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The granddaddy of all local music venues. Find Rock, Country, Jazz & Blues here. "The legendary Continental Club opened its doors in 1955 and celebrates over 60 years as one the oldest continuously running clubs in all of Austin. It started out as a swanky supper club,  then became Austin's first burlesque club and later became a working man's blue collar bar on South Congress that opened every morning at 7am and eventually grew into one of the premier live music venues presenting bands like Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble, Paul Ray and the Cobras, Joe Ely, Bill Carter and the Blame and many more onstage back in the late 70's thru the early 80's."

1315 S Congress Ave, 78704
continentalclub.com  |  music calendar

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Late-night hot spot featuring live music, dancing, and cocktails. Check out the rooftop patio for great city views. Voted best Austin Happy Hour for 2016. 

610 Nueces St, 78701
rattleinnaustin.com  |  music calendar

"This award-winning listening room has helped launch the careers of several prominent entertainers. It is also known for booking some of the greatest music legends around, performing in an intimate atmosphere the Kris Kristofferson likened to 'playing in his own living room'."

1320 S Lamar Blvd, 78704
thesaxonpub.com  |  music calendar


Austin's Home of the Blues. Past playground for Stevie Ray Vaughan & other music legends still thriving after nearly 40 years.

305 E 5th St, 78701
antonesnightclub.com  |  music calendar

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An intimate music setting bringing some of the hottest musicians to Austin. Brought to you by Austin City Limits and Moody Theater upstairs. 

310 W Willie Nelson Blvd, 78701
3tenaustin.com  |  music calendar