City of Hutto reveals live music lineup for 4th of July Celebration

The City of Hutto is excited to reveal the live music lineup for this year’s free 4th of July Celebration! Micah Marcos will kick things off before the Steph Cash Band is set to rock the stage. David Beck’s Tejano Weekend will bring their traditional Tejano tunes to Hutto then headliner Bri Bagwell caps off the evening. Following the live music, fans can enjoy the city’s biggest fireworks show of the year. Held at the Brushy Creek Amphitheater, this year’s Celebration is free of charge and scheduled for 5 – 9 pm on Monday, July 4.

Marcos burst onto the scene with his hit “Trace,” which has amassed nearly two million downloads on Spotify since debuting in 2019. The Austin native brings high energy, flawless execution and a loveable stage presence to every show. Cash was raised in Virginia but brought her country tunes to Texas as fast as she could. The Austin-based singer/songwriter and her band can be found performing their unique sound throughout the Central Texas area.

Inspired by Texas music legend Selena, Beck formed David Beck’s Tejano Weekend in 2017. The group features a blazing accordion, shimmering keys, cranked guitars, upright bass, and drums, re-creating some of music’s most popular tunes in a traditional Tejano style sung in English. Every song is a dance track and every show is a party focused on friends, family and bringing the two together. A native of San Marcos, Beck has previously performed at several notable venues and events, such as the Grand Ole Opry, Bonnaroo, Gruene Hall and Austin City Limits.

Bagwell has compiled seven #1 Texas radio singles, multiple Female Vocalist of the Year Awards and four albums to her credit, with a fifth scheduled for release this fall. The New Braunfels-based country singer/songwriter is best known for her rousingly fun live performances and trailblazing artistry. Throughout her career, she has performed with some of the biggest names in country music, including Willie Nelson, Miranda Lambert, Robert Earl Keen, Kacey Musgraves and Dwight Yoakam.

The City of Hutto’s annual 4th of July Celebration is a free, family-friendly celebration of our nation that features live music, local vendors, food trucks, kids’ activities, a fireworks show and more. The City is requesting that attendees RSVP to the event via Facebook, however it is not required. Parking is available on a first-come, first-served basis at Brushy Creek Amphitheater but attendees are encouraged to take advantage of free shuttles available at Hutto High School.

Located at 1001 CR 137 in Hutto, the Brushy Creek Amphitheater sits within a serene 65-acre park with Brushy Creek serving as the border and backdrop for the open-air venue. Nestled among beautiful creek-side cliffs, trees and flowing water, the amphitheater serves as a unique outdoor event space for Hutto and the Central Texas area.

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