Where there are fans, there's trouble. Vintage Trouble, that is.

The rhythm and blues band will take the stage as part of the NFL Draft Experience, April 27-28, outside of AT&T Stadium. Vintage Trouble opened for Lenny Kravitz at American Airlines Center during the College Football Playoff Championship weekend in 2015.

Music will kick off at 5 p.m. Friday, April 27, with trumpeter-singer-songwriter-eclectic dresser Spencer Ludwig. (You may know his catchy song "Diggy" better than you know him; it was featured in an almost-invasive Target commercial.)

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Pittsburgh rock band The Commonheart will play at 7 and punk band White Reaper will play at 9.

On Saturday, Austin R&B-soul singer Tameca Jones will play at 3. Vintage Trouble will cap off the performances at 5. 

If you're having trouble placing any of these artists, you're probably not alone. This type of gig is more of an accompaniment to the main attraction: the NFL.

Admission is free to the NFL Draft Experience, which is open to the public. The event is part of the festival atmosphere of the NFL Draft, which will begin on Thursday, April 26, and end on Saturday, April 28.

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