Adult Recreation Outing- May

May 4, 2017 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Shady Grove
1624 Barton Springs Road
Caroline Turner



Look for Caroline/Wendy (in blue ILE shirt). You can call or text Caroline if lost- 512.949.1006.

We are heading to KGSR’s Unplugged at the Grove on Thursday, May 4th on Barton Springs Road for one of Austin’s longest running free concert series. There’s still no cover charge, and the best music, food, and fun you’ll experience under the clear, warm skies of Austin, Texas! The live music begins at 8 pm. Additional free parking is available at Bicycle Sports Shop, at the southeast corner of Barton Springs & Lamar. You are more than welcome to show up earlier (6 pm at the latest) and grab a bite to eat! I have never had a bad meal here!

For those taking Public Transportation — be sure to use the Capital Metro Trip Planner Link for exact times and locations for you.


Hope to see you there!!

Ian Moore is the musician who will be performing that night. His Bio:

Ian Moore (born August 8, 1968 in Berkeley, California, USA) is a guitarist and singer-songwriter from Austin, Texas. He studied violin as a child but later switched to guitar. His music contains elements of psychedelic rock, soul, folk, rock and roll, world music and blues, with deep literary influences. After playing guitar in Joe Ely’s touring band and appearing on one studio album, he spent time in Austin with his own groups, first Ian Moore and Moment’s Notice, then The Ian Moore Band. While attending The University of Texas at Austin, Moore played in Austin regularly, quickly developing into one of Austin’s largest draws This led to his debut album which was released by Capricorn Records in 1993. The success of this album spawned multiple radio hits, tv appearances, and tours with artists such as Bob Dylan, ZZ Top, Paul Weller, and the Rolling Stones. His second record, Modernday Folklore, was voted one of the greatest art moments in Art of America, and led to more high level touring through the US and Europe, as well as his top charting song, Muddy Jesus, which made it into the top 5 AOR rock radio charts.