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If Austin-area jazz lovers feel ignored, it is justified; the local music scene, multi-faceted as it may be, has always neglected their genre of choice. However, what the region lacks in quantity, the Elephant Room more than makes up for in quality. It has been deemed as one of the finest venues in the country by none other than Wynton Marsalis (and subsequently honored by a unanimous resolution of the Texas Senate for having earned the jazz legend's admiration). The appeal stems largely from the club's unceasing lineup of regional favorites, touring greats, and, once in a while, plain ol' jam sessions consisting of anyone who cares to take the stage.
Construido con tecnología sustentable, esta instalación de primera categoría realiza una gran variedad de actos musicales durante todo el año. Tiene una capacidad para más de 2700 personas en tres niveles de asientos, y ha atraído músicos como Willie Nelson, Robyn, los Gipsy Kings y más. Quienes hayan visto Austin City Limits Live en la televisión, sin dudas reconocerán este lugar.
Este es un lugar íntimo para aquellos de gusto sofisticado. El espectro musical va desde jazz hasta ‘house’, de rock ácido a rap y de ‘shoegaze’ hasta ‘dub’. En el Parish Room se ha presentado bandas de otros lugares como Smog, Guided By Voices, Autechre y Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, y bandas de Texas como Sub Oslo, Lift To Experience, Explosions in the Sky, y Swells. Este es el mejor refugio para los amantes de la música y de las fiestas.
Scoot Inn, one of the oldest bars in Texas, is still going strong till date. And rightly so, as the amount of history that this bar has to offer with its interiors is inevitable. Apart from the classic decor, this beer garden serves beer and other drinks at great prices. Music is the core product of this dive bar, as people move to the sounds of Rock & Pop, Blues, Alternative Rock, Funk and lots more. A jukebox too to add to this musical atmosphere. One of the most visited and the best dive bars in Austin, is the place to go to at least once.
A lively hangout for those in the neighborhood, The White Horse is known for its eclectic music and tasteful drinks. Located at Comal Street, the club lies to the east of downtown and exudes a rustic charm. Serving whiskey on tap, The White Horse hosts several live music shows and gigs. Drop by during the weekend to witness the crowd grooving to country music and reasonably-priced alcohol.
Built to honor the late great Johnny Cash, the Mean Eyed Cat has a crowded back patio and plenty of man-in-black collectibles. The Mean Eyed stage, featuring live music almost every night of the week, is popular with patrons of all ages. Order a shot at the bar to go down, down, down into a burning ring of fire.
Este lugar se encuentra al sur del río, y es un viaje en el tiempo a la década de 1950. La música ‘rock roots’ y el country predominan en este bar, donde se puede encontrar a menudo personas con chaquetas de cuero y Cadillacs clásicos estacionados afuera. Cuenta con música en vivo todas las noches, homenajes a Elvis, y aquí se celebran el cumpleaños de Hank Williams, por lo que es un lugar genial para bailar, beber y relajarse en los bancos. Las ‘happy hours’ cuentan con algunos de los compositores favoritos de Austin. El lugar ha ampliado su gama de música en vivo para incluir, ocasionalmente, la de ‘indie rock’.
Seating nearly 3,000 people, the largest auditorium on the University of Texas campus is host to a myriad of performances. Opera, symphony, ballet and even traveling Broadway shows use this venue. A computerized lighting board and orchestra pit that can be raised or lowered provides a wealth of options for performing organizations. Perfect for an aria or a symphony, Bass Concert Hall is likely to have a show to fit everyone's taste.
With its little stage having played host to some big names over the decades, Hole in the Wall has long been regarded as one of the city's most storied venues. Today, it mostly serves as a launching pad for local up-and-comers ranging in size and genre from 9-piece bluegrass bands to individual singer-songwriters. And although the nature of the crowd itself is subject to similarly sudden shifts (this often being a function of the performing schedule), the bar's proximity to UT brings in a steady flow of students and associated youngsters, most of whom come in for pitchers of Shiner and Lone Star.
A hip concert venue, Emo's is home to regular shows and live music events. Located on East Riverside Drive in East Austin, it draws huge crowds during major events and shows. While showcasing a range of contemporary music concerts, it also rents out its facility for private events like parties and receptions. To see their upcoming schedule, please visit website or call ahead.
Carousel Lounge is a mildly unorthodox bar in Austin, with a crazy circus theme. Check out the pink elephant and lion-tamer murals including a real miniature carousel behind the bar. Carousel Lounge is well-known for their unpredictable stage acts, from amazing musical acts or sensuous belly-dancers. Opened in the 1960s, this bar is still the favorite of many an Austin resident. The bar has a divey feel to it, with drinks available at dirt cheap rates.
The historic building that now houses the Sahara Lounge has a long nightlife history, having been host to various clubs and restaurants since its construction in 1962. Today, the Sahara Lounge is a live music venue and bar that presents an eclectic array of music genres, from indie and country to African and Brazilian music, and everything in between. The Sahara Lounge is one of Austin's favorite places for what the city does best: live music.