Houston’s Rose Ette is returning to Galveston on August 1st at Old Quarter Acoustic Cafe with Outer Spaces.
July 1 - Two & 1/2 Years: A Musical Celebration Album Review at Galveston Arts Center
The story of the institution of slavery in Texas and the origins of the Juneteenth celebration are reexamined and retold musically and visually.
July 1 - Ruiners, EVAK, Kink Shame at VFW Post 880
Houston’s Ruiners returns to Galveston after the release of Plebeian. The local doom hop of EVAK, and punk / hardcore of Kink Shame open.
July 7 - Dollie Barnes, V. Echo at Old Quarter
Houston favorite Dollie Barnes returns to the Old Quarter after a West Coast tour and the release of the debut album, Caught in a Phase, February.
July 9 - iLLFADED, Guilla, Philippe Edison, Mother Harvey at SENPAI'S
Catch the pub crawl leading up to the event or just swing by SENPAI’S for the alleyway cookout, University of Houston Pop-Up Print Sale, and music.
July 11 - Carson McHone, Caleb Boles at Old Quarter
We don’t often do country, but when we do, Austin’s Carson McHone is pretty darn impressive. She’s toured with Gary Clark Jr. and Shakey Graves.
July 11 - Deltaphonic, Los Dientes at Old Quarter
Matt Mejia is back in town from tour with a brand new set and a new sound—all under the familiar name of Los Dientes. See what it’s all about.
July 28 - Julia Lucille, Adam Bricks, Catherine Stroud at Old Quarter
Read our interview with Austin’s Julia Lucille and see her with a full band along with Houston’s Adam Bricks and Galveston’s Catherine Stroud.
July 28 - The Ian Quiet Band, Bueno, Lost Boy at VFW Post 880
Grease Trap Syndicate hosts Louisiana’s Ian Quiet Band with guests Bueno and Lost Boy from New York City.
August 1 - Merel and Tony’s Mixtape w/ Two Star Symphony at the National Hotel Artist Lofts
Merel and Tony, the Woe Woe Woes, Black Kite, the Mustn’ts, Spencer Dobbs, and David Feil provide a continuous, mixtape-style experience.
August 1 - Outer Spaces, Rose Ette, EL LAGO at Old Quarter
Catch Outer Spaces (Baltimore, MD) in Galveston for the first time. Rose Ette will be returning from Houston, and locals EL LAGO will be opening.