Located just 20 minutes from the Caliterra Community in Dripping Springs is Nutty Brown Amphitheatre. It’s an all-star music venue with an intriguing history where you can catch your favorite artists.
About Nutty Brown Amphitheatre
The venue started out in the 1950s as Nutty Brown Mills. It was a specialty flour and candy store on the corner of West Highway 290. Many things have popped up in that corner including a Western clothing store, barbershop, and car dealership. At one point, it almost added a zoo.
In July 2000, it become a music venue with a mission of welcoming people with a passion for outstanding live music. Known as a Texas original with live music and good times under the shade of giant oaks, their neon cowboy beckons you to come on by.
The venue has seating and VIP tables are available. VIPs have their own server and access to a VIP menu. Walk-up food service is available for general admission and floor seating/pit ticket holders. Nutty Brown offers a full bar serving beer, wine, and alcohol. Minors are welcome, but they may be charged extra.
Safety is a priority. Live shows are socially-distanced and have limited capacity. Check the website for current safety guidelines.
What’s Coming up at Nutty Brown?
This weekend will be hopping at Nutty Brown! Tomorrow, Hayes Carll will take the stage and Randy Rogers Band will be there on Saturday! Both are open to all ages. Singer-songwriter Hayes Carll is a native of the Woodlands, Texas. He’s known for his sarcastic humor and plainspoken poetry.
Many locals know about Randy Rogers Band as the country music band hails from San Marcos. The band recorded its debut album in San Marcos’s Cheatham Street Warehouse. They’re truly at Texas original like Nutty Brown.
Next weekend will feature Eli Young Band, an American country music band consisting of members who met at the University of North Texas in Denton. On Memorial Day weekend, you’ll have two opportunities to catch Shinyribs, which has an early and late show. This band from Austin mixes a bit of American country-soul with swamp-funk. You can’t go wrong with any of these choices.
For the latest news and photos, visit Nutty Brown Amphitheatre Facebook page.
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