We finalized details today for RedGorilla’s Road to RedGorilla (R2RG) series to hit the Kansas City market for a second year. We will be showcasing some of the hottest regional artists on November 29 and 30 at both Jerry’s Bait Shop locations. More details coming soon…
RedGorilla Music Fest
We finalized details today for RedGorilla’s Road to RedGorilla (R2RG) series to hit the Kansas City market for a second year. We will be showcasing some of the hottest regional artists on November 29 and 30 at both Jerry’s Bait Shop locations. More details coming soon…
RedGorilla will be headed to St. Louis, MO for the PLAY:stl Fest again this year. We are really excited to be showcasing some very talented regional bands at several events this year around the globe. The first Road to RedGorilla event of the year will take place Sept. 17-19 in conjunction with the PLAY:stl Fest […]
RedGorilla will be headed to St. Louis, MO for the PLAY:stl Fest again this year. We are really excited to be showcasing some very talented regional bands at several events this year around the globe. The first Road to RedGorilla event of the year will take place Sept. 17-19 in conjunction with the PLAY:stl Fest who will showcase 3 of our favorite regional acts: Fundamental Elements, Luna Halo, and Strix Vega.
Kelly Fenton (our marketing guru) and Brian Waymire (Festival Director) will also be on hand checking out new talent for RedGorilla 2010. They will both be on panels at Cicero’s Saturday the 19th as a part of the music conference. Come say hi!
Pictures of then came out with their new video for the song Wicked Sea and we absolutely LOVE it! They have been playing RedGorilla for a couple years now and if you haven’t checked them out now is your chance. We will be featuring their video on our homepage this week. We are going to […]
Pictures of then came out with their new video for the song Wicked Sea and we absolutely LOVE it! They have been playing RedGorilla for a couple years now and if you haven’t checked them out now is your chance. We will be featuring their video on our homepage this week. We are going to try and feature a new video each week on the home page, so please make sure you are sending us your cool vid’s… they don’t have to be filmed live at RedGorilla. We love to feature cool videos like this one from artists who have either played in years past or will be playing in the future.
Check it out HERE
OK… In the interest of saving myself a little time and since there is now a nice rolling blog on the site, the old blog will be going away. It’s been fun, old blog, but now it’s time for you to go home. Keep up with all things RedGorilla right here on the front page […]
OK… In the interest of saving myself a little time and since there is now a nice rolling blog on the site, the old blog will be going away. It’s been fun, old blog, but now it’s time for you to go home. Keep up with all things RedGorilla right here on the front page now.
Paradise hosted sultry songstress Selena Garcia this afternoon at 4:00 pm. It’s a shame there weren’t more people packed into the venue because this girl is amazing! As pop princesses go she may be the most down to earth, real girl—she even shared a story about how she got in a bar fight (it wasn’t […]
Paradise hosted sultry songstress Selena Garcia this afternoon at 4:00 pm. It’s a shame there weren’t more people packed into the venue because this girl is amazing! As pop princesses go she may be the most down to earth, real girl—she even shared a story about how she got in a bar fight (it wasn’t her doing) the night before. This girl has one of the most original, radio ready voices I’ve heard in a long time. She favors Sara Bareilles, with an Amy Winehouse flare that really hooks you in and keeps you wanting more. Her tunes are sweet, but not too sugary and she seems completely organic and comfortable on stage. This must be the day for female singer/songwriters (see our Jessica Campbell post from earlier) because Selena kept things going even when the bar was empty. About three songs in, people started to flow into the venue, inquiring about her set and watching intently. Highlights of her set include the performance of “Don’t Worry It’s Not Love,” the title track off her new EP, which just hit streets in December. It reminds me of Sara Bareilles’ “Come Round Soon” with heavy moody keys and a bass line that will have you tapping your toes right away. She finished her set with an song titled “Highway,” laced with bluesy inflections and driven by delicate keys.
There’s absolutely nothing negative I can say about Selena. Her voice is magnificent, and her set brought a much-needed energy to Paradise. If you missed Selena’s set Thursday check out her MySpace for a preview of tunes, a full list of upcoming shows and complete contact information.
One sunny afternoon just north of Nashville, TN, the grit of southern rock fell in love with the energy of funk and the very essence of rock n’ roll. Their love grew and multiplied and a short time later, out of Bowling Green, Kentucky, was born Cage The Elephant. Brothers Matt and Brad Schultz joined […]
One sunny afternoon just north of Nashville, TN, the grit of southern rock fell in love with the energy of funk and the very essence of rock n’ roll. Their love grew and multiplied and a short time later, out of Bowling Green, Kentucky, was born Cage The Elephant.
