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Austin Events: October 5 – 8

October 5, 2009

Didn’t get your fill of music at ACL this weekend?  Here are my picks for things to see Monday through Thursday.  Make sure you click on the jump to see it all!

Also, check back later on for my ACL recaps plus video and pictures, including the one band I regret not seeing live on Sunday, the band that disappointed me the most, and my top pick for best festival performance!  Subscribe to my Twitter and You Tube accounts to make sure you don’t miss anything.

Monday, October 5th

Conspirare – Dinner & Open Rehearsal at The Crossings (“A Time for Life”)

From the promoter:
Dinner at The Crossings followed by an open rehearsal for Concert Series 1: “A Time for Life.” An extraordinary ensemble of 8 Conspirare singers and 3 instrumentalists rehearses the Texas premiere of Robert Kyr’s critically acclaimed environmental oratorio “A Time for Life: Music for the Environment”, plus a chant setting of poetry by Bengali poet Rabbindranath Tagore. Oregon-based composer Robert Kyr will be present at the rehearsal.

Tickets are $50 for the dinner package.  You can buy them here.

Tuesday, October 6th

Snow Patrol, Plain White T’s

Not the most exciting line-up in history, but if you need some mellowing out after ACL, check these bands out at Stubb’s at 8pm tomorrow.  Tickets are a somewhat steep $30 and you can buy them here.

Wednesday, October 7th

Cowboy Mouth

They’ll be at Antone’s Wednesday at 9 pm.  Tickets are $20-$50 and you can get them here.

Thursday, October 8th

Funk Fest Night

Why not, right?  This will be at Ruta Maya starting at 9 pm.  Cost is $5.

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