The only thing better than a free live music show is a relatively inexpensive music show where the proceeds benefit a local Austin charity. Coming up this Tuesday, October 25, Texas country singer-songwriter Wade Bowen is playing an acoustic show benefitting Health Alliance for Austin Musicians (HAAM).
Finding affordable health insurance can be difficult for working musicians. HAAM is a nonprofit dedicated to providing affordable healthcare for low-income, uninsured working musicians in Austin.
If you’ve kept up with the Texas country music scene, you’re probably familiar with Bowen’s work. But if you are uninitiated to the genre, check out some of Bowen’s recent hit songs like “West Texas Rain” and “Songs About Trucks.”
Tickets for the Wade Bowen show are only $25, but there are fewer than 200 available for this intimate event, so snatch them up now! They’re available for purchase online. The show will be held at Deep Eddy Distillery in Dripping Springs. Doors open at 6:30 p.m., and the music starts at 7:15 p.m.
This show kicks off the Deep Eddy Distillery Concert Series presented by YETI. Future concert dates and artists will be announced soon, so stay tuned for more to come!
Featured image courtesy of Wade Bowen’s Facebook