Celebrate Daniel Sahad’s legacy at Nané Day 2024

Nané will take the stage for the first time since 2022 in celebration of their frontrunner’s life, legacy, and music at Empire Garage.

Daniel Sahad singing passionately into a microphone with his head to the sky, wearing a white suit with fringe, snake decals, and flower decals.

Nané band members Daniel Sahad (pictured) and Ian Green met while studying at UT Austin in 2016, but the band formally began in 2019.

Austinites will come together to celebrate the legacy of beloved local band Nané this week.

The City of Austin classified April 7 as “Nané Day” in 2022, shortly before the death of lead singer, Daniel Sahad, who was 29. Friends, fans, and fellow band members will gather for an evening of live music in celebration of his life at 7:15 p.m. on Sunday, April 7 at Empire Garage (606 E. 7th St.).

The concert will begin with a performance from Jefferson Clay — who performed with Nané during their ACL Festival set in 2021 — before Nané takes the stage with Quentin Arispe of The Past Lives on lead vocals.

Nané co-creator and guitarist Ian Green said they will perform the entirety of the band’s discography. This will be Nané's first performance since 2022.

Tickets start at $20 each and a portion of the proceeds will benefit the SIMS Foundation.

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