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8318 Mcdermott Freeway, San Antonio, TX, US, 78230

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    Willie Barcena
    Laugh Out Loud Comedy ClubSeptember 20, 2014 8:00 PM
    618 Northwest Interstate 410 Loop, Suite 312
    San Antonio, TX 78216
    Willie Barcena returns to LOL this week!Willie is one of Jay Leno's favorite comedians, and he's made ten appearances on the Tonight Show.
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    Willie Barcena
    Laugh Out Loud Comedy ClubSeptember 20, 2014 10:15 PM
    618 Northwest Interstate 410 Loop, Suite 312
    San Antonio, TX 78216
    Willie Barcena returns to LOL this week!Willie is one of Jay Leno's favorite comedians, and he's made ten appearances on the Tonight Show.
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    Carolyn Wonderland
    Sam's Burger JointSeptember 20, 2014 9:00 PM
    330 East Grayson Street
    San Antonio, TX 78215
    Houston singer/songwriter Carolyn Wonderland dropped out of high school to pursue her musical ambition, teaching herself the guitar, mandolin, trumpet and piano, amongst others, then touring exhaustively, 300 days a year for two years in a row. While she is considered primarily a blues musician, Wonderland incorporates elements from country, zydeco, swing, and cumbia, never fully falling into one genre. Her dedication to her craft paid off, as Wonderland is able to count Bob Dylan among her admirers, has consistently found herself on the "Roots Music Reports" charts and has had her music featured on prominent NBC and Fox television programs. Wonderland's fervent devotion to music shows through in her performances and she is thus a live act not to be missed.
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    Loudon Wainwright III
    Tobin Center for the Performing ArtsSeptember 20, 2014 8:00 PM
    115 Auditorium Circle
    San Antonio, TX 78205
    Loudon Wainwright III has lived a full life as a musician and has even managed to play a somewhat minor role in the evolution of American music in the later half of the 20th century. He started playing guitar in the 60s, but after a move to San Francisco, to witness the then glorious hippie culture, Wainwright sold his instrument for a few yoga lessons. Later, after a move to Rhode Island, an old lobsterman convinced Wainwright to borrow a friends guitar and start writing. The pensive tunes that Wainwright created were greeted with great enthusiasm from listeners and after a move to New York, Wainwright managed to land a respectable recording contract in 1970. Since then he has managed to continually release critically acclaimed folk albums and he is still considered one of America's great musicians who's still able to tour.
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    San Antonio Symphony: Renee Fleming
    Tobin Center for the Performing ArtsSeptember 20, 2014 8:00 PM
    115 Auditorium Circle
    San Antonio, TX 78205
    Long considered to be the Tejano capital of the United States, San Antonio is a culturally rich city in Texas that has seen its fair share of historical events. While the city's cousin, Austin, normally gets all the cred for being a music capital, most people don't realize that San Antonio has a good amount of adept musicians who contribute to the overall musically rich mecca that is San Antonio. One such byproduct is the San Antonio Symphony. Formed in 1887 by a German immigrant, the orchestra plays from September to early June and incorporates several local South West instrumental flourishes into its repertoire.
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    Jazz'salive
    Travis ParkSeptember 20, 2014
    300 East Travis Street
    San Antonio, TX 78205
    Jazz lovers have a reason to celebrate. Since 1981, the San Antonio Department of Parks and Parks Foundation have been coming together to organize an annual jazz festival at Travis Park. It is dedicated entirely to this free-style music genre, featuring acts from around the locality, region, state and nation. Its weekend schedule and free entry attract folk from all walks of life and the attendance is pegged above 15,000 every year. To add to the musical razzmatazz are culinary contests, in which restaurants from all over San Antonio vie for prizes. There is also art and craft workshops for children. Please check the website for times.
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