Brothers Matt and Brad Schultz joined up with a high school friend Jared Champion, and family friend Danielle Tichenor. A few months later Lincoln Parish, an eager young musician, e-mailed the group several times asking to join. Subsequent jam sessions proved successful and Parish joined the group at the ripe old age of fifteen. Cage The Elephant began to conquer the local tour circuit, and after word spread of their high-energy, high-chaos live shows, they signed with Relentless Records. Since then, they’ve been working hard to release their debut album “Cage The Elephant” which dropped in the US June 23, 2008
Since 2007 Cage The Elephant has been touring and living in the UK where their first single, “In One Ear” debuted at number 26 on the Top 40 charts, and their intense live shows have earned them opening spots on tour with Kings of Leon and Queens of The Stone Age. Cage’s organic melodies channel the likes of The Chili Peppers and their outspoken lyrics mock their critics with a raw poignancy reminiscent of Dylan himself. On the opening track of their record the band claims, “They say that we ain’t got the style/we ain’t got the class/we ain’t got the tunes that’s gonna’ put us on the map” but subsequent tracks like “Back Stabbin’ Betty” and their second single “Ain’t No Rest For The Wicked” speak volumes to the band’s talent and creativity which few artists today possess.
Having lived in Nashville for four years, I’ve heard a great deal about this little band from Bowling Green. However, I have yet to have the pleasure of experiencing a live Cage The Elephant show, so this week’s performance at RedGorilla seemed like the perfect opportunity to get my feet wet.
I got to The Thirsty Nickel about twenty minutes before their set, and the venue was already packed. There were people pouring out the doors, up the stairs and around the bar waiting for Cage to take the stage. Once everything was set, Cage turned up the energy with their opener, “Lotus” and then proceeded to blow everyone’s mind with their unique sound and intense energy.
Front man, Matt Schultz is an amazing performer. At one point he even jumped down off the stage, rolled around on the ground, and then ran up the stairs and catapulted off the balcony back into the crowd. It was quite a sight to see, and the fact that their music is amazing didn’t hurt the performance one bit.
The set list was packed with new tunes, and a few from their UK release like the hit single, “In One Ear.” This was probably one of my favorite performances of the entire festival! It was high-energy, great music, at a great venue…what more could you ask for?!
Special thanks to Cage The Elephant for heading down to Austin for RedGorilla. You guys rock!
Alright, so we had some technical difficulties that prevented me from posting live today. (Don’t worry it’ll all be worked out tomorrow) If you got a chance to stop by the Blind Pig tonight you heard the smooth musical styling’s of The Rocketboys, and the pure classic rock that is The Effects. […]
Alright, so we had some technical difficulties that prevented me from posting live today. (Don’t worry it’ll all be worked out tomorrow) If you got a chance to stop by the Blind Pig tonight you heard the smooth musical styling’s of The Rocketboys, and the pure classic rock that is The Effects.
I got the chance to catch the tail end of The Rocketboys’ set, which was pure indie-rock with a shiny pop-edged blade and a propensity towards intricate lyrics. The last few songs were really great, and everyone in the audience was totally vibin’ on it.
Forty minutes later when The Effects took the stage, the atmosphere of the entire venue switched gears, and everyone rocked out HARD. If you’re not already familiar with The Effects, or if you’ve heard any of their recordings on MySpace the only thing I can tell you is to check out a live show of theirs. Unfortunately, the music they have up on the Web right now does not do them justice at all. The Effects know how to bring classic rock back to the present, and the do it so effortlessly, I found myself wishing I could jump up on stage and rock out with them. Without a doubt, the rest of the audience would completely back me up on this. There were at least 20 people standing up front dancing like the drunken fools I’m sure they were, and the energy these boys projected was being quickly absorbed and then re-emitted by everyone in the house tonight.
Being that this is my first RedGorilla experience, I really don’t have anything to compare it to, but let me just say that this was one of the best days of music I’ve experienced in a long time. Thank you RedGorilla for introducing me to Austin the right way!
