Men, women, and even children are invited to come out for games and edible treats and, of course, performances from Brass Ovaries members. The money goes to getting local contestants to the Texas Aerial Championships. 6:30-9:30pm. $10 ($5, kids).
Conveniently timed to coincide with the Moto GP races at the Circuit of the Americas this show has more than 100 hand-built two-wheelers for your ogling pleasure. There will also be bike stunts, DJed tunes, and other fun and fashion for the moto-inclined. Fri., April 11, 6pm-12mid; Sat., April 12, noon-12mid. Free.
We somehow missed the "ancestral health" movement. Learn about fitness, nutrition, and self-help from experts who in turned learned from neanderthals. Whatever about it, the people pictured on the website look very fit and happy. Not our thing, but we don't recommend you live like us. Fri.-Sun., April 11-13, 8:30am-6pm. $324, for all three days of bells and whistles ($45, three-day expo-only pass; single-day expo-only passes also available)).
Tassel twirlers across the country converge on Austin for three days to ensure that no one goes untitillated. Saturday is a best-of-the-fest showcase for those of you wanting only the finest shimmying. Thu.-Sat., April 10-12. $20-40.
The Marchesa Hall & Theatre, 6406 N. I-35, 512/454-2000