For visitors, the music scene is legendary; nearly 200 venues offer rock, blues, jazz, hip hop, punk or Latino shows nightly. The Broken Spoke, known as "the last true Texas dance hall," features great country acts - and guests can also take a Texas Two-Step lesson. The Continental Club has showcased blues, rock and folk music since 1957, earning it the title, "Granddaddy of Austin music venues." Antone's, Austin's "home of the blues," is where Stevie Ray Vaughan cut his proverbial teeth. Newer stages like those at The Mohawk and Club DeVille showcase local acts alongside big-name touring artists. Where to begin? Check out the following list to get started.
The Market & Tap Room bring this building back to its roots with early 20th century décor. The inside is warm and inviting with exposed brick and wood everywhere you look. The staff is even more... MORE >
3 clubs in 1 featuring Classic Cocktails, Vintage Bowling & Live Entertainment plus best rooftop in Austin.... MORE >
Annies Café & Bar was founded in 1982 and is the oldest continually operating restaurant in downtown Austin. Located in the historic Day Building at 319 Congress, Annies Café & Bar is a modern... MORE >
Vulcan Gas Company is a beautiful state-of-the art music venue designed to host today’s most cutting edge music experiences as well as to offer the best setting for a variety of private brand... MORE >
Beautiful event venue and bar inspired by a 1950’s airport lounge. There are 3 different levels to enjoy, including a rooftop patio bar overlooking the Warehouse District. Hangar Lounge is able to... MORE >
Austin City Limits at the Moody Theater hosts diverse performers, from Belle & Sebastian to ZZ Top. Welcome to music's best address. ACL Live at The Moody Theater is a state-of-the-art live... MORE >