DJs and MCs from all over the world will be on hand to keep the beats coming so all the dance crews will have something to move to. Introductions and performances on Saturday followed by the finals and special guests on Saturday. Sat.-Sun., Oct. 26-27, 7pm-2am. $20.
Sure, the live music, pumpkin painting, farm animals, and 2,000 square foot jumping pillow are cool, but we're really just in it for the 5 acre, Willie Nelson-themed corn maze. We're not sure what that entails, but if we're not high by the end we're asking for our money back. Saturdays & Sundays through Nov. 10, 10am. $10 ($7, kids).
Liberty Tavern joins forces with ESPN to present Formula One watch parties on Sunday afternoons throughout the fall. Races from around the world will be played on tape delay on the 11 large hi-def screens in the bar. Beers from the host country will be highlighted with reduced prices on all beers and 50% off bar menu items. Personalities from ESPN's Speed City and The Horn will be on hand for most viewing parties. Sundays, noon-5pm, through Nov. 24..
Celebrate Austin Beer Week with the Jester King folks while they tap three new barrel-aged sour beers made just for the occasion and enjoy Stanley's Farmhouse Pizza and slow-smoked pulled pork and briskets from Curt's Barbecue. noon-6pm.
Jester King Craft Brewery, 13005 Fitzhugh Rd., Bldg. B, 512/537-5100
Austin's first educational herbal conference offers four days of classes and seminars by recognized experts, an herbal market, and multicultural entertainment. Complete details online. Oct. 24-26, 8:30am-7pm; Oct. 27, 8:30am-noon. $325, full registration (day passes available).
Haunted Houses in town (and possibly in the world) don't get any bigger or badder than this. House of Torment gives you the option of three houses of horror. There should be enough zombies, pirates, reapers, clones, and tortured souls to keep the adrenaline pumping and the vocal chords screaming. Through Nov. 2, 7:30-11pm (longer on the weekend). $25-35.
In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Sullivan's offers a three-course prix fixe menu where a portion of the proceeds benefit the local chapter of the American Cancer Society. Choose an appetizer, entree, and dessert, with wine pairings extra. $39.