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Blues On The Green Lineup Announced
Updated: Monday, June 2 2014, 10:33 PM CDT
The lineup for the annual -- and free -- KGSR's Blues on the Green Concerts at Zilker Park has been announced.
The east end of the Zilker Metropolitan Park at 2100 Barton Springs Road will serve as the site for the concerts.
May 28 Saints of Valory with The Wind The Wave
June 11 Heartless Bastards with Dana Falconberry
June 25 Shinyribs with Tameca Jones
July 9 Grupo Fantasma with Greyhounds
July 23 Robert Ellis with The Nightowls
August 6 Charlie Mars
The music begins at 8 p.m.
A few tips:
- Check the FAQ and get other event related information at: http://www.kgsr.com/bluesonthegreen/.
- This is an outdoor event. Attendees are reminded to wear hats, sunscreen and pack a flash light to safely illuminate their way while walking after dark in the park and along the hike and bike trail.
- Ample parking is available at the park, Palmer Events Center and One Texas Center. Attendees are reminded not to park in the neighborhood.
- Go green and take your bike to the event site. There are plenty of bike rack spaces available at the event site.
Public Safety Reminders:
- Attendees are reminded not to park illegally on right-of-way areas, in designated no-parking areas, or too close to corners or hydrants in the neighboring areas. Public safety personnel will be patrolling the affected areas, and ticketing/towing illegally parked vehicles.
- This family friendly event is alcohol and smoke free. Smoking Violations are a Class C misdemeanor.