It might be the last full day of bands, but Saturday at RedGorilla Music Fest boasts an amazing lineup. We’ve got everything from punk to ska to blues and country/pop so if you’re looking for a good time that won’t cost you a month’s rent, you better be at RedGorilla Saturday, March 21. Because there […]
It might be the last full day of bands, but Saturday at RedGorilla Music Fest boasts an amazing lineup. We’ve got everything from punk to ska to blues and country/pop so if you’re looking for a good time that won’t cost you a month’s rent, you better be at RedGorilla Saturday, March 21.
Because there are so many amazing bands playing this year’s festival we’re making it a little easier on you and hand-picking some of the day’s favorites. Just like before, this is by no means the full schedule so check out redgorillamusic.com for a full list of artists.
Here come Saturday’s highlights:
12:00 pm @ The Chuggin’ Monkey. Lindsay Ell looks like Charlotte church with a guitar, but sounds like Carrie Underwood’s little sister. This Canadian pop artist sings country and blues-inspired tunes that will leave you wondering why major labels aren’t banging down her door. Get a taste of Lindsay’s music on www.myspace.com/lindsayell and check out her RedGorilla set Saturday night at The Chuggin’ Monkey.
1:00 pm @ Nuno’s Upstairs. This little band from Salt Lake City knows how to have fun. This is fun, indie-rock with an alternative flare. Kid Theodore’s Unique sound will make you want to dance up and down 6th street all afternoon.
1:00 pm @ Dizzy Rooster. Damon Dotson has opened for acts such as B.B. King, Willie Nelson, Matt Nathanson, The Gin Blossoms, The Beach Boys, Kenny Loggins, Tristan Prettyman, and Stephan Kellogg and the Sixers. Always striving for something bigger and better, Damon is relentless when it comes to his music career. He is truly a unique artist that blends extreme talent with hard work and dedication. Come on down to Dizzy Rooster Saturday night to catch Damon Dotson in all his musical glory.
2:00 pm @ The Chuggin’ Monkey. Mike’s Pawn Shop’s “ghetto-tech” sound is incredibly unique and super fun. They’re a young band from Franklin Tennessee, but their sound is already so refined, it’s a wonder they aren’t all over the club scene already. Fueled by techno beats, with a Beasties Boys twist, Mike’s Pawn Shop is one to watch on this year’s festival.
3:30 pm @ The Chuggin’ Monkey. Tori Sparks calls Nashville home, but spends most of her time on the road in the U.S. and Europe. Called “a knockout” by the Village Voice, her dynamic live show is equal parts eye-popping soul-singing, and zany stand-up-style humor. This will be a great live show people, so don’t miss it.
4:00 pm @ Nuno’s Upstairs. Born in Country music and raised on Rock & Roll, the Street Corner Champs bring an abrasively unapologetic lyrical style paired with aggressive melodies. The Street Corner Champs were made to rock, and that’s exactly what they’re going to do Saturday afternoon!
5:00 pm ∆ @The Blind Pig. The Hollywood Kills have been pounding away at the Nashville rock scene for several years, playing their melodically driven, guitar-heavy pop/rock for anyone who will listen. Now, for the third year in a row, The Hollywood Kills have brought their infectious harmonies and killer licks to Austin just for you. Don’t miss this force to be reckoned with and they bring down the house Saturday evening.
5:00 pm @ Nuno’s Downstairs. Part homage to the twinkling pop vistas of The Beach Boys and the sixties, part incisive take on the hopes that push us to the everyday commute, Jeremy Messersmith’s precise lyrics and expansive scope of sound is impressive to say the least. His thoughtful lyrics and organic melodies make this singer/songwriter one to watch on this year’s festival.
5:00 pm Special Guest ** @ Dizzy Rooster.
5:30 pm @ Darwin’s Pub. Flight 409 formed in 2001 and quickly became a fixture in the Fresno music scene. From rocking out on cardboard guitars to nation-wide tours with bands like Saosin, Poison The Well, and The Used, this group has proven that they are a force to be reckoned with. Don’t miss their set Saturday night!
6:00 pm @ Nuno’s Upstairs. Chicago’s State And Madison are known for delivering pop-infused indie-rock with a signature punch, an always infectious live show, and consistently giving back to their loyal fans. This year at RedGorilla Music Fest, State And Madison showcase the very best of their craft and prove why this combination of elements continues to stick. Don’t miss State And Madison Saturday night at Nuno’s Upstairs.
