Shows

Upcoming shows…

Date City Venue Country
04/04/09 - 04/05/09 Wayside Drive in Houston, TX Bohemeos US
  Time: 6:00pm.

Love Street Light Circus will hold its first Spring music festival on Saturday, April 4, and Sunday, April 5.  The event will take place at the covered outdoor stage at Bohemeos.   It will raise funds to help Love Street cover general operating costs, so that it can continue fulfilling its mission to benefit local children’s charities.

The performance lineup for the event is now in place:

Saturday, April 4

11:00 - Straitjacket
12:00 - The Hypocrites
 1:00 - The Bottom Four
 2:00 - Big Al Bettis and Dr. Rock Romano
 3:00 - Dr. Rick and the Burners
 4:00 - Carrie Ann and the Apocolyptics
 5:00 - Project Dopamine
 6:00 - Wayside Drive
 7:00 - Hidden Agenda
Sunday, April 5
 1:00 - Eric Hesson
 2:00 - Nightbird
 3:00 - Kozmic Pearl
 4:00 - The Hand Me Downs
 5:00 - Love Street Light Circus Band

For more information contact Patrick Waites at patrick@lovestreetlightcircus.org.

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Past shows…

Date City Venue Country
03/17/09 Wayside Drive in Austin, TX GRUV US
  Admission: FREE. We have had the honor playing at a Houston-centric event taking place during SXSW in Austin, TX. The event is going to be Tuesday March 17th and will feature loads of Houston musicians and film makers. We go on at 5 PM but if you’re able to make it you have to check out Western Civilization right before us at 4PM. Lots of great music until 2 AM and come even earlier to see some great films!

Full details here

This is the lineup:

12:30 - 1:00 Showcase of short films by Houston filmmakers featured on “The Territory“
  • “Coffee & Milk” by Mary Magsamen & Stephan Hillerbrand
  • “Below” by Laura Harrison
  • “Golden Silk Orb Weaver” and “Working Jewel” by David Guthrie
  • “Ard As-Sawad” by Tish Stringer
1:00 - 1:30 Houston Film Panel
  • Alfred Cervantes - Deputy Director of the Houston Film Commission (confirmed)
  • Michelle Mower - Program Coordinator, Southwest Alternate Media Project (confirmed)
  • Pablo Veliz - Filmmaker (waiting confirmation)
1:30 - 2:30 Screening of “Citizen Provocateur: Ray Hill’s Texas Prison Show” by Brian Huberman ( Houston-made documentary) HOUSTON INTERACTIVE : 2:30pm - 4:00pm Details on Houston Interactive line-up will be added as participants are confirmed. HOUSTON MUSIC : 2:30pm - 2:00am (Dave Wrangler will DJ during Interactive)
  • 2:30pm Dave Wrangler
  • 4:00pm Western Civilization
  • 5:00pm Wayside Drive
  • 6:00pm Ben Wesley
  • 7:00pm Espantapajaros
  • 8:00pm Golden Cities
  • 9:00pm Liquid Kitchen
  • 10:00pm Tha F—–g Transmissions
  • 11:00pm American Sharks
  • 12:00pm Something Fierce
  • 1:00am Fat Tony
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02/12/09 Wayside Drive in Houston, TX Twestival Houston at the Caroline Collective US
  Admission: FREE. Age restrictions: All Ages.

TWESTIVAL DETAILS:

* February 12, 2009 : 5:30pm - 10:00pm
* Caroline Collective : 4820 Caroline, Houston 77004 | http://carolinecollective.cc | @carolineco

OUTDOOR MUSIC LINEUP:

* 7pm Blue Funk - http://blue-funk.com | @bluefunkzone
* 8pm Snake Charmers - http://thesnakecharmers.net | @snakecharmers
* 9pm Wayside Drive - http://waysidedrive.com | @waysidedrive
* 10pm Red Eye Carl and the Pirates - http://cdbaby.com/cd/redeyecarl | @rcpirate
On February 12, 2009, over 105 cities around the world will host Twestivals, bringing together Twitter communities for an evening of fun to raise money and awareness for charity: water. Houston, the fourth largest city in the United States and home to a diverse population and vibrant digital community, will be one of the premiere cities for Twestival 2009.

HOUSTON’s GOAL: RAISE $4000 to BUILD A WELL!

You are welcome to join in the fun (yes, it will be!) and help out by registering below and becoming a Donor, Sponsor, Volunteer, or by donating for any of our Needs.

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For more information or to participate in Twestival Houston, please contact Grace Rodriguez via Twitter (gracerodriguez) or email (). Thanks!

•    PLEASE NOTE: 100% of the amount you enter for ‘Tickets - Donation‘ will go straight to charity: water!

Started in London in 2008, Twestival was born out of the idea that if cities were able to collaborate on an international scale, but work from a local level, it could have a spectacular impact. By rallying together globally, under short timescales, for a single goal on the same day, the Twestival hopes to raise awareness for a good cause and be a force for positive action.

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