Rock the Park: Spring 2019

KUTX Shows

Rock the Park: Spring 2019

Posted by on Mar 17, 2019

Mueller and KUTX are excited to rock the amphitheater at Mueller Lake Park again this year with another round of free, family-friendly concerts curated by KUTX and our Sunday-evening kids’ show Spare the Rock, Spoil the Child.

Come a little early to grab your spot on the lawn (blankets are cool, but chairs aren’t) and grab your dinner from a food truck. We’ll have rock-and-roll face-painting for the kids by Faces By Juliet (no charge, but tips for the painters are welcomed.) We’ll also have coloring for the kids at the Mueller tent (where you can enter our #colorKUTX Instagram giveaway), additional activities from our sponsors, and cold beverages for the grown-ups.

We hope to see you at Rock the Park this year!


 

Rock the Park: Spring 2019 

Mar 1 (rain date Mar 22)

6:15 P.M. – Face painting opens
6:45 P.M. – Dr. Joe
7:30 P.M. – Shy Beast

Apr 5 (rain date Apr 12)

6:15 P.M. – Face painting opens
6:45 P.M. – DJ Jester the Filipino Fist
7:30 P.M. – White Denim

May 3 Rescheduled, due to weather! Please join us on Friday, May 17!

6:15 P.M. – Face painting opens
6:45 P.M. – Kat’s Pajamas
7:30 P.M. – Moving Panoramas

 


ADMISSION: Free! (We welcome tips for the face painters)

PARKING: Parking is $1/hour in the McBee Garage across from the Thinkery. Metered spaces are also available around the park.

RECOMMENDED: We try to keep the volume at a reasonable level, but we still recommend hearing protection for younger children.

OK TO BRING: Coolers, picnic blankets, and stadium cushions  (a.k.a., what we called “sit upons” at camp.)

NOT OK: Chairs, glass containers or alcohol are not permitted.

 

Rock the Park’s Spring 2019 season is brought to you by Texas Mutual Insurance Companywhich now calls the Mueller Neighborhood home, with over 600 employees at its new headquarters in the heart of Mueller.

… and by locally-owned and operated Magic Pest & Lawn

… with production support from provided by Rock N Roll Rentals and in-kind support from Thinkery Austin.