AUSTIN, Texas – Sept. 6, 2017 – Take off your shoes, spread out your picnic blanket and enjoy family friendly music at the KUTX Live at Mueller fall concert series kicking off Sept. 22 at the Mueller Lake Park Amphitheater.
This free, monthly music series takes place one Friday each month September through November. Each concert is curated by KUTX Live Music Producer Deidre Gott and Bill Childs, host of KUTX’s Sunday-evening kids’ show, “Spare the Rock, Spoil the Child.”
Nov. 17 (Rain date Dec. 1)
7:00 p.m. Family funk super duo Sugar Free Allstars
7:45 p.m. Surprise guest TBA in November
Face painting for the kids and food for purchase will be available before the show starts. Join us for food trucks, fun and live music on the lake!
Please do not bring chairs, glass containers or alcohol to this event. Guests may bring blankets or stadium cushions. Parking is $5 in the McBee Garage across from the Thinkery. Metered spaces are available around the park.
About KUTX 98.9, The Austin Music Experience
Named “Best Radio Station” in the Austin Music Awards poll for three consecutive years, KUTX 98.9 is the destination for new music from the artists driving the sound of Austin today – from new and local artists, to music that has stood the test of time. Programming includes more than 300 live, one-of-a-kind performances in Studio 1A each year; the Austin Music Minute, the KUTX Artist of the Month and the KUTX Song of the Day, as well as KUTX Live events that connect music fans to local and national talent. More at kutx.org.
Mueller is one of the nation’s most notable new-urbanist communities located in the heart of Austin. The 700-acre site of Austin’s former airport is being transformed into a diverse, sustainable, compatible, revitalizing and fiscally responsible master-planned community. Mueller is taking shape as a joint project between the City of Austin Economic Development department and Catellus Development over 10-15 years following nearly 20 years of extensive citizen input. Upon completion, Mueller will feature at least 5,900 single-family and multi-family homes, a mixed-use town center district known as Aldrich Street, 4.4 million square feet of prime commercial space, including 750,000 square feet of local and regional retail space, 140 acres of parks and open space, plus Dell Children’s Medical Center, the Austin Film Studios, The Thinkery, H-E-B and the Austin ISD Performing Arts Center. For more information, visit http://www.muelleraustin.com/, Facebook, Twitter or Instagram.
Photos from the spring KUTX Live at Mueller series are available on the KUTX Flickr page, contact Erin Geisler for downloads.