7:00 pm @ Dizzy Rooster. A ménage trios plus 1 composed of members Justin P, Leara Bee, Dave Anderson, have evolved from a concoction of aggressive, melodic, eccentri, eclectic elements that were originally formulated by the musical alchemist, and the band’s lead singer, Pete Crotty. Ncm is currently tantalizing eardrums w/ their raw and innovative full length cd, “escape fromMyopis” throughout the tri-state area and are currently on a US tour. They stop off at RedGorilla Saturday night so don’t miss it.
7:00 pm @ The Chuggin’ Mokey. Peter Adams first appeared in the underground music scene in 2005 with his self-released album The Spiral Eyes. Written, recorded, and produced entirely by Adams, the album mixed the folk-psychadelia of Neutral Milk Hotel, the playful inventiveness of the Beatles and the technical complexity of Radiohead to create a truly unique musical experience. Without help from any record labels or traditional avenues of distribution, Adams’ music caught on among independent music fans and began to spread through word of mouth. Don’t miss Peter Saturday night.
7:30 pm ∆ @ Darwin’s Pub. When Larry Leicht , Devin Dean, Daniel Lopez, and Joshua Dufrene came together in 2006 to form Kingsfall they all had one thing in common: a vision of taking their unique sound to the masses. Based out of Dallas, this exciting and energetic band with a very distinct sound has been compared to Mutemath, Coldplay, Third Eye Blind, and Switchfoot. For a dose of quality pop/rock with a positive flare, don’t miss Kingsfall Saturday night.
9:00 pm Special Guest ** @ The Chuggin’ Monkey.
9:00 pm @ Dizzy Rooster. Waltz for Venus is a five-piece melodic rock band from Indianapolis, IN. Their debut, Devestation.Celebration, caused a surprising wave of college radio buzz, and soon the record was spinning on more than 215 stations across the U.S. Walzt For Venus enjoyed an extra boost when it’s songs were featured on MTV’s “My Super Sweet 16.” Catch Waltz For Venus (an official RedGorilla Showcasing Artist) Saturday night!
9:00 pm Special Guest ** @ Paradise Upstairs.
11:00 pm Special Guest ** @ Dizzy Rooster.
11:00 pm @ Nuno’s Upstairs. Red Letter Agent are able to make guitars soar from an ambient whisper into a fury of sound, with killer backbeats, melodic bass lines, all Laden with a singer who wails like BONO and can soften a tune with mellow crooning. Clever hooks and anthems give proof to songwriting prowess, which comes to life through their dynamic live show.
11:00 pm Special Guest ** @ The Vintage Lounge.
11:30 pm Special Guest ** @ Darwin’s Pub.
11:30 pm Special Guest ** @ Thirsty Nickel.
12:30 am @ Darwin’d Pub. Rival City isn’t a band, it’s a place… a place where creativity and expression collide, and the output is high. The collateral damage stings and the pain is a good thing. It’s a place where super strength is found within, and anybody can do anything. Listen up, cause it’s gonna hit you hard! Catch Rival City’s unique blend of rock/reggae/hip/hop at Darwin’s Pub Saturday.
** We can’t announce these names just yet…because they are that awesome! Check back the day of show to see who’s playing. We promise you won’t be disappointed.
∆ This artist plays more than once during the festival.
Thursday’s Highlights Thursday is just as jam-packed with amazing artists, and we’ve hand picked a few we think you should make time to see. So check out the list below and come back often to find out who our special guests are. We’ll also be doing spotlights on official RedGorilla showcasing artists, and reviewing a […]
Thursday’s Highlights Thursday is just as jam-packed with amazing artists, and we’ve hand picked a few we think you should make time to see. So check out the list below and come back often to find out who our special guests are. We’ll also be doing spotlights on official RedGorilla showcasing artists, and reviewing a few records from some of our artists. There’s much more to come so don’t go anywhere! Here are Thursday’s highlights:
12:00 pm Special Guest **
12:30 pm ∆ Brenn will start the day off right at Darwin’s Pub with their fresh Switchfoot-esque sound, complete with heavy beats and full guitars. Brenn is definitely one to watch at this year’s festival.
12:30 pm Jessica Campbell is a breath of fresh air in country music today. She’s young, she’s relevant, and she’s talented. Over the years Jessica has honed her craft, putting a shiny pop twist on her naturally country tunes and today she’s ready to share them with you. Don’t miss Jessica’s set Thursday night at Thirsty Nickel.
3:00 pm Singer/songwriter Fox Fagan comes to RedGorilla via the Australian music hub that is Melbourne. He’s a lyrical poet with a whirly, genuine turn of phrase that’s unmistakable in today’s lackluster music. Don’t miss Fox Fagan at Nuno’s Downstairs Thursday night.
