Telephone: (512) 264-2820
Bliue Water Highway
The Quebe Sisters
Sarah Grace
Maddy Hatchett
Micky and the Motorcars
Robin Mordecai
Pamela Hart
Greg Abate
John Arthur Martinez
Pauline Reese

The Home of the Performing, Visual and Literary Arts in the Hill Country

As we begin our 20th season, we don't want you to miss any of it. Spicewood Live season tickets are now available for purchase. Individual tickets for performances will be available starting September 1, 2019 if season tickets are not sold out.



We invite you to become a part of our family and promote the arts in the Hill Country. We have a variety of Membership levels available, so click on the tab below for all the information about the benefits of becoming a member of Spicewood Arts and choose the level that is right for you.


The last weekend in October (26th & 27th) we will be hosting our two-day outdoor Arts Festival at La Cabana on US 71.

For more information as to how you can help feel free to call us at (512) 264-2820 or email us at for further information.



Check out our upcoming events and buy your tickets

Blue Water Highway

September 21 @ 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm
No matter how far they travel, Blue Water Highway’s music never leaves the coastal towns of Texas around Lake Jackson. It’s music that chronicles the lives of the hardworking people band founders Zack Kibodeaux and Greg Essington know well. Their songs speak to the elemental loves and friendships that touch our souls. With Catherine Clarke joining them in peerless three-part harmony, Kyle Smith (bass) and Jared Wilson (drums) create memorable Americana music as fresh as today and as old as time.        

October 12 @ 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm
As a thank you to our Spicewood Community for 20 years of support we are sponsoring a FREE performance at Angel’s Icehouse on October 12, 2019 from 7pm - 10pm.  No need to register and no tickets necessary-just come enjoy Pauline Reese & John Arthur Martinez & band.
Pauline Reese (above)
At age 15, she joined a band composed of men in their 40s. Two years later, she fronted it as The Pauline Reese Band. About the same time, she met Willie Nelson and was welcomed into his inner circle of friends including legendary songwriters Sonny Throckmorton (George Strait’s “The Cowboy Rides Away”) and Merle Haggard sidekick Freddy Powers (“Natural High”).
While writing songs with them and studying their music and the artists they admired, she toured and worked odd jobs, from fixing guitars and selling hot dogs on a stick to making titanium kneecaps in a machine shop. Honing songwriting, guitar, vocals and showmanship while performing more than 170 concerts a year, Pauline steadily earned a fan base that allowed her to grow from opening act to headliner. She performed at two of Willie’s Farm Aid festivals that included Dave Matthews, Neil Young and John Cougar Mellencamp and six of Willie’s fabled Fourth of July Picnics.
Pauline’s albums won critical acclaim since her self-titled debut in 1999. Willie joined her for a duet on “Pick Up the Pieces” on her 2004 CD “The Good, The Bad and The Ugly.” The Texas Music Awards bestowed album of the year honors on her 2007 CD “Too Texas,” a collection of her classics and others’. Her sixth CD, “Just Getting Started,” reveals Pauline’s growth as an artist in a powerful collection of folk, pop rock and alternative and contemporary country that reflects a life being lived to its fullest – from a leaving a rocky marriage and finding new love and a new role as a wife and mother with two young daughters to all the highs and lows in between.
John Arthur Martinez
John Arthur Martinez John Arthur Martinez Country-Americana-Tex-Mex   Award winning artist, john Arthur martinez, is one of the Lone Star State’s favorite singer-songwriters and when the stage lights shine, he and his band bring it!
From the Country Rendezvous in France with Mark Chesnutt & The Greencards, to the Grand Ole Opry with Carrie Underwood, Keith Urban & Charlie Pride, to his birthplace of Austin, Texas with Elton John, Reuben Ramos and Asleep at the Wheel, he’s proven his music grades on stages all over the world.
His flowing melodies carry stories told by a true Texas songwriter. His songs have been covered by the likes of Alan Jackson, Flaco Jimenez, Raul Malo and many independent artists. But when he covers a song like “When You Say Nothing At All,” which charted on Billboard, he gives it his own twist. His bilingual version of “Amarillo by Morning” is seen in dance videos from Dallas to South Korea.

The Quebe Sisters

November 15 @ 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm
From grand old Ryman auditorium to posh Kennedy Center, The Quebe sisters have stolen hearts and wowed audiences. They’ll steal yours too. Come hear this multi-talented trio, Grace, Sophia, and Hulda as they front their Progressive Western Swing band here in Spicewood this fall. Make sure you get your tickets early (remember season tickets are your best deal) and wear your Sunday boots. Thanks to Juan and Billy Helms, Dan and Ellie McLachlin, and Elizabeth Blount and David Hoge for helping to bring us this show.