The inaugural Maverick Music Festival – set to take place in the historic district of San Antonio, Texas, on March 23 – boasts performances by Austin native Gary Clark Jr., Girl in a Coma and many more.

Sponsored by Clark Jr. -- a festival fave also playing this year's Mountain Jam -- and Warner Bros. Records, Maverick is intended to bridge the gap between San Antonio and Austin, aka the "Live Music Capital of the World." The lineup also features the Toadies, Arum Rae and Henry and the Invisibles. In addition to live music, festival patrons will be privy to delicious food and drink from partnering local businesses.

“This new, all-day experience includes daytime programming, featuring incredible local acts who will provide the soundtrack to the city during the day. In the evening, Texan national acts will close out what promises to be a starry night of sonic splendor, with the illuminated San Antonio skyline as the backdrop,” reads the official website. “Both segments of the event will offer a variety of different cuisines in the food villitas (i.e. little food villages), showcasing some of the best local artisans and food pioneers in the area.”

Tickets for the event are $28 in advance and $32 at the gate. Click here for further details.