3:00 pm Rachel Sage is a unique singer/songwriter from New York, NY. Her quirky personality shines through her voice, and her infectious melodies are the driving force behind her music. If you’re looking for a little jem of a songwriter, don’t miss this pop/rock powerhouse at Nuno’s Upstairs.
3:30 pm Come here some Language Room’s version of indie/alternative rock at Darwin’s Pub. You won’t be disappointed. Language Room’s music is mellow, and is almost liquefying to the listener. You’re immediately sucked into Language Room’s sound, and their infectious beats keep you hooked. Come out to Darwin’s Pub Thursday night for Language Room!
4:00 pm Special Guest at Dizzy Rooster**
4:00 pm Selena Garcia is a powerhouse in today’s up-and-coming pop scene. Her powerful vocals and sassy persona are a perfect fit for her sultry pop/rock tunes. Selena has everything it takes to be a superstar, and she is already well on her way to becoming one. Don’t miss Selena’s set at Paradise Upstairs
4:30 pm American Fangs will be playing at Darwin’s Pub at 4:30 pm. American Fangs sound like a cross between Bad Religion and The White Stripes. This band from Houston, TX is ready to rock Austin with their heavy guitars and punk-rock edge. Let American Fangs sink into your eardrums Thursday night.
5:00 pm ∆ Come see Breaking Laces at The Chuggin’ Monkey! Breaking Laces combines old-school influences with original inspiration to produce their own version of acoustic pop/rock with an indie twist. Breaking Laces hails from Brooklyn, NY but is bringing their grassroots pop to Austin Thursday night so don’t miss it!
5:00 pm XOXO loves to rock. And that’s exactly what they’ll be doing at Nuno’s Upstairs on Thursday night. They’ve got a fun, funky set planned for RedGorilla this year, complete with Beatles-inspired harmonies, groovy guitars and a pure indie spirit. Don’t miss their set!
6:00 pm Special Guest at Paradise **
6:00 pm Loudlove is pure rock, reggae, and funk all wrapped up into one giant burrito. Hot off the press and ready to eat! They formed out of a love for music—and each other—and their in-your-face lyrics coupled with a punk-tastic drum line makes for some great music. Don’t miss LoudLove at Nuno’s Upstairs!
6:00 pm Rachel Sierra is a spunky 40’s pin-up version of Christina Aguilera with a distinct Tori Amos flare. She’s fun to watch and has the pipes to back it up. Don’t miss Rachel’s personality-packed set Thursday, 6:00 pm at The Chuggin’ Monkey.
7:00 pm The soothing vocals styling of Matthew Perryman Jones are not to be missed at this year’s festival. His highly emotional brand of pop/indie-rock is the kind that touches the heart of a person, and stays with you long after you first hear it. Check out MPJ’s set at Paradise Thursday night.
7:30 pm Jonathan Clay will sink his bluesy little hooks in you from the first lick of his guitar, with the first sweet notes that slip from his lips. This handsomely talented singer/songwriter will play Thirsty Nickel at 7:30 pm. For a preview of his music go to http://www.myspace.com/johnathanclay to download his new album FOR FREE!
8:30 pm If you’re in the mood for some up-beat indie rock head over to Darwin’s Pub for The Invincible Kids at 8:30 pm. This is the kind of rock that makes you want to dance, so wear some comfortable shoes and get ready to shake your booty to the beat of The Invincible Kids.
9:00 pm Come out to The Chuggin’ Monkey to see The Blend Thursday night. The Blend was founded by poet/coffeehouse favorite Toussaint Morrison out of Minneapolis, MN. The five-piece is an eclectic blend of jazz, rock, blues, with heavy instrumentals and a funky hip-hop flare. The Blend is definitely one to watch at this year’s festival.
9:00 pm ∆ Mother/Father will grace the RedGorilla stage at Nuno’s Upstairs Thursday night. Their progressive sound has been described as the musical love child of U2, Depeche Mode, and The Smashing Pumpkins. This year, the young band from Nashville, Tenn., is bringing their unique sound to RedGorilla just for you. If you love heavy vocals and deep drums, don’t miss Mother/Father!
9:30 pm If you’re looking for a rock band with a darker edge, look no further than Afterglow Radio at Darwin’s Pub. This hardcore foursome from Orlando, Fla., has been described as an “intense fusion of modern rock, reggae, Latin, and classic rock.” They’re original and fresh and they’re playing Darwin’s Pub Thursday night!
