We’ve got three events for you to come to this Saturday! Austin’s favorite undead band will be rising from the grave to start the day at the grand opening party for the new Wheatsville Coop location on South Lamar! We’ll be playing our spooky tunes starting at 2:15, so head on down and join the party.
Our second stop on the whirlwind tour is going to take place at the Dia De Los Muertos Festival taking place at Festival Gardens in east Austin. The Dead Music Capital Band takes over the “Kid’s Zone” at 3:30, so bring the kiddos for a dancing good time!
Our day will come to an end at the Art Outside festival on Saturday night. The festival takes place at Apache Pass, so here’s a chance to see the (f)undead outside of their home town of Austin.
Wheatsville Grand Opening Info
Dia De Los Muertos Festival Info
Art Outside Info
The wait is over, the return is here, and the time is near! Come out to The Jackalope this Sunday to watch the premiere for season 4 of AMC’s The Walking Dead.
7 PM – The last episode of season 3
8 PM – Season premiere of Season 4
Come early and catch up on any missed episodes on the patio – a marathon of past episodes will be going on all day. Stay for the premiere of the show, then watch the playing (and singing) (f)undead!
Ladies and gentlemen, children of all ages! Your attention please! The circus is coming to town, and they’ve invited Austin’s own (f)undead marching band to come out and play!
Tonight, the Dead Music Capital Band will kick off the sidedish sideshow after party just following the dinner portion of the Bread & Circus Supper Club’s 2nd anniversary party. Come on out for some great circus fun!
The (f)undead rise again this weekend to crash a wedding party at the famous Hole in the Wall this Saturday at 11:30.
$5 gets ya in for some quality time with the Dead Music Capital Band!
Hole in the Wall
Dead Music Capital Band Puts a Bounce in Your Bones
Austin’s Dead Music Capital Band may appear dead and disfigured, but their music makes you want to dig yourself out of the ground and move it around a little.
Much thanks to Shane Shelton who caught up with DMCB to find out more about the band, the music, and how “honk” festivals bring a breath of life to their scene.
DMC Band EP Release // DD Dagger Video Release Party
Dead Music Capital Band is releasing their first EP.
DD Dagger is celebrating a video release for their song Finger off the Trigger, feat. the La Pistolle Dancers.
So yeah, it’s a PARTY. * Doors at 9pm * $7 Cover *
Catastica will play in between!!! They are amazing.
HONK! Fest West 2013, Seattle’s free festival celebrating street band culture with fanfare performances, will be taking the streets and parks by horn, drum, and HONK!er on June 20th, 21st, 22nd, and 23rd.
The Dead shall Rise on Thursday, June 20th. It’s REVENGE OF THE BAND NERDS II – a benefit for Honk Fest West and OFFICIAL PRE-PARTY for Fremont Fair… get your tickets, cause the parking lot WILL fill up w/ Environmental Encroachment, Church Marching Band, Passion Bucket, Mighty Tiny, and Chaotic Noise Marching Corps!
On Friday, June 21st, HONK! Fest West returns to the corner of Vale and Airport Way in Georgetown from 6 p.m. – 10 p.m. Music continues until midnight inside The Mix (21+).
Saturday, June 22nd, HONK! Fest West is excited to partner with the Fremont Arts Council and the Solstice Parade! We are pleased to be a part of Solstice Parade’s 25th year in the streets of Fremont, before traveling on to Gas Works Park for an afternoon of musical revelry amidst and astride one of the best views of the city and Sound from 3 – 8 p.m.
Sunday, June 23rd, HONK! Presents a revue of all our HONK! Bands at the Seattle Art Museum from 12-3pm! This event is free and open to the public. Then follow us down to the Columbia City Theatre at 7pm for a wrap party and jam session with anybody left standing.
Mark your calendars now. We want to see you shambling with us in the streets.
We’re dead set on supporting the arts, so the Dead Music Capital Band is thrilled to play during Jennifer Chenoweth’s art opening on Tuesday, taking place at the Dougherty Art Center. Sacred Spaces explores the movement of the human body through architectural sculpture and gestural mark-making.
Live music, comedy, burlesque, contortion artists, and carnie games!
Your favorite (f)undead marching band will once again be rising from their graves to play the tunes that will rattle your bones… so come on out to the Wonder Space Carnival at Spiderhouse. Dead Music Capital Band goes on at 3pm, but get there early to hear other great music as well!
Your favorite (f)undead band is in a parade mood yet again. We will be shambling along with Austin’s LGBTQIA community in the annual Queerbomb Parade, this Saturday night! Come on and all to celebrate diversity, and catch some of your favorite Dead Music Capital Band hits!