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Over the past decade, music festivals across the U.S. have begun hosting “official aftershows” as a part of their weekend experience. Despite admission generally not being included with the purchase price of a weekend wristband, aftershows have become an essential part of the overall festival experience, drawing not...

Looking for something to do this Halloween? Well, look no further! This Halloween weekend, New Orleans’ City Park is playing host to Voodoo Music + Arts Experience, a three-day, immersive festival with musical performances ranging from Kendrick Lamar to LCD Soundsystem to The Killers. With Kendrick Lamar riding the...

Houston’s fall concert season is in full swing. Though the sun-soaked days of summer are slowly fading, Houston’s fall concert season shows no sign of slowing down, so to give you an idea of what’s in store, check out our recap of some of Houston’s best shows at the end of September.   Vérité Taking on a full-house in...

For music aficionados and casual listeners alike, Houston can satisfy nearly everyone’s musical desires. Whether it’s seeing a favorite artist, escaping the heat or just grabbing a drink with friends, Houston’s venues have you covered. In this issue, we welcome you to Houston by providing an inside look at one of the...

It’s no secret that Houston is in pain — flooded houses, ruined businesses, struggling families, closed schools, bruised bodies, broken hearts – you name it, we’ve got it. The devastation inflicted by Hurricane Harvey is widespread and long-lasting. But amidst this suffering is a glimmer of hope. Hope for the people...

Last weekend, students and young professionals alike descended upon San Marcos for what may be the ideal summer festival in Texas. With temperatures soaring in major cities like Houston, Austin and Dallas, the creators of Float Fest provided a much needed getaway to beat the heat. “The energy of the festival was...

The skies opened up in Houston this weekend and washed festival goers out of Eleanor Tinsley Park. About halfway through the Saturday performances and only a few shows deep on Sunday, attendees of Free Press Summer Fest were asked to evacuate the premises and take shelter due to severe weather. “For me, I ended the...

On any muggy night, Houston is brimming with music from the Revention Center, House of Blues, the warehouse-like Walter’s, or ever increasingly, in the nooks and crannies of abandoned taquerias, industrial studios and houses which serve as the DIY venues this city has gained a reputation for. As many of these venues...