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2nd Annual Laurel Path Gardens Holiday Art Fair 10AM - 5PM Original Affordable Art, Live Music, Food
Its Fall in Austin, and Out Youth is loving it!! Join us, Sunday, 11/10/13 for a community gathering for the Fall Gathering at Out Youth, followed by the Out Youth Annual QUEERS GOT TALENT SHOW!!!! Fall Festival Starts at 2pm: ** Free--> Food, Games, Art, Raffle, Friends, Fun, Live Music by: Grrlz Will Be Boyz, DJ SIR, and more!!! Queers Got Talent Show: starts at 4:30pm-6pm: at Out Youth Backyard Stage The show will feature, LGBTQ Youth Talents, of Poetry, Dance, Art, Singing, Magic, and more! If you are interested in participating in the Talent Show, message us on Facebook or email email@example.com. This is an all age community event! FREE for youth! Suggested donation for non-youth (ages 23+)
A showcase of live music by LGBTQ artists during Pride weekend in the Live Music Capital of the World.
The OUTlander Project Day 4 of music week is a showcase on SATURDAY, March 16, 2013 at Oilcan Harry's at 211 W 4th Street in the heart of downtown Austin featuring more than a dozen LGBTQ and allied artists from around the country on one stage!
The OUTlander 2013 Spring Music Festival is a multimedia festival that will be held in Austin, Texas from March 08-16, 2013, during the 2013 South By Southwest Festival. In addition to interactive and film components, OUTlander will be the largest gathering of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ) and allied music artists in Texas performing over 5 days right in the heart of one of the iconic events of the music industry. The event will showcase several regional and national acts along with several well-known local acts.
Sounds Like: Melissa Etheridge, Amy Ray, Indigo Girls, The Cliks, Joan Jett & The Blackhearts
Bio: Repeatedly described as “hard rocking” and “high energy”, Grrlz will be BoiZ is an all female, rock foursome based in Austin, Tx with an “Etheridge-esque rasp in the vocals and a Shirley Manson confidence worn very well on stage." (Bright Knife) Their style, which they describe as “Funk-pop, Root...See Full Bio