Joe Rogan has confirmed the rumors that he's moving to Texas.
Speaking with guest Joe De Sena on his most recent podcast episode, Rogan said he's "outta here"—referring to the state of California—and would be moving to Texas "soon."
"I just want to go somewhere in the center of the country, somewhere it's easier to travel to both places, and somewhere where you have a little bit more freedom," Rogan told Sena, the CEO and founder of Spartan and the Death Race.
Rogan did not specify where in Texas he is moving, but he has reportedly been looking for real estate in Austin.
UPDATE 8/7: Local say he's purchased his house on Lake Austin.
Want to read more stories like this one? Start every day with a quick look at what's happening in Austin. Sign up for Austonia.com's free daily morning email.
- Will Joe Rogan move his $100 million podcast to Austin? - austonia ›
- Joe Rogan moving to Austin, Texas next month says Joey Diaz ... ›
- Austin protesters clash with police after Garrett Foster's death - austonia ›
- Joe Rogan buys Lake Austin home for new studio, HQ in Austin, Texas - austonia ›
- Joe Rogan posts podcast studio as he makes move to Austin - austonia ›
- Joe Rogan's new home is a $14 million mansion on Lake Austin - austonia ›
- 'Iconoclast' Joe Rogan is in Austin, political views hard to define - austonia ›
Project Connect is starting to take shape, Capitol Metro announced, and officially beginning with the scoping phase that includes an environmental report set to go on from now to 2022.
The COVID-19 therapeutic infusion center in South Austin is expanding.
The pop-up center opened outside of the Montopolis CommUnity Care location on Jan. 6 with nine infusion chairs and monoclonal antibody treatments donated by area hospitals. Texas Gov. Greg Abbott announced Monday that the center will now offer 33 infusion chairs, thanks to additional support provided by the Texas Division of Emergency Management.
- We Are Blood requests funding for convalescent plasma program ... ›
- Antibody tests show up in Austin, but not all are FDA approved ... ›
- Plasma may help COVID-19, Austin doctors say as they join national ... ›
- Austin opens COVID monoclonal antibodies infusion center - austonia ›