Long Center's lookOUT

We’re giving into curiosity and inviting you to explore new intersections of music, diversity, and creativity.
Check out the lineup below – it’s time to discover something new at Long Center’s lookOUT.
About Long Center Vistas

This new program focusing on outdoor, Austin-centric experiences invites Austinites to explore new sights and sounds, right in the city’s own backyard. Look out for more from Long Center Vistas coming soon. 

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Series Lineup

fri29oct6:30 pmFeaturedLong Center's LookOUTFeaturing serpentwithfeet with Madison McFerrin and Christelle Bofale6:30 pm H-E-B TerraceProgram:Long Center Vistas

fri12nov6:30 pmFeaturedLong Center's LookOUTFeaturing Flor de Toloache and Las Cafeteras with The Los Sundowns6:30 pm H-E-B TerraceProgram:Long Center Vistas

fri04feb6:30 pmFeaturedLong Center's LookOUTFeaturing Julianna Barwick and Mary Lattimore with The Kraken Quartet6:30 pm H-E-B TerraceProgram:Long Center Vistas

sun20feb6:30 pmFeaturedLong Center's LookOUTFeaturing Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith and The Album Leaf with Felt Out6:30 pm H-E-B TerraceProgram:Long Center Vistas

fri25mar6:30 pmFeaturedLong Center's LookOUTFeaturing Christian McBride's New Jawn with Lady Blackbird and Brannen Temple Duo6:30 pm H-E-B TerraceProgram:Long Center Vistas

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We’ve made a playlist of all the artists to be on the lookOUT for. 

About the Artists

October 29
Experimental musician serpentwithfeet (Josiah Wise) is not only imagining, but exploring a world wherein Black love is paramount. His style of R&B with gospel roots is perfectly paired with Madison McFerrin’s one-of-a-kind vocals that gained the moniker “soul-appella” by Questlove, both complimented by the subtle explorations of Congolese-inspired indie-rock & soul of Austin’s own Christelle Bofale.
November 12
New York-based, all-female mariachi ensemble Flor de Toloache hails from across the globe. Their Latin GRAMMY-winning sound is at home both on NPR and the world’s largest stages, much like the electric energy of Las Cafeteras, whose community-building Afro-Mexican beats are pure magnetism. Cap it all off with a touch of Latin psychedelic soul from Austin’s The Los Sundowns.
February 4
With six albums to her name, Julianna Barwick has quickly become new music’s collaborator-of-choice with her deep, reflective compositions rooted in the human voice. Paired nicely with the lush, ethereal sounds of Mary Lattimore’s wholly-original harp creations, local percussion ensemble The Kraken Quartet will round out what promises to be a cinematic evening.
February 20
Electric, rapturous, glittering all words that have tried to encapsulate the indescribable synthesis of Katilyn Aurelia Smith’s electronic music inspired by physical motion. Equally indescribable is The Album Leaf, Jimmy LaValle’s solo studio project turned full-fledged live band, whose multi-faceted exploration of modern rock has made the group a household name in composition.
March 25
From coast to coast, Christian McBride is the voice and sound of jazz in America, frequently touring with his quartet, the New Jawn, and winning a host of GRAMMY Awards along the way. New on the jazz scene and already a mainstay is Lady Blackbird, whose debut album Black Acid Soul pretty much says it all, while Austin-based professionals Brannen Temple and Dayne Reliford bring it all together in Brannen Temple Duo.