10:00 pm Special Guest at The Vintage Lounge**
10:00 pm Don’t miss Dizzy Balloon at Paradise Thursday night. Their energetic rock is more fun than you’ve had in a long time so do not miss it. Dizzy Balloon’s new self-titled album is available on iTunes now!
10:00 pm Cavashawn will play at Nuno’s Upstairs at 10:00 pm. This little band from Chicago has been climbing their way to the top of their local indie scene since early 2008 and has finally made the trek to Austin for this year’s festival. Their live show is jam-packed full of energy and will have you singing along after the very first song. Don’t miss Cavashawn at Nuno’s Upstairs!
10:30 pm Country crooner Ricky Young will be at Darwin’s Pub Thursday night. His soulful songs are easy on the ears, and his smooth on-stage persona makes for a pleasant listening experience.
11:00 pm S
pecial Guest at The Vintage Lounge**
11:30 pm ∆ Porcelain will be at Darwin’s Pub Thursday night. They’ve been described as emotional, melodic, dynamic, and powerful, and this five-some from Los Angeles is ready to rock RedGorilla. Don’t miss their set at 11:30.
11:30 pm Special Guest at Thirsty Nickel**
12:00 am ∆ You can catch The Effects at The Chuggin’ Monkey Thursday night. Joel and Jeff will be taking the stage at 12 am, bringing rock n’ roll back to Austin, TX. If you’re ready for some hardcore classically inspired rock n’ roll, don’t miss this show.
12:30 am ∆ Pictures of Then will round out the night at Darwin’s Pub with their eclectic indie-rock. Pictures Of Then hasn’t been around for long but they’re already been featured on MTV’s The Real World and The Hills. They’re fun, optimistic, and straightforward—the perfect combination of yesterday’s influences and tomorrow superstars.
** We can’t announce these Special Guests just yet, but check back with us the day of show and I promise you won’t be disappointed. They’re secret because they’re just that awesome! ∆ This artist is performing more than once throughout the festival. For the full schedule visit RedGorillaMusic or MiscPause.com.
It’s March people. The third month of this glorious year is finally upon us, and it can mean only one thing—RedGorilla Music Festival is just around the corner! This year’s festival is sure to please with bands like Liam & Me, AutoVaughn, Odis, JES, Fools & Horses, Oh No, Not Stereo, By All Means Necessary, […]
It’s March people. The third month of this glorious year is finally upon us, and it can mean only one thing—RedGorilla Music Festival is just around the corner! This year’s festival is sure to please with bands like Liam & Me, AutoVaughn, Odis, JES, Fools & Horses, Oh No, Not Stereo, By All Means Necessary, Dremnt the End, Danger is My Middle Name, The Hollywood Kills, USS, Divide the Day and many more top secret guests we can’t announce just yet.
For those of you who are new to the RedGorilla experience, the first show of each day will begin around noon, at each of our designated RedGorilla venues along 6th St. and doesn’t stop until the last sweet riff echoes off into the night—or should I say morning—air. Each day is jam packed with bands from all over the country playing their hearts out for nothing more than their love of music.
Because RedGorilla is dedicated to promoting music of all genres, via various forms of promotion, the possibilities are endless at this year’s festival. Everything from pop, to indie rock, to reggae and hip/hop can be heard at RedGorilla showcases up and down 6th St.. Company day parties, RedGorilla sponsored events, and individual label showcases are all part of the RedGorilla experience, bringing together fans, bands, and industry professionals for the sole purpose of celebrating independent music in America.
As part of this year’s festival, RedGorilla will be keeping everyone posted on the days’ events with daily blogs on both http://www.redgorillamusic.wordpress.com and http://www.miscpause.wordpress.com. Make sure to check in with us each day to get the latest news and information surrounding the festival. We’ll be announcing special guests, backstage secrets and more, so check back often because you never know what we’ll be talking about.
As always, the best part of the entire week is that all venues at RedGorilla Music Fest are free of a cover charge, and no tickets, wristbands, or badges are required to see any RedGorilla showcase! So, make sure to wear your walking shoes, leave those wallets at home, and join us down on 6th St. for the sickest free music fest ever to hit Austin, TX. See you on 6th Street music lovers!
For the full schedule of 400+ artists, please visit http://www.redgorillamusic.com/schedule.html
RedGorilla Music Festival is in no way associated with South By Southwest or SXSW Inc.