Enormous…is a great way to ease into the groove of the weekend.
Performing a mix of rock, soul, and funk, Washington DC musician Citizen Cope performs a pleasing blend of genres that you won’t be able to get enough of. Always appealing and funky, tracks such “Bullet and a Target” will get you singing along in no time, convincing you that you need to hear more of his music. One dollar from each ticket sold will be donated to Beauty for Freedom, an organization who fights human trafficking through workshops, public campaigns, and fundraising events.
Tickets: $36.00 (advance)
Australian rock band Stonefield will be hitting the stage at The Mohawk to perform their amazing songs that show the scope and range of the sibling bands talent. With songs such as “Put Your Curse On Me,” it becomes clear that the group can sing well together, with the gospel choir singing throughout, adding a timeless touch to the song. For fans of Janis Joplin, you won’t want to miss this incredible band.
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