Fans of adventurous music in the Austin, Texas area will be able to get a music fix along with coffee, alcohol, and a warm feeling from helping out a good cause. December 3 is the date for the Holiday Charity Rocktacular! at Kick Butt Coffee Music & Booze. The music includes The Aaron Clift Experiment and Mount Pressmore, who played this year's Voyager Fest, as well as other artists in the realm of progressive, psychedelic, and post-rock.
by Jon Davis, Published 2016-11-15
From the press release:
Holiday Charity Rocktacular!
Wonderbitch, Seven Circles, The Aaron Clift Experiment,
The Cuckoos, and Mount Pressmore
Saturday, December 3, 2016
Kick Butt Coffee Music & Booze
All proceeds benefit the Volunteer Healthcare Clinic
Facebook Event: Holiday Charity Rocktacular
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