Round Rock Amp opens in Spring 2022
Central Texas’ newest venue held its grand opening in April 2022 with 2 nights of Outlaw Country artist Cody Jinks. The venue is helmed by the owners and operators of iconic Hill Country venue, Nutty Brown Amphitheatre, which closed in November 2021. Round Rock Amp features a wider range of genres beyond the country and rock acts Nutty Brown was known for, with a lineup that spans food festivals to rap and hip hop.
“The opening of Round Rock Amp will bring more first-class entertainment to town,” said Round Rock Mayor Craig Morgan. “We look forward to this new venue attracting great artists to our community, and the additional benefits it will provide for our citizens.”
The 18 acre parcel where Round Rock Amp is being constructed is tucked amongst the trees of the former McNeil Park. It includes a convertible general admission area and reserved seating to accommodate many types of events – including concerts, festivals and community events.
Final Nutty Brown Amphitheatre Weekend Posters Available for Sale
We have a very limited number of signed and numbered 18 x 24" posters from the final weekend of Nutty Brown Amphitheatre. To purchase, go to: