Austin Music People director Jennifer Houlihan sees the “hyperlocal” United We Jam festival — which takes place Saturday and Sunday at clubs on Red River and the East Side — as an alternative festival option for Austin music fans who might not be able to afford some of the bigger events.
The event will feature Austin-based acts Seth Sherman, Pink Nasty, White Ghost Shivers, Gentleman Rogues, the Sour Notes, Oh No Oh My and more performing at clubs including Holy Mountain, Mohawk, the White Horse and Cheer Up Charlie’s. The covers vary, but music fans will be able to get into most shows for a suggested donation of $5. “We’d love for local musicians to get a little love, and for local fans to get a little love,” Houlihan says.
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