Local artists to create the ‘F1 American Soundtrack’ during Grand Prix festivities

The Peterson Brothers at Blues on the Green in Zilker Park on May 25, 2016. Photo by Erika Rich for American-Statesman

The big musical attractions for the Formula One Grand Prix, set to go down Oct. 20-22 at the Circuit of the Americas,  are Justin Timberlake and Stevie Wonder. But on Thursday, event organizers announced plans to program 30 local artists on satellite stages around the track during Formula One weekend.

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The artists featured represent a broad range of genres from the roots rock collective the Texas Gentlemen to the indie rap of Zeale to the Peterson Brothers’ blues. The weekend will also feature appearances from  Prairie View A&M’s Marching Storm and the Dallas Cowboy Cheerleaders.

Here’s the full list of local artists performing during F1 weekend.

A-Town GetDown

Big Wy’s Brass Band

Body Rock w/ DJ Chorizo Funk & Riders Against the Storm

Cilantro Boombox

CJ Edwards & The Funk Fellowship

Conjunto Los Pinkys

Cut Throat Finches


DJ Jester the Filipino Fist & DJ Donnie Dee

Elijah Ford

Flavor Raid

Flying Balalaika Brothers

Garner Sloan

Henry the Archer

Hooka Hey

Jonathan Terrell

Kiko Villamizar

Le Saboteur

Los Coast

Migrant Kids

Nathan Hamilton

Saint Sinner

St. Stephen’s Thunder Drummers

Silas Nello

The Texas Gentlemen

The Georges

The Last Knife Fighter

Tomar & The FCs

Uncle Lucius

Zeale + Blastfamous USA