The South by Southwest Music Festival (SXSW) has announced the third wave of Showcasing Artists invited to perform at the 2019 event.
This eclectic blend of up-and-coming artists from around the world will perform in intimate clubs as well as renowned music venues for industry professionals, influencers, international media and music fans alike. The SXSW Music Festival’s 33rd annual event takes place Monday, March 11 – Sunday, March 17, 2019 in downtown Austin, Texas.
A few highlights from this third round of artists include: Angie McMahon (Melbourne AUSTRALIA), Bush Tetras (New York NY), Charlotte OC (Blackburn, UK-ENGLAND), Edie Brickell & New Bohemians (Austin TX), Georgia (London UK-ENGLAND), Hilary Woods (Dublin IRELAND), J.S. Ondara(Nairobi KENYA), Jvcki Wai (Seoul SOUTH KOREA), Kamaal Williams (London UK-ENGLAND), Kevin George (Stamford CT), KOKOKO! (Kinshasa DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF THE CONGO), Lennon Stella (East York CANADA), Mansionair(Sydney AUSTRALIA), Molly Burch (Austin TX), My Brightest Diamond (Detroit MI), The Mystery Lights (New York NY), No Party for Cao Dong (Taipei TAIWAN), Omar Apollo (Hobart IN), Pink Sweat$ (Philadelphia PA), Priests (Washington DC), Ross Golan’s The Wrong Man (Los Angeles CA), Steady Holiday (Los Angeles CA), and Yung Lean (Stockholm SWEDEN).
This year the SXSW Music Festival is pleased to present first-time showcase lineups by Spacebomb Records, YEAR0001, Playtime Festival Mongolia, Don’t Come to LA, She Shreds, Verve Label Group, and Mahogany, as well as highly anticipated returning showcases from Communion, Gorilla vs. Bear + Luminelle, and BBC.
SXSW will also be celebrating the 25th anniversary of Bloodshot Records and hosting a 10th year anniversary showcase for Sounds from Columbia. Details on lineups and venue locations will be released in the coming weeks along with more artists and showcases.
This is the third announcement of artists who will be performing for the global creative community, and an opportunity to experience what will be hitting the festival circuit while it’s still on a small stage.