The second annual South Padre International Music Festival (SPI Music Fest) will take place October 31- November 2 on the beaches of South Padre Island, TX. The lineup includes Willie Nelson, Foghat, Los Lonely Boys, Blue Oyster Cult, Ghostland Observatory, Alejandro Escovedo, Fastball, Sara Hickman, Vallejo, Airline, meridianwest, Nakia & His Southern Cousins, Pelican West, The Last Vegas, Ginger Leigh, Twanguero, Bongodogs, Stewart Mann & the Statesboro Review, James Speer, Big Burn, Brownout, Phillip Thomas Kellogg, Suzanna Choffel, Eric Hanke and Bree Stevens, with more artists to be added.
The international music festival will be spread out over more than 10 venues across the island giving music fans a chance to spend their Halloween weekend on warm, white sand beaches surrounded by turquoise water with windsurfing, kiteboarding, scuba diving, sea kayaking, deep-sea fishing and a vibrant nightlife in the 70-degree breeze.
“If you are looking for a tropical fall getaway, then SPI Music Fest is it,” says SPI Music Fest founder Tim Hayden in a statement. “We have artists coming from around the world that represent many genres and a variation of music and culture that makes SPI Music Fest incredibly unique festival experience.”
Three-day, weekend passes are available at an early-bird discount rate of $70 plus tax and service fees until August 24. A portion of the ticket proceeds will go to help benefit hurricane Dolly relief efforts in the Rio Grande Valley.