M. Ward, Nahko And Medicine For The People, Houndmouth, Nicole Atkins and More to Perform at 3rd Annual Brooklyn Bowl Family Reunion at SXSW

March 6, 2020
M. Ward, Nahko And Medicine For The People, Houndmouth, Nicole Atkins and More to Perform at 3rd Annual Brooklyn Bowl Family Reunion at SXSW


This year’s SXSW festival will be highlighted by the third annual Brooklyn Bowl Family Reunion, taking place from March 19-21 at The Historic Scoot Inn in Austin, Texas.

Featured talent at the event includes M. Ward, Delta Spirit, Nahko And Medicine For The People, Neal Francis (paying tribute to Leon Russell), Ezra Furman, Frances Quinlan, The Frights, Margaret Glaspy, Pokey LaFarge, Nicole Atkins, Houndmouth, David Wax Museum, Sarah Shook & The Disarmers, Brian Fallon, Lido Pimienta, Seratones, Palm Palm, Daniel Romano and Devon Gilfillian.

“We’re proud to announce that the Brooklyn Bowl Family Reunion is returning to SXSW this year,” says Brooklyn Bowl founder Peter Shapiro. “Moments like these are when we need live music most, and we can’t wait to bring good Bowl vibes to SXSW. This is why we do what we do.”

In addition to an enhanced sound system from LD Systems and incredible venue lighting from Robe Lighting. Additional Family Reunion partners include Left Hand Brewing, Angry Orchard Cider, and Special Effects (non-alcoholic beer) by Brooklyn Brewery.

The Relix Roadie Lounge will also return to the Brooklyn Bowl Family Reunion in 2020, giving back to the hardworking individuals behind the scenes like artists, stagehands, audio engineers, lighting directors, tour managers, instrument techs, and everyone else deemed a “Roadie.” Additional Roadie Lounge partners include Ernie Ball and Arnett.

The Brooklyn Bowl Family Reunion is free for all SXSW passholders.

To register and learn more information visit BrooklynBowlFamilyReunion.com.

Check out the official BBFR Facebook event here.

See the full lineup below:

Brooklyn Bowl Family Reunion at SXSW
M. Ward
Delta Spirit
Brian Fallon
Nahko And Medicine For The People
Houndmouth
Margaret Glaspy
Ezra Furman
The Frights
Pokey LaFarge
Frances Quinlan
The Band of Heathens
Nicole Atkins
David Wax Museum
Sudan Archives
Jackie Venson
Overcoats
Seratones
Lido Pimienta
Sarah Shook & The Disarmers
Devon Gilfillian
Daniel Romano
Neal Francis
Palm Palm
Cable Ties


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