Austin City Limits invites you to Bloody Mary Morning 2017

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Join Austin City Limits and KLRU-TV, Austin PBS at the 6th Annual Bloody Mary Morning during SXSW on Thursday, March 16 from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m in the  GSDM courtyard.

This year’s lineup is our biggest yet and in keeping with Austin City Limits tradition of bringing audiences “Great Music. No Limits,” includes some of music’s most buzzed about artists from across the globe and stateside: blues revivalist duo Little Hurricane, Canadian country standout Colter Wall, U.K. rockers Sundara Karma, Third Man recording artist Lillie Mae, Minneapolis breakout rapper/singer Lizzo, Australian indie-folk up-and-comer Slow Dancer and veteran indie music outliers R. Stevie Moore & Jason Falkner.

Even better, you can listen to music while enjoying free (while supplies last!) Bloody Marys from Tito’s Vodka, beer from Shiner Beer and breakfast tacos from Tacodeli. Bloody Mary Morning is brought to you by our friends The Guild, NetApp and YETI. So make it a Bloody Mary Morning like Willie would want you to!

You don’t need to be a SXSW badgeholder to attend – Bloody Mary Morning is free and open to the public. You can RSVP here. Please join us!

ACL announces Bloody Mary Morning at SXSW 2016

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Austin City Limits is happy to announce the fifth edition of Bloody Mary Morning, our annual feel-good, barn-burner of a party during South By Southwest. On Thursday, March 17, starting at 10 a.m., enjoy performances by Eleanor Friedberger, Joseph, Margaret Glaspy, Eliot Sumner, The Heavy, Thao & the Get Down Stay Down and Caveman. Even better, you can listen to music while enjoying free (while supplies last!) Bloody Marys from Tito’s Vodka and breakfast tacos from Tacodeli. This year’s Bloody Mary Morning takes place at GSD&M and is brought to you by our friends People Pattern, ATX Seed Ventures, Rambler On, Shiner, New Musical Express and, of course, KLRU-TV, Austin PBS.

You don’t need to be a SXSW badgeholder to attend – Bloody Mary Morning is free and open to the public. You can RSVP here.