ROUND ROCK, Texas — The Nutty Brown Amphitheater may soon have a new home.
On Wednesday, Jan. 10, the City of Round Rock’s Planning and Zoning Commission voted unanimously to recommend approval of a zoning change allowing land along I-35, to be used as a music and events venue.
The original Nutty Brown Amphitheater opened in Dripping Springs in 2000. They announced plans to relocate to Round Rock in 2015.
“We want to really embrace the opportunity to be a part of this community,” James Michael Farr owner of Nutty Brown said at the recent Planning and Zoning Commission meeting. “I’m a small businessman who believes in supporting the people that support me. We want to fully embrace everything there is to embrace in Round Rock.”
Round Rock City Council is set to vote on the change at a meeting on Feb. 8.