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Austin Events: February 17 – 21

February 17, 2010

Just in case you didn’t get all your Mardi Gras-ing out the past several days, check out these events!

Wednesday, February 17th

One Night of Queen

Pretty convincing Queen cover band aims to rock The Long Center.  The show starts at 8 pm and tickets are $24-$54.  Buy them here.

Matt the Electrician, Southpaw Jones

Check out this regular Wednesday line-up at Flipnotics.  Show starts at 8:30 pm.

Thursday, February 18th

Austin360 Concert Series w/ ZOOKEEPER, THE BOXING LESSON, NEW ROMAN TIMES

It’s indie rock time at Stubb’s tomorrow night.  Doors at 9 pm.  Tickets are only $5 and you can buy them here.

The rest of Thursday, plus Friday, Saturday and Sunday, after the jump!

Uncle Lucius, Dertybird, and Noble Dog

Party Southern rock style at Antone’s.  Doors are at 8 pm and tickets are $10 or $30 for VIP.  Pick them up here.

Friday, February 19th

The Bright Light Social Hour w/ Zlam Dunk & The Couch: Presented By The Austin Chronicle’s Chrontourage & KVRX

Check out one of Austin’s most popular bands right now at The Parish Friday night.  Doors are at 8:30 pm and cover is $5.

T-Bird and The Breaks and Brownout

It’s going to be at Antone’s, doors at 9 pm.  Tickets are $12 or $30 for VIP and you can buy them here.

Shawn Colvin

One of Austin’s hometown heroes will be at One World Theatre.  Showtimes at 7:00 pm and 9:30 pm.  Tickets start at $55 and you can buy them here.

Saturday, February 20th

Kenny Wayne Shepherd

Check out the guitar legend at Antone’s, doors at 9 pm.  Tickets are $25 and you can buy them here.

101X Presents: The Soundtrack of Our Lives, Nico Vega, My Education

The 101X concert series rages on with Swedish band The Soundtrack of Our Lives (who coincidentally sound more American than many American bands).  It’s at Emo’s at 8 pm and tickets are $15.  Buy them here.

Sunday, February 21st

The Eggmen at the Paramount w/ McCallum Fine Arts Orchestra

This show benefits the McCallum Orchestra to help them fund a trip to Washington D.C.  Doors at 7 pm.  Tickets are $22 and $32 with a student discount for $15 (with ID at the Box Office).  Buy your tix here.

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