Can I bring a camera and audio/video recording equipment?

Ultimately, the camera and recording policy are up to the discretion of the artist performing that evening, but in most cases the house policy represents an industry standard. Stubb’s standard house policy does not allow professional cameras, audio or video recording devices, or cameras with detachable lenses unless the artist performing that evening has approved proper press credentials. Point and shoot cameras that fit in a front shirt pocket are acceptable as long as they do not have a detachable lens.


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Mid-seventies: The Joe Ely Band hanging out with C. B. Stubblefield (center) at Stubb’s Bar-B-Q. From left, Ely, steel guitarist Lloyd Maines (against the back wall), accordion player Ponty Bone, bassist Greg Wright (in the corner), guitarist Jesse Taylor. #tbt

Coheed and Cambria "NEVERENDER GAIBSIV" will be here before we know it and tix are almost #soldout! Don't miss the band playing quintessential Good Apollo in it's entirety. 📷:

Here's a pic of @coheedandcambria playing @stubbsaustin in 2014, shot by @merrickales. They return on April 26th to play the quintessential GAIBSIV album from front to back and tickets are almost sold out!

Due to severe weather forecasts for the Austin area, the Glass Animals show at Stubb’s Waller Creek Amphitheater tonight, April 10, 2017 has been moved to ACL Live. All tickets for the Glass Animals show at Stubb’s will be honored at ACL Live. Doors will open at 7pm and the floor will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis. Once the floor has reached capacity, remaining ticket holders will be directed to the mezzanine and balcony. These areas will be general admission and not have assigned seating. For more information, please visit The show is sold out.