Austin is famous for its live bands, concerts, and events, and takes its reputation as being the Live Music Capital of the World very seriously, especially during summer. Its reputation for being a music capital is not only manifested through the events, but also through the talents it hasJanis Joplin Austin music legend bred. Austin is home to music legends such as Janis, Steve and Pat Green, and Buddy.

If you`re a first-time visitor to Austin, you might get surprised and lucky to find yourself getting entertained with live music on the streets, bus/train terminals, or even grocery stores.  The fact is, music and live events are the way of life in Austin.
What`s more? There`s always something for music lovers in Austin. So, whether you`re a techno or Tejano lover and anything in between, Austin has something for everyone.
So what makes Texas the perfect place for those who love live concerts?
Famous Venues
Yes, unlike other music hubs in the US, Austin Texas is home to several breathtaking and modern music arenas. Aside from the arenas, the city has plenty of music-friendly amphitheaters, outdoor spaces, parks and multi-purpose basketball arenas that are suitable for holding music concerts (you can find out about all the upcoming concerts in Austin at
Austin360 amphitheater outdoor venueAlso, the entire Austin landscape is tailored for music performances. Everywhere you go in Austin you are sure to hear the buzzing of amplifiers, soulful voices singing in unison, and boots thumping, whether it`s in the local bar, restaurants or public places.
Some of the famous music venues in Austin include;
– Stubb’s Bar-B-Q
– Long center
Austin 360 amphitheater
– Auditorium Shores at Lady Bird Lake
– Austin City Limits Live
Music Museums
Austin has a rich history in music. The music history dates to the late 1960s and 1970s when country music was made popular by legends such as Willie Nelson.  Also, Vulcan Gas Company, a local pub, which was later renamed as Armadillo World Headquarters was instrumental in shaping the music history of Austin since it`s where the first Austin music scene was launched.
Aside from Willie Nelson, other notable figures who were fundamental in shaping the current Austin music scene include Stevie Ray Vaughn and Janis Joplin.
Austin has done a great job of remembering and celebrating these music idols by creating music museums with their statues. Aside from the music honoring the music heroes, the music museums also play host to some of the legendary disk tracks such as the great eight-track tape.
Launching Pad
 Austin musical progression from the late 1960s up to date is astonishing. The region gained a reputation as a place where new artists, musicians, and music bands could successfully launch their careers in front of a receptive audience. This scenario still unfolds and still rings true even now in the modern age; many artists, still prefer to launch their careers and music in Austin, so it`s not a surprise that the city is filled with live concert events.
Music Festivals
 Austin is famous for hosting the largest number of events in the world. In any time of the year, you`ll never miss having a music event or live band performing in Austin. Some of the popular events include the SXSW and ACL music festivals.
The musical heritage of Austin is not hard to see. The region has progressively transformed over the years but still clings to its old history.  So, the next time you’re in Austin, make sure you do yourself a favor and check out one of the many great concerts Austin has to offer.
Zero Nose Bleeds – Austin Concerts
2020 South Congress Ave, #2104
Austin, TX 78704
(512) 402-2804