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Free Concert in Austin: Cowboy and Indian with Ryan Harkride and the Nightowls – April 7

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The City of Austin’s Music Division and Parks Department bring you Music in the Parks, a year-long concert series that features free, live and diverse concerts set in various parks throughout Austin. Expanding on the success of Live from the Plaza, this is an incredible opportunity for our musicians to gain exposure to new audiences and for community bonds to be strengthened.    Performances are free and appropriate for the whole family. All are cowboy-and-indianwelcome and invited to attend.

On April 7 at 4:30 pm, Cowboy and Indian will be playing a free show with Ryan Harkride and the Nightowls from 1-5 p.m. at the 23rd St. Raniassance Market, Guadalupe Street at W. 23rd. This show is part of the Music in the Park series, which just sounds like a perfect start for your Saturday.  Cowboy and Indian is made up of Daniel James (formerly of Leopold and His Fiction), Jazz Mills and former Friday Night Lights cast member Jesse Plemons.

Austin’s 23rd Street Artists’ Market features a wide variety of handcrafted items for sale by local artisans, including jewelry, original art, apparel, candles, leather goods and whimsical items. Listed in the New York Times as a “Place to Visit in Austin” and on as the “Best Offbeat Find of 2001,” the market offers a truly unique shopping experience where you’ll find one-of-a-kind handmade items. The market is nestled in the heart of the University of Texas community and within walking distance of many of Austin’s most renowned attractions, including the U.T. Tower, the Harry Ransom Center, the LBJ Library, and the Bob Bullock Texas State History Museum.



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