Upcoming Events at the Far Out Lounge

The Far Out Lounge

Event from 10am - Noon

$10 for Adults, $5 for Kids (Under 2 Free)

Supported by KUTX

Take part in a family-friendly Earth Day Celebration - "It's So Easy Being Green." Featuring Red Yarn from Portland, with Andy Sprouts opening. The show will run from 10am-12pm and will have special Earth Day activities.

Red Yarn (aka Andy Furgeson) is an Austin-born, Portland, OR-based family performer who weaves music and puppetry into high-energy shows for all ages. With his engaging performances, rowdy folk-rock recordings, and playful music videos, this red-bearded bard reinvigorates American roots music traditions for younger generations.

Red Yarn and his critter friends are thrilled to return to his hometown for a special Earth Day get-together at the Breakfast Boogie. They'll perform a mix of traditional folk songs, roots rock originals, and puppet skits about animals, the beauty of nature, community activism, and protecting our planet.


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Austin, TX — If you're the parent of a young child, you're always looking for something fun to do with your kids on a weekend morning. Well, if you're in Austin, look no further - here comes The Breakfast Boogie, a live concert series for kids and parents, under the shady trees of the Far Out Lounge in South Austin.

Presented in partnership with KUTX and Spare the Rock, Spoil the Child, the series features well-loved acts including Saul Paul, Charlie Faye & The Fanimals, Uncle Jumbo, and Strawbitty Yops, all at the family-friendly time of 10am.

The Breakfast Boogie was originally conceptualized by Charlie Faye and Cindy Haws, both with family music projects of their own. This series is brought to fruition through partnership with KUTX and Spare the Rock, Spoil the Child. Faye, who has a history in the music community as an artist and an organizer, entered into the children's music world when she had a child of her own. Cindy Haws has spent years as professional musician, educator and a children's performer, has a good take on what works for kids and parents.

The series aims to curate a diverse lineup of music that expands and educates, creates community, and provides rich musical experiences that will embed the love of music in all who attend.

Enjoy an adult beverage or food from one of the food trucks in the colorful eclectic atmosphere of the Far Out Lounge, as kids play and experience live music in one of Austin's best venues.

Get down at The Breakfast Boogie every Saturday morning at 10am at The Far Out Lounge, beginning on July 15th. Ticket prices are $10/adult, $5/child, under 2 can boogie for free. Tickets will be available at http://www.thefaroutaustin.com/events.html