Houston Music

Here's Next Weekend's Yes, Indeed! Schedule

Can’t say enough good things about what Yes, Indeed! is turning into — an eclectic roster of nearly 30 acts, most of them local, and just enough exotic talent (read: out-of-towners) to justify calling it a “festival.” The dimensions are right: three stages spread out over an area roughly the size of a football field, most of it air-conditioned to boot. And all this for the same price (or lower) than what most normal shows in town will run you: Yes, Indeed! tickets are $15 in advance or $20 the day of the festival; buy them here.

Sells itself, doesn’t it? The folks behind next Saturday's festival, now in its fourth year and second at the Mid-Main Continental Club/Big Top/Alley Kat compound, asked if we’d post the schedule, and here 'tis. While you’re looking it over, listen to what’s in store with this Yes, Indeed! Spotify playlist.

HEIGHTS VINYL STAGE AT THE CONTINENTAL CLUB

12 a.m.: Brownout Presents Brown Sabbath
11 p.m.: Electric Attitude 
10 p.m.: Walker Lukens & The Side Arms
9 p.m.: Bee Caves 
8 p.m.: The Wandering Bufaleros   
7 p.m.: *MyTwilightPilot*  
6 p.m.: Tightn’ Up 

8TH WONDER BEER GARDEN AT THE PACHINKO HUT

9:15 p.m.: Son of Bitch 
8:15 p.m.: Second Lovers 
7:15 p.m.: The Clicky Boots Band
6:15 p.m.: Carmecí 
5:15 p.m.: The Working Girls 

KILLEM COLLECTIVE STAGE AT THE ALLEY KAT

12:45 a.m.: FLCON FCKER 
11:45 p.m.: Wrestlers 
10:45 p.m.: Bang Bangz  
9:45 p.m.: Guilla 
8:45 p.m.: AF the Naysayer 
7:45 p.m.: Blue Healer  
6:45 p.m.: RIVERS 
5:45 p.m.: Carpet and the Drapes

SOUTHSIDE ESPRESSO STAGE AT THE BIG TOP

12:30 a.m.: Space Villains* 
11:30 p.m.: Young Mammals 
10:30 p.m.: The Wheel Workers 
9:30 p.m.: Black Kite
8:30 p.m.: Moji  
7:30 p.m.: Jealous Creatures 
6:30 p.m.: HandsomeBeast 
5:30 p.m.: Sik Mule
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Chris Gray has been Music Editor for the Houston Press since 2008. He is the proud father of a Beatles-loving toddler named Oliver.
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