Everything we saw as The Toadies and Rev. Horton Heat blew the roof off of San Antonio's Aztec Theatre

Two of Texas' top exports of the '90s alt-rock era — The Toadies and Rev. Horton Heat — stopped by San Antonio's…

By San Antonio Current Staff

Everything we saw as The Toadies and Rev. Horton Heat blew the roof off of San Antonio's Aztec Theatre
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17 Texas Music Venues Worth the Drive

San Antonio loves going to shows, there's no secret about that. From rock and country to metal and more, we love hitting…

By San Antonio Current Staff

Broken Spoke
3201 S Lamar Blvd, Austin, (512) 442-6189, brokenspokeaustintx.net
Since 1964, the Broken Spoke has been a hot spot for live music and boot scootin’. The spirited Austin joint is also regarded for its beer and chicken fried steak. This dance hall is all about serving customers in every way possible, as it lets folks get their groove on, offers dancing lessons and, of course, a steady lineup of live music.
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20 Texas Music Festivals Every San Antonian Should Attend At Least Once

Music festivals give us life. From good tunes to meeting new friends, and extra activities that make fests stand apart from one…

By San Antonio Current Staff

Euphoria Music & Camping Festival
Usually in May, 8500 Hergotz Lane, Austin, euphoriafest.com
With camping and music filling the weekend, Euphoria is one of those happenings that makes for memories that will last a lifetime. The annual offering lets you kick off the summer with a four-day weekend of all the electronic music you could ever want in your life. Don’t worry, there’s also acts in other genres, like hip-hop, indie and jam band. Whether you plan to make friends there or make it a vacay with the crew, this badass fest should definitely be on your shortlist.
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