AUSTIN (KXAN) - The welcome rain has affected an outdoor event scheduled for Wednesday night, and the show is postponed.
KGSR's "Blues on the Green" evening show was to feature BoDeans and Sahara Smith. Organizers are working on rescheduling the show and will have information regarding a new date soon.
The remaining dates are scheduled to proceed as planned:
- July 25 -- Marcia Ball with Nakia opening
- Aug.8 -- ACL Festival Preview Featuring Quiet Company with The Eastern Sea and Wild Child
93.3 KGSR's Blues on the Green is in its 22nd season as Austin's largest free concert series. It runs May 30 through Aug. 8 every other Wednesday at Zilker Park.
Patrons can enjoy food and non-alcoholic beverages from local restaurants and stop by the KSGR local charity area for volunteer and donation information.
Blankets, lawn chairs, dogs on leashes, and children are all welcome. All shows begin at 7:30 p.m.
Further information regarding the event can be found at kgsr.com . Mobile updates are also available by texting "blues" to 43981.
KGSR's Blues on the Green is presented by Polycom and brought to fans in part by South Texas Ford Dealers, The Shade Project, University Medical Center Brackenridge, Big Bend, Ziegenbock, city of Austin Parks and Recreation Department, and produced by C3 Presents, who also produce such notable events as the Austin City Limits Music Festival and Lollapalooza.
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