The late Vincent R. DeNino conducts the Longhorn Alumni Band in the 2012 TCMF

The late Vincent R. DeNino conducts the Longhorn Alumni Band in the 2012 TCMF

IT'S TCMF seventeen!

The Texas Community Music Festival kicked off in Austin April 29, 2006, at Central Market North, and drew approximately 10,000 over the four days to the central Austin location, far exceeding expectations, and setting the stage for what has now become a Central Texas tradition.

Over the years, the performances at TCMF have run the musical gamut, from traditional bierhaus music to full-sized orchestras; from Middle Eastern Bellydancers to Scottish pipe and drums to "All That Jazz."   We've even had a few "zombie invasions!"  Musicians range in age from 9 to well past 90.

If the music lives in Texas, the music's been performed LIVE at the Texas Community Music Festival.

We are DELIGHTED to be back at Central Market for our 2024 Festival!

Stay tuned, and check back.  As the world moves into the new age, so will Live Music in Texas.  And you'll find all of it right here, at the Texas Community Music Festival!

TCMF is organized, managed and promoted by the Austin Civic Wind Ensemble, Austin's oldest community band, and has been generously hosted over the years by Central Market North.  Past hosts have also included the Park at The Triangle and Scholz Garten.

This year's festival is sponsored by Central Market, HEB, Westbank String Shop and the Austin Civic Wind Ensemble.  Additional sponsorships are available.  Please contact us at [email protected] for more information.

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