Please bring your own lawn chairs/blankets.
Although this is an outdoor event, please leave pets at home.
No outside containers allowed at Marcusen Park. Concessions will be available for sale inside the Park. There will not be re-entry into the event. You will need to purchase an additional tickets if you leave the Park during the concert.
Orginally from Austin, Martin has been playing in bands for more than 30 years, including Fallout, Gear Daddies, Neil!, and Martin Zellar and the Hardways. He has been described as a blue-collar, heartland-tied country-rock singer. He will be joined on the 24th by bassist and Austin-native Nick Ciola and Martin's son Wilson. His most recent album Roosters Crow was released on February 7, 2012, which features Nick Ciola, and the work of several talented Austin, Texas based musicians.
Cloud Cult is an experimental chamber rock band that hails for the Midwest. Their shows include the rock band along with violin, cello, trumpet, trombone and French horn. Two live painter create original artwork on stage during each performance, these paintings are auctioned off after the concert, and their violinist, Shannon Frid, is from Austin. They have will be releasing their newest album "Love" this month. Cloud Cult has participated in many of the US's leading festivals.
The feature length documentary "No One Said it Would Be Easy" about Cloud Cult will air on KSMQ on August 5 at 9pm, August 9 at 12pm, August 15 at 8pm, and August 20 at 9pm.