Headliner @Veterans Park, 6-9pm

Jazz Daddies

The Jazz Daddies are a quartet from Austin, Texas featuring guitar, bass, saxophone and drums. They specialize in jazz, funk, and some original jazz tunes and are known for their upbeat, fun music.

Mel Fowler Building, 6-9pm

Dale & Waylon

Dale & Waylon are lifelong friends, at times roommates, extended family, and co-writers. Music was introduced to them at an early age from their fathers. Always focused on dynamics and harmony, Dale & Waylon provide an intimate show with songs that were "lived in" and "lived through". Two guitars, a mandolin, a harmonica, and a stray tambourine, provide the soundtrack to a Dale & Waylon show.

City Hall, 6-7:30pm

Jaden Farnsworth

Born and raised in East Texas, singer/songwriter Jaden Farnsworth discovered her love for the stage at the age of three. Jaden composed her first original song as a snaggle-toothed seven year old in her grandmother's kitchen. The singer/songwriter thrived at age thirteen when she picked up a guitar and began to pen several undeniably catchy tunes. Her original material is rooted in the contemporary Pop sounds of Colbie Caillat, Norah Jones, Dave Barnes, as well as in the Country style of Taylor Swift. Having been referred to as a beautiful blend of Caillat and Swift, this small-town beauty will surely captivate you with her unique voice and relatable lyrics.

City Hall, 7:30 – 9pm

Jacob Rangel

Jacob Rangel is a 28 year-old singer songwriter from Taylor, TX. He plays and writes soul, funk, rock and gospel, and plays a large variety of covers from country to pop hits. He has been featured on an international TV show called Tony Noras Open Mic TV and has been broadcasted on Kazi FM local Austin radio.

Heart of Liberty, 6-9pm

Boot Rock Boys

If a group with a name like ”The Boot Rock Boys” sounds as if it promises the best in music variety, you’re right! Whether it’s a country classic swing song, some hybrid country rock tune that is hooting and hollering its way up the charts, or just some good down home classic rock and roll, The Boot Rock Boys are undeniably hot. This rugged six-member band of musicians have a good time turning out music that is honest, and upfront, with a unique style and sound that’s all their own. Their trademark is a variety of harmony vocals, with a sax and mandolin twist. Top that with hot harmonica and guitar leads, split-second timing, and overall superb musicianship blending these outstanding talents and you have a unique single musical unit that creates music from the soil and the soul.

Children’s Imagination Garden, 6-6:30pm, 7-7:30pm, 8-8:30pm

School of Rock

School of Rock is the leader in performance-based music education. They teach guitar, bass, drums, keyboard and vocals, and our students put on amazing shows at local venues. Their programs, camps and workshops for toddlers, kids, teens and adults make learning to play music fun and create a great community of musicians.

Quick Service Garage, 6 – 9pm

Hill Country Grass Band

The Hill Country Grass is a newly formed band made of professional musicians who have played since their high school days. All the members have played in various bands and groups all over Texas. They play the popular songs of country and bluegrass they learned through the decades. All are now retired and get together to play music as often as possible. If you like the sound of the Hill Country Grass, come and listen to them and some of their friends, the second Saturday of every month at the old VFW building.