Stage 5 of the Austin Festival of Ideas is starting Saturday with a full lineup of performances, from a string of new music, to a full orchestra and, most importantly, a live music act.
It’s a big event that can’t be missed for the sheer number of performers.
Here’s what to expect.
THE ARTIST: Jody L. Williams has been on a roll since her breakout performance at the 2016 Austin City Limits Festival.
She performs in this live version of her new song “Fingers In The Dirt.”
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THE BAND: This is a pretty big one.
This is Jody’s first time at Austin City Lights.
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THE ACTORS: This one is more of a collaboration than anything.
This one will be from Austin City Light, a band called Bizarra, which was a co-headliner with a major Austin-area festival.
They’re touring this year with a new album called A Thousand Hearts, but you can get their full album on iTunes.
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THE PERFORMERS: A lot of these are going to be from local bands, and some are just coming out of the closet, like the new singer from the band A Million Things, and singer/songwriter Sarah Lott.
She’s performing her new record, My Love Is Not Enough.
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THE MUSIC: The first night, the musicians will be performing from their new album.
The full show starts at 7 p.m.
(9 p., 12 a.m.) and will include some of the most original and exciting music from around the world.
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THE POTENTIAL PERFORMANCE: I’m not sure where this performance will end up.
The Austin City Council recently voted to remove the city’s ban on performing at Austin’s larger festivals, which included the Austin City Arts Festival, which opened last year.
That ban expired at the end of February, but the council has said it will renew it this year.
The council voted 8-1 to keep the ban, and that’s what the council did.
I’m sure the council will do its own analysis and find a way to re-enforce it.
It will be interesting to see what happens with the festival.
If the festival stays on track and continues to grow and support local artists, that will be a great thing.
But the Austin Arts Festival was the biggest festival in Austin, and it needs to be bigger.
The city has been slow to embrace new music from Austin, especially since the festival’s closure.
It has a lot of people who love music, but it’s not enough for people to go see it and be able to connect with it.
Austin City Code of Conduct requires that acts and performers have a “local venue.”
This means that they must not be owned or operated by or operated for a non-Austin-area corporation or entity, such as a hotel, concert venue, or concert promoter.
This applies to festivals like Austin City Fest and the Austin Jazz Festival.
The new Austin City Art Festival will be the first to have a non-(Austin-only) venue.
So, if it’s going to stay on track, it needs a venue.
This will be Austin City’s first-ever venue.
And if you can’t find a venue, that’s okay.
I think the festival organizers should be allowed to have this event, as long as they’re not taking advantage of local businesses.
I know this is the first year they’ll have an independent venue, and I’m excited to see how the city and artists interact with this.
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THE PROMISE: This will mark the first time the city will be hosting a festival with a minimum of 20 performers.
There are some things to be worried about, though.
The festival will have to meet a few of the city codes, like a minimum capacity of 40 people, and then there are rules like not bringing alcohol, not having a loudspeaker, and having a tent.
But those are things you need to have in place before you even get started.
The organizers of the festival have said they’re looking for more than 20 performers, and they’re expecting to get that number up.
So don’t expect any big crowds, just a few thousand people.
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THE TABLES: It looks like the festival will run along the street, with street parking available, but not on the street.
It looks to me like this will be easier to navigate than Austin City Streets, where there are plenty of parking spots.
There is a parking lot just down the street from the stage, and the festival is not