Wednesday, May 15, 2019

Neon Indian, Empress Of, Bidi Bidi Banda and More Coming to San Antonio for ¡Eso Es!

Posted By on Wed, May 15, 2019 at 5:26 PM

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Concert promoter Margin Walker Presents has announced a new four-city Texas tour called ¡Eso Es! (Spanish for “That’s It!”), booked for Labor Day weekend.

The lineup includes chillwave tio Neon Indian, singer-songwriter Empress Of, rap outfit La Goony Chonga, Selena tribute Bidi Bidi Banda and Dallas indie-rockers Luna Luna.

The multi-city event begins in Houston at White Oak Music Hall on August 29, before heading to Dallas' Canton Hall on August 30 and Austin's Mohawk on August 31. It concludes in San Antonio at Paper Tiger on Sunday, September 1.

As an added perk, each show will include DJs from that city in its lineup. The San Antonio show will feature XANAXFANCLUB and LZRCAT, while Houston has Bombón DJs, Dallas has Faded DeeJays and Austin has Peligrósa DJs.



Tickets for the events are on sale now for $29.50 for GA and will be $35 day-of-show. Tickets are available on marginwalkerpresents.com.
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