Mentioned it a while back, but just wanted to drop a quick reminder -- today marks the start of the two-day Texas Heat Music Festival downtown at Jones Plaza, a festival that really, truly, looks to be living up to its name, considering how it's hot as fuck outside right now.
The too-apt name notwithstanding, though, the organizers of the Texas Heat fest deserve big kudos for bringing some damn good folks to town & making the whole thing look pretty professional & big-time. The show's got a ton of excellent Houston bands & musicians -- Grandfather Child, The Mathletes, Springfield Riots, The Gold Sounds, etc. -- a bunch of cool DJs -- GRRRL Parts, Ceeplus, etc. -- and then some high-flying big names like The Rapture, People Under the Stairs, & RJD2. Don't let the heat turn you away; this shit's gonna be good.
Details: the show runs from noon today, Saturday, July 4th, through something like midnight on Sunday, July 5th. Tickets are $20 per day or $30 for both days; you can buy 'em here or here.
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