Consequence is proud to announce that we are once again taking part in the Brooklyn Bowl Family Reunion during this week’s South by Southwest. Taking place Friday, March 18th at Austin’s Empire Control Room & Garage, the all-day music event will feature live performances from a dozen artists, curated in conjunction with Relix.
This exciting lineup of artists is a reflection of the variety of music Brooklyn Bowl brings to the world, along with a reflection of the kind of artists who are creating the kind of music we are excited about. Alongside Consequence and Relix, Brooklyn Bowl Family Reunion 2022 partners include Crown Royal, MiiR, Ernie Ball, PAX and Liquid Death.
Our party welcomes newcomers and established acts such as Claud, Ellevator, Ezra Furman, Geese, Katy Kirby, Laundry Day, Midlake, Pom Pom Squad, The Range, and S.G. Goodman. (Check out a playlist of our top picks from the artists at the end of this post.)
Meanwhile, on March 19th Relix curates a day of music featuring Black Lips, Heartless Bastards, The Bright Light Social Hour, White Denim, and Seratones, as well as Grateful Dead-inspired super jam. See the full schedule below.
In addition to the performances, The Relix Roadie & Artist Lounge will return to support the hardworking people essential to making each show happen — artists, techs, crew, and the live music industry. Plus, attendees will have the opportunity to enter an exclusive giveaway featuring a backpack full of Consequence merchandise and an assortment of CBD products (including items from the GWAR: Bud of Gods and Rome and Duddy collaborations), as well as receive a discount at the Consequence Shop.
Consequence will also be sharing exclusive social takeovers throughout the weekend on Instagram and TikTok. Stay tuned for more updates and exciting insights from our team on the ground at SXSW 2022.
Entry is available with SXSW credentials and RSVP, so sign up now and we’ll see you in Austin!
The all-day event will serve as the official launch of Consequence’s 15th anniversary celebration, Consequence: 15 Years of Sound.