- August 18, 2020

Here’s the Public Street Art in Austin All Music Fans Must See


You have to admit; Austin has some amazing public art. Whether it’s commissioned or just randomly appears, you can always find new Austin murals and street art all over the city. And since we’re the live music capital of the world, it’s no surprise that many of those public art displays are music murals.

Looking for a selfie with one of your favorite musicians?

Here are the music murals and more art ops you need to snap a pic with if you’re a music fan!

Willie Nelson Statue
310 West 2nd Street

Willie For President
1415 South Congress Avenue

Willie Nelson, etc.
Culinary Dropout, 11721 Rock Rose Avenue, Suite #100

Willie Nelson and Janice Joplin
Mug Shots, 407 East 7th Street

Stevie Ray Vaughan Statue
210 Ann and Roy Butler Hike and Bike Trail

La Zona Rosa
Alley Behind 612 West 4th Street

305 East 5th Street

Continental Club, 1315 South Congress Avenue

Photo credit: @elenizzle on Instagram

Run DMC and Tupac (not pictured)
Sugar Mama’s Bakeshop, 1905 South First Street

John Prine Tribute
201 East Riverside

Welcome to South Austin
South First Food Court, 601 West Live oak Street

Various Artists
Qdoba, 2402 Guadalupe Street

Various Artists
Goodwill Boutique, 914 North Lamar Boulevard

Black Pumas
Native Hostel, 807 East 4th Street

We Rise
Chicon at 12th Street

East 4th Street at Medina

Let’s Band Together
Whisler’s, 1816 East 6th Street

11800 North Lamar Boulevard

Jeremiah the Innocent/ AKA “Hi, How Are You?”
21st Street and Guadalupe

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All photos by Dani Dudek/ ATXgossip.com unless otherwise noted.