Bayonne to play the Parish, plus more Austin music picks for late June
Yes, the triple digit temps are here, but don’t let that stop you from catching the many great local shows taking place in the back half of June. Be sure to hydrate before you head out!
Lola Tried at Chess Club – Thursday, June 22
Indie rock vets Lola Tried are ready to put out “Don’t Care At All,” their second single of 2023, and they’ll be celebrating its arrival with a show at Chess Club this Thursday, June 22. Billy King & The Bad Bad Bad and Dad’s Home are also on the bill. This one has a $10 cover.
Otis Wilkins at the Far Out Lounge – Friday, June 23
Fresh off the release of a new track called “Gotta Lotta Heart,” the versatile Otis Wilkins (Taylor Wilkins of Otis The Destroyer) will take the stage at the Far Out Lounge this Friday, June 23. Show up early to catch sets from Matt Tedder and Polarizado. Tickets for the show are $10.
Sonik Frootz at Antone’s – June 23 and 30
If you haven’t yet hit up a Sonik Frootz gig, there’s still two to go this month at Antone’s on June 23 and June 30. The shows, which are put on by the Black Live Music Fund, will feature Riders Against The Storm at both shows, plus the likes of Goldie Pipes, Latasha Lee, Sketch.Band, The Past Lives, and more. Tickets are $20 for each show.
Pride In Local Music – Saturday, June 24
Get yourself to 200 West 4th Street this Saturday, June 24, for the 4th Annual Pride in Local Music. The block party has a stacked lineup that includes Gina Chavez, Primo The Alien, Promqueen, Butch County, Glass Mansions, Heyonce, Julie Nolen, Female Gallery, and Brand New Key. There’s a $10 suggested donation, or you can spring for a $100 VIP ticket.
Night Cap at the Scoot Inn – Saturday, June 24
Night Cap just dropped a new single, “Glimpse,” and now they’re going to put on what they’re calling their “biggest show ever” at the Scoot Inn this Saturday, June 24. The alt rock band will be joined by Jude Parrish and Sneaky Peaches and The Fuzz. Tickets are $20.
Bayonne at the Parish – Wednesday, June 28
The electronic-leaning Bayonne released his long-awaited new album, Temporary Time, a few weeks ago, and the next best chance to hear some of it live will be at the Parish on Wednesday, June 28. Mmeadows will serve as support for the evening. Tickets for the show are $18.