On Saturday, September 24, at 7 pm, Texas Music Cafe hosts blues band Steve Howell and The Mighty Men for the inaugural performance at its new location at 715 Washington Avenue in downtown Waco.
In 2019, the initial pilot project that’s become Chalk Waco was the brainchild of MC Art Supplies, the Central Texas Artist Collective, Cultivate 7twelve, and…
The Waco Early Jazz Quartet (WEJQ) is Simon Burris (trumpet), Alex Thiltges (guitar), Bob Kane (bass), and Theresa Kennedy (vocals). The group has played together…
Larissa Boyd is a young up-and-coming country artist, who has released original songs such as “Any Other Guy.”
The 2021 Waco Cultural Arts Fest (WCAF) runs from October 15 – 17 in Indian Spring Park along the Brazos River.
POSTPONED DUE TO WEATHER; RESCHEDULED DATE COMING SOON. Grammy-winning Ozomatli will be playing at The Pavilion at the Carleen Bright Arboretum in Woodway to kick off the 2023 Waco Family & Faith International Film Festival. Seating is limited, so get your tickets now. Doors open at 5:30 pm; concert is from 7 pm to 9...
Join Mack Abernathy and friends on the first Wednesday of each month for live acoustic music, great food, margaritas, and crazy good times. If you've never been to the 1st Wednesday Fiasco, you don't know what you are missing!
Baylor School of Music Lecturer in Piano Michael Clark presents a recital featuring solo piano works by Florence Price at Roxy Grove Hall in Waco Hall. The first Black woman to have a symphony performed by a major US orchestra, Price is finally being recognized as one of America's great composers. Clark will perform works...
Ms Gold with DollfaceBaby & Lakrea
Come enjoy a golden night at the Private Hip Hop HQ with Ms Gold, who's on her rise to stardom and is most known for her energetic flow and life-of-the-party vibes. Plus, special performances by Waco's own DollfaceBaby, Lakrea, and more to be announced.
Joel Wood Band
The Joel Wood Band makes its debut at historic Elk Hall this Saturday, so come out for a fun night of music and dancing. Doors, bar, and kitchen will open at 7 pm, the band plays from 8:30 pm to 12:30 am. (Elk Hall is a cash-only establishment—no cards accepted.)
The first Saturday of each month brings another free concert by Native American flute players across Texas to Art Center Waco. (Plus, before the concert is a gathering of those interested in playing Native flutes or percussion from noon to 12:50 pm.)
Creative Waco wants to hear from you, Waco! You're invited to join a community conversation about the Levitt AMP Waco Music Series and its impact on the community, share your feedback and find out the many ways you can get involved this year. If you have questions, Creative Waco has answers! Waco is a 2023–2025...