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Event Details

Dec
13-24

Armadillo Christmas Bazaar

11:00 AM to 10:00 PM
Palmer Events Center
900 Barton Springs Road
Categories
Art/Culture, Shop, Holiday
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The Armadillo Christmas Bazaar celebrates 43 seasons of treating Texans and tourists to a festive, holiday shopping experience for art and live music lovers. This iconic cultural event features 37 music acts in a variety of genres and 175+ contemporary touring artists, award winners and local favorites.

With roots in Austin’s legendary Armadillo World Headquarters, the Armadillo Christmas Bazaar is one of Austin’s longest running art and music festivals, while still holding the vibrant community-driven vibe. From its humble beginnings in divey music halls to its current 40,000 square feet of pop-up galleries, gift shops, and an intimate stage you can see and hear all over the show – that Armadillo magic continues to reach long-time fans and newcomers alike. With two full bars and delicious local food, the Armadillo Bazaar is an Austin experience like no other.

The 2018 music lineup includes Greyhounds, Kalu & The Electric Joint, Dale Watson, Gina Chavez, Jackie Venson, Shinyribs, Eliza Gilkyson, John Fullbright, Ed Jurdi & Gordy Quist from The Band of Heathens, Tomar and the FCs, Peterson Brothers, The Eggmen, Beat Root Revival, Warren Hood, Shane Smith and the Saints, Emily Gimble, Wood & Wire, Ray Wylie Hubbard, Suzanna Choffel, The Watters, Gary P. Nunn, Harvest Thieves, Mobley, Nakia and the Blues Grifters, Mélat, Charlie Mars, Jesse Dayton, Shelley King, Carolyn Wonderland, Marcia Ball’s Pianorama, Redd Volkaert Band, Lou Ann Barton, Blazing Bows, CJ Chenier and the Red Hot Louisiana Band, Albert and Gage, Durawa, and Bill Kirchen.