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SPRING FED RECORDS ALBUM RELEASE FEATURING BELEN ESCOBEDO AND FELIPE PÉREZ
Texas Folklife’s House Concert Series: Roots Music in an Intimate Setting
Austin, Texas – –Texas Folklife will host a special Spring Fed Records double album release party featuring San Antonio artists Belen Escobedo y Panfilo’s Güera and Felipe Pérez y Sus Polkeros on , from as part of its popular House Concert series.
Texas Folklife’s House Concert series is an intimate experience. The event is free for members (members contact Texas Folklife for access code) and $10 for non-members. A limited number of tickets are available at:
To become a member or renew your membership, go to: http://texasfolklife.org/info/membership. Proceeds will benefit the artists and Texas Folklife’s statewide public programs. Beer and wine will be available for a donation.
Parking is available in Texas Folklife's gravel driveway, on the street immediately in front of the building, and Asterra Properties (located next door). Overflow parking is available at Recycled Reads (5335 Burnet Rd). Please use spaces in the back or on the south side of the Recycled Reads building.
“Please join us for this very special event,” said Texas Folklife Executive Director Charlie Lockwood. “Belen Escobedo and Felipe Pérez are master musicians. This is a wonderful opportunity to hear the very best in conjunto and South Texas Tejano fiddle music, and to purchase these new albums and support the work of the artists and our friends at Spring Fed Records.”
This event is made possible in part by the board and members of Texas Folklife, and by grants from the Texas Commission on the Arts with an award from the National Endowment for the Arts, which believes that a great nation deserves great art, and the Cultural Arts Division of the City of Austin Economic Development Department. Additional support provided by The Festival of Texas Fiddling, Spring Fed Records and the Center for Popular Music at Middle Tennessee State University.
Texas Folklife is a statewide non-profit organization dedicated to presenting and preserving the diverse cultures and living heritage of the Lone Star State. Since 1984, Texas Folklife has honored the cultural traditions passed down within communities, explored their importance in contemporary society, and celebrated them by providing accessible and joyful arts experiences.
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