Marble Falls Music Festival and VIP Event Date & Lineup Announced

The Marble Falls Chamber of Commerce hosts intimate VIP music event and music festival featuring folk-country musicians.

MARBLE FALLS, Texas (PRWEB) September 20, 2019

The Marble Falls Chamber of Commerce officially announces the lineup for the Marble Falls Music Festival VIP Event, and the Marble Falls Music Festival taking place the weekend of September 20th. Both events will highlight Texas country and folk singer- songwriters.

On Friday evening at the Uptown Theater, the VIP event will kick off the following day’s festival with an attendees’ social hour starting at 6 p.m. Music acts will begin at 7 p.m., featuring Austin-based singer- songwriter Parker Chapin, Americana folk and soul singer-songwriter Matt Kreutz, and country musician Alex Harvey as the openers. Event headliner John Arthur Martinez, an Austin-based singer-songwriter, will close out the event and he’ll also be performing as a special guest on Saturday at the Music Festival. There will be a brief intermission between performances where food, alcoholic, and nonalcoholic beverages will be available for purchase.

Tickets for the VIP event are $60 for a single ticket and $100 for two. To learn more about the VIP event or to purchase tickets, visit

On September 21, the Marble Falls Music Festival will take place from 4:00 p.m. – 11:00 p.m. at the Johnson Park Amphitheater. The festival includes performances from musicians such as swamp-funk band Shinyribs (“Who Built the Moon”); Austin-based singer-songwriter and music producer Kyle Park (“Don’t Forget Where You Come From”); 2017 Country Music Awards Texas Female Vocalist of the Year award winner Pauline Reese (“Save Your Breath”), and Brandon Alan, the festival’s opener whose most recently released single “Looking for You” charted in the Top 75 on Texas Radio in June.

Festival tickets are $15 for adults and $5 for children (ages 4-12) if purchased in advance; tickets purchased the day of are $20 for adults. Seating options at the amphitheater include uncovered seats, as well as grass spaces for blankets and lawn chairs. Festival gates open at 3:00 p.m. and the event is rain or shine. Food, wine, and beer will also be available for purchase at the venue.

To learn more about the event or to purchase tickets, visit

About Marble Falls

Among its peers in the Hill Country, Marble Falls stands out as the crown jewel of the Highland Lakes, where the Hill Country’s rolling landscape breaks up into six gorgeous lakes built into the Colorado River. Located on Lake Marble Falls, one of six man-made lakes in the Highland Lakes region, Marble Falls is a popular destination for boating, watersports, and other outdoor activities. Marble Falls serves as the economic leader for Hill Country residents, visitors, and surrounding communities; it also boasts cultural experiences from live music and art walks, to unique places to shop and eat. About an hour’s drive from both Austin and San Antonio, three hours from Houston and the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex, and squarely within the Hill Country, Marble Falls is a fantastic home base and launching point for expeditions to larger or smaller towns, parks, and preserves in the area without sacrificing comfort or privacy.


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