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Thursday, April 5th

 

The Round Up Kickoff BBQ

Start your weekend off right at The Round Up Kickoff  BBQ sponsored by the Meatheads, Thunderbolts and Kontinentals car clubs - held from Noon to 4pm at Old Beyersville Hall, at FM 619 & CR 448 - Southeast of Taylor, Texas. Enjoy some great food, hospitality, and live music.

LATER THAT NIGHT:

The Continental Club (1315 South Congress Ave.)
10pm - Barfield the Tyrant
11:30pm - Southern Culture on the Skids

Top Notch Burgers (7525 Burnet Rd.) Ready Betty plays at 7pm Drive-In Movie to follow.


Friday, April 6th

The Round Up Garage Crawl 

Kicks off at Murpho's Rods and Customs (1131 South Loop 4. Buda, TX) there will be a driver's meeting around 7:45 am and we will depart at 8:00 am and cruise on to see lots of cool local garages and projects - then caravan over to Dell Children's Hospital to let the kids there have a look at the rides, before heading over to the Expo Center. Complete info is posted HERE - read for all the details! 

travis County Expo Center
Gates open 10am-6pm.

$15 general admission wristbands are on sale to the public, good for admission all weekend - kids under 12 are FREE

The car show kicks off at the Expo Center!  Pre-registered attendees can pickup their registration packets all day at the front gate. Round Up swap meet begins and vending areas are open.

music Onstage Friday

 

11am
Girl group garage rock The BlueBonnets

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12:45pm
Homegrown Austin country from Americana music veterans Dave Gonzales and Susanna Van Tassel

 

2:30pm
Honky Tonk dancefloor favorites The Derailers

 

4:30pm
Rip roaring bar rock and blues The Booze Weasels, featuring Davis McLarty, Jimmy Pettit, David Holt, and David Grissom of the Joe Ely Band.

Later That Night:

Top Notch Burgers (7525 Burnet Rd.) 7pm: Travis Green  8pm: Woot Talley and the Box. Drive-In Movie to follow.


Saturday, April 7th

Travis County Expo Center
Gates open 10am-6pm.

$15 general admission wristbands still on sale to the public - kids under 12 are FREE

The car show keeps rolling at the Expo Center!  Any pre-registered attendees who haven't picked up their registration, can pickup their packets at the entrance to the show parking. Round Up swap meet begins and vending areas are open. 

 

11am
Traditional Rockabilly stylings of High School Caesar

 

12:45pm
Blues, soul and funk with The Peterson Brothers

 

2:30pm
Honky Tonk hero and Ameripolitan country legend  Dale Watson and the Lone Stars

 

4pm
Presentation of Awards

4:30pm
Western swing and country boogie favorites Big Sandy and the FlyRite Boys

 

Later That Night:

Top Notch Burgers (7525 Burnet Rd.) 7pm: The Tailgators  8pm: The Phantom Shakers. Drive-In Movie to follow.


Sunday, April 8th

The show is over out at the Expo Center, but enjoy the day with

The Sunday Slow Ride to the  Oasis

Take a cruise starting at 10am at La Mancha Tex Mex Tavern (2203 Hancock Dr.) and making its way up a scenic hill country drive up to Oasis Texas Brewing Company (6612 Comanche Trail) enjoy lunch with a view high above Lake Travis that can’t be beat. 10am - 3pm. Plenty of free parking and great live music.

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Later that afternoon - Mercury Charlie's Hot Rods and Honeys Open House (9914 Hwy 290 West)  Admission is free - Live music by Honky at 4pm.