MUSIC ATTRACTIONS BARS RESTAURANTS MAGGIE MAE'S
CACTUS CAFE
In the 1800′s, especially during the so called “naughty nineties”, when Maggie and her contemporaries offered their services to seamen and others on Lime Street and in the public houses, which lined that famous thoroughfare, Maggie May, herself, was known to plie her trade in the American Bar. The American Bar exists on Lime Street in Liverpool today and is known as “McHale’s Irish and American Bar”. The Cactus Café is a live music venue and bar on the campus of The University of Texas at Austin. Located in Austin, Texas, a city frequently referred to as "the live music capital of the world," a number of well-known artists have played in the Cactus, and Billboard Magazine named it as one of fifteen "solidly respected, savvy clubs" in the United States, "from which careers can be cut, that work with proven names and new faces."
CONTINENTAL CLUB
HOLE IN THE WALL
Throughout Austin’s turbulent cultural storms, the Hole in the Wall has remained the Austin music scene’s go-to club for generations of beginner bands, established touring acts, and famous rock stars to throw back a few, have a laugh with the locals, and, as one of our most revered regulars, Doug Sahm, once said, “get down to the nitty gritty.” Rock, country, jazz & blues acts, national & local, are found at this legendary South Congress club. 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
MUSIC ATTRACTIONS BARS RESTAURANTS MAGGIE MAE'S
CACTUS CAFE
In the 1800′s, especially during the so called “naughty nineties”, when Maggie and her contemporaries offered their services to seamen and others on Lime Street and in the public houses, which lined that famous thoroughfare, Maggie May, herself, was known to plie her trade in the American Bar. The American Bar exists on Lime Street in Liverpool today and is known as “McHale’s Irish and American Bar”. The Cactus Café is a live music venue and bar on the campus of The University of Texas at Austin. Located in Austin, Texas, a city frequently referred to as "the live music capital of the world," a number of well-known artists have played in the Cactus, and Billboard Magazine named it as one of fifteen "solidly respected, savvy clubs" in the United States, "from which careers can be cut, that work with proven names and new faces."
CONTINENTAL CLUB
HOLE IN THE WALL
Throughout Austin’s turbulent cultural storms, the Hole in the Wall has remained the Austin music scene’s go-to club for generations of beginner bands, established touring acts, and famous rock stars to throw back a few, have a laugh with the locals, and, as one of our most revered regulars, Doug Sahm, once said, “get down to the nitty gritty.” Rock, country, jazz & blues acts, national & local, are found at this legendary South Congress club. 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
MUSIC ATTRACTIONS BARS RESTAURANTS MAGGIE MAE'S
CACTUS CAFE
In the 1800′s, especially during the so called “naughty nineties”, when Maggie and her contemporaries offered their services to seamen and others on Lime Street and in the public houses, which lined that famous thoroughfare, Maggie May, herself, was known to plie her trade in the American Bar. The American Bar exists on Lime Street in Liverpool today and is known as “McHale’s Irish and American Bar”. The Cactus Café is a live music venue and bar on the campus of The University of Texas at Austin. Located in Austin, Texas, a city frequently referred to as "the live music capital of the world," a number of well-known artists have played in the Cactus, and Billboard Magazine named it as one of fifteen "solidly respected, savvy clubs" in the United States, "from which careers can be cut, that work with proven names and new faces."
CONTINENTAL CLUB
HOLE IN THE WALL
Throughout Austin’s turbulent cultural storms, the Hole in the Wall has remained the Austin music scene’s go-to club for generations of beginner bands, established touring acts, and famous rock stars to throw back a few, have a laugh with the locals, and, as one of our most revered regulars, Doug Sahm, once said, “get down to the nitty gritty.” Rock, country, jazz & blues acts, national & local, are found at this legendary South Congress club. 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