Spring to Early Summer Concert
Seeing live music is one of the best ways to spend a summer evening. Watching your favorite musicians perform live can be an experience that you remember for the rest of your life.
Who are we kidding? Seeing bands you hardly know in concert is also excellent.
We all know what makes the concert-going experience less than amazing. Sitting in bumper-to-bumper traffic in your hot, cramped car is horrible. Maneuvering through traffic to try to find an expensive parking spot is less than ideal. Walking three-quarters of a mile to the venue in your heels also stinks.
The Best Concert Transportation Option
Are you looking for an affordable, comfortable transportation alternative? Are you ready to arrive at the next concert at Austin 360 Amphitheater in style? Meet Austin’s newest transportation option – shuttle service to one of our 2019 summer concerts. Contact R&R Limo and Bus for more information on cost and availability of our shuttles.
Booking a shuttle to the next concert is really a no brainer. Every shuttle ticket is round trip. Let our professional drivers maneuver through the crazy, Austin traffic. Fearlessly wear your highest heels because you know when you arrive in our shuttle, you won’t have to walk as far to the venue as you would if you drove yourself. Don’t worry about finding your car in the sketchy parking garage at the end of the evening.
Are you ready for the best reason of all to book a shuttle to the concert? Our shuttles are BYOB. Think how relaxed you will feel having someone chauffeur you while you enjoy an adult beverage or two in the back of the vehicle.
Round up all your friends who are going to the concert. R&R can accommodate groups of all sizes.
R&R Limo and Bus takes the hassle out of finding transportation to the event. The most challenging part for you will be deciding which summer concert you want to attend. Since Austin is the Live Music Capital of the World, you know you have a ton of options.
Ticket to Rock
The people of Austin 360 Amphitheater have made it easy for you. Purchase a Ticket to Rock, which starts at $59, and you will receive entrance to three summertime shows. See Korn and Alice In Chains with Underoath and H09909 on July 18. Next is Knotfest Roadshow featuring Slipknot, Volbeat, Gojira, and Behemoth on September 6. Finish the season on September 9 with Breaking Benjamin with special guests Chevelle, Three Days Grace, Dorothy, and Diamante.
Move quickly to purchase your tickets as they may sell out. As soon as you purchase your Ticket to Rock, contact R&R for your transportation to and from the three events.
Even though these three concerts are a great deal, many other artists are visiting Austin during late spring and early summer.
See The 1975 on May 3 at the Amphitheater. They will be performing songs from their third album, A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships. Pale Waves and No Rome will also be playing that night.
Fifty Years. How many bands can say that their music has spanned five decades? Well, ZZ Top for one. To celebrate their golden anniversary, ZZ Top scheduled three concerts in their favorite state. The Austin concert will be on May 19 and will also feature Bad Company and Cheap Trick. Rumour spreadin’ round, in that Texas town, that this concert is going to one you won’t want to miss.
Hootie and the Blowfish
Have you heard the news? Hootie is back! Well, technically he never left, but that’s another story. Hootie & The Blowfish and the Barenaked Ladies will be rocking in Austin on June 13.
You may have heard, but music festivals are kind of a big deal in Austin. Don’t miss out on the Disrupt Festival on Saturday, June 22. Come listen to The Used, Thrice, and Circa Survive. Also performing will be The Story So Far, Sleeping with Sirens, Andy Black, Four Year Strong, Memphis May Fire, Trophy Eyes, Juliet Simms, and Hyro the Hero. The performances will take place on two stages. Sounds like a great way to spend a Saturday!
Named a mini-festival, Camp Nowhere would be considered a full-fledged music jam in any other state. Featuring live electronic music, this festival’s lineup features ODESZA, ZHUGryffin, Chelsea Cutler, and Robotaki. Attend the Disrupt Festival on June 22 and go back the next day for the Camp Nowhere Festival.
For more information for these concerts, visit the Austin 360 Amphitheater website.
As soon as you purchase your tickets, reach out to R&R Limo and Bus to reserve your space on our comfortable shuttles. You won’t regret it!