Fox and The Law at Everett’s newest music venue

Downtown Everett has a new venue for enjoying live music. Meet The Austin.

The Austin recently opened its doors at the former site of Chopstix and judging by the lineup they got for their grand opening party they are looking to make an instant impact in the music community.

The Austin has a good sized dance floor which is good because tonight is their grand opening party and they are going to need the space because they are bringing in Seattle rockers Fox and The Law and Magic Mirrors.

The last time Fox and The Law performed in Everett the house was packed and they blew the roof off the place. I keep hearing great things about Magic Mirrors and can’t wait to see them live.

The Austin is located at 2820 Oakes Ave in Everett. The show will start at 9 p.m. tonight and there is a $5 cover. You won’t want to miss this awesome show at Everett’s newest music venue.

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