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For the Community Number ELEVEN Houston's Fastest Growing FREE Festival

For The Community Festival was born out of a semi-revolutionary multi-cultural conglomeration of activists called the Houston Free Thinkers. Of course, many artists and musicians were in this group. Some great talent emerged and have released their work on theVisionary Noise label. However, Visionary Noise is more than just a record label. If you are a fan of live, independent music, here is your opportunity for an alternative introduction to the fun! Without skipping a beat Visionary Noise is able to host successful multi-genre shows! You might find hardcore, indie, and metal acts mixed with rap, pop, country, folk, electronic producers, and more. 

Houston has been blessed with a vibrant music scene for the past five decades, with rock bands, rappers, and hiphop performers being major contributors. The current crop of musicians produce a variety of sounds and concert experiences, giving local music enthusiasts options for a night out. The Bayou City is home to so many amazing night clubs and venues with a rich history of culture and a diversity. Within these walls, the atmospheres and music types vary widely, but deep down Houstonians share a love of great music and advancing up and coming talented artists. Visionary Noise taps into that love, expands upon it, and delivers it right back twice annually at For The Community, or FTC. 

The fest pairs the music with visual art, poetry, speakers, theater, great food, and multiple stages triangulated between several venues in the Houston City Center. The underlying activist roots are a binding theme, attracting the best talent of the Third Coast, throughout the U.S., and internationally.

When people think of Texas’s most musical city, Houston is often not the first one that comes to mind, however Houston has been growing its music scene in the shadows. It's indie urban sphere is one place in particular where Houston sparkles, and music fans are starting to take notice. Fans come in for the festival and this installment is attractive indeed. FTC is always FREE, see you at the festival!

Musical Acts and more can be found online.

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