Nutty Brown Amphitheatre, a south Austin spot known for live music and good times under the shade of huge oaks, made the following announcement on their Facebook page:
After 20 years of live music in the Hill Country, we announce that Nutty Brown Amphitheatre will be closing on November 28th, 2021. For our final weekend, we will host a two-night Texas country music extravaganza with Pat Green, Kevin Fowler, and Jon Wolfe on the first night, Friday, November 26. The final show will be Randy Rogers Band, Stoney LaRue, and Roger Creager on Saturday, November 27. Over the past 20 years, Nutty Brown Amphitheatre has hosted thousands of acts including luminaries like Merle Haggard, Dwight Yoakam, Ice Cube, Hank Williams Jr., Dierks Bentley, Gary Clark Jr., and Blake Shelton.Our team is busy developing a venue in Round Rock, Texas at the former McNeil Park, with a planned 2022 opening. This brand new concept will have a larger capacity than our current location, with a calendar of shows across a wide variety of genres. Tickets for both of the final shows go on sale Friday, October 1st at 10am. To purchase tickets to the closing nights, or other Nutty Brown shows this fall, visit http://nuttybrown.com/.