2016 Sound on Sound Festival

The first annual Sound on Sound Festival will take place on November 4-6 at Sherwood Forest Faire just east of Austin in McDade, Texas. After 10 years of running Fun Fun Fun Fest and Transmission Entertainment the crew behind the scenes parted ways with Transmission a few weeks ago to start Margin Walker Presents and Sound on Sound. The festival shares the same aesthetic and DIY that FFF started with mixed with the playfulness of being held at a medieval themed park. Beach House will headline along with Explosions in the Sky and Phantogram. We can't help but notice that frequent collaborators (Big Grams - Big Boi and Phantogram and Killer Mike- Run The Jewels) will all be in attendance so we can hope for some crossover. It also boasts a ton of up and coming acts like Car Seat Headrest, Empress of, Thundercat and Hinds as well as some great local acts including Orthy, Boyfriendz, Night Drive, Magna Carda, American Sharks and more.

Three-day GA tickets are on sale now at www.soundonsoundfest.com for $169 plus tax and shipping. Additionally, three-day Treat Thy Self passes are also available for purchase for $445 plus tax and shipping, which entitles ticket-buyers to the utmost festival-going experience at Sound on Sound Fest. Treat Thy Self perks include preferred viewing areas, expedited entry, exclusive food and drink offerings and happy hours, dedicated lounges and restroom facilities, and additional amenities that will be announced later this summer. 

 Sound on Sound Fest will also offer on-site camping for all ticket-buyers for just $115 plus tax and shipping. This ticket is a standalone pass allowing access only to the camping grounds, and it does not grant access to the festival performance grounds. Additional GA and Treat Thy Self  camping upgrades are available upon checkout online at www.soundonsoundfest.com. Single-day tickets, as well as parking passes, will also be available for purchase in the coming months.

Do512 and Alamo Drafthouse present Sound and Cinema


July 06Indiana Jones & The Temple of Doom featuring The Echocentrics

July 20: Master Pancake: Footloose featuring The Urban Achievers Brass Band

Aug 10: Quote-Along® Labyrinth featuring Sweet Spirit

Aug 17Tommy Boy featuring Matthew Logan Vasquez (of Delta Spirit)

The food trucks will open at 6pm each night, with the sunset concerts beginning around 7:30pm. The movies will begin shortly after dark (around 8:30pm).

Guests are welcome to bring blankets, folding chairs, and non-alcoholic beverages. Pets and outside alcoholic beverages are not allowed. Parking is available in the Long Center garage, and there will also be extra bike racks at the Long Center for each event.

Sound & Cinema 2016 is made possible by support from the Texas Lottery®, Brown Distributing Co., Aquasana, GetMe, The Long Center, Do512 Family, Karbach Brewing Co., Austin Eastciders, and Uncle Billy’s Brewing.

My Morning Jacket - "It Still Moves" Reissue + ACL Taping on May 2nd

My Morning Jacket are set to reissue a deluxe version of their 2003 album "It Still Moves" on May 27th. Singer Jim James had always felt that the the release was unfinished due to the bands aggressive touring schedule and took the opportunity to remix and remaster the album earlier this year. The band has released a teaser trailer for the album and are kicking off a tour starting today. The band will be in Austin on May 2nd for a performance on Austin City Limits and there is still an opportunity to win tickets to the taping. Enter [HERE] for a chance to attend.

My Morning Jacket Tour Dates

4/27 – Oklahoma City, OK at Criterion Music Hall
4/28 – Houston, TX at Revention
4/29 – New Orleans, LA at Jazz Fest
5/2 - Austin, TX at Austin City Limits [Win Tickets]
5/12 – Louisville, KY at Iroquois Amphitheater
5/13 – Louisville, KY at Iroquois Amphitheater
5/13-15 – Atlanta, GA at Shaky Knees
5/26 – Indianapolis, IN at Farm Bureau Lawn, White River State Park
5/28 – Morrison, CO at Red Rocks Amphitheater
5/29 – Morrison, CO at Red Rocks Amphitheater
8/25-28 – Arrington, VA at Lock’n Festival