Stephanie Chiarello Noppenberg's satire comedy variety show inspired by the shenanigans of the Texas Legislature returns. Special guests include ATPE’s Monty Exter (Sept. 22) and Sen. Kirk Watson (Sept. 29).
A huge motorcycle parade departs Hardtails 11am, Sunday, headed for Ernies on the Lake for a killer lineup of blues artists (Rick Derringer, Alan Haynes, & more) starting at noon. Preparty Saturday at Hardtails with music from noon-8pm from Miss Lavelle White, Birdlegg & the Tightfit Blues Band, and more. All for a great cause.
Fifty artists over the age of 50 provide an oral history of their role in and the evolution of Austin's vibrant music scene. Bring your smartphone and earbuds to hear their stories. Live music by Harvey Thomas Young at 8:30.
Thu.-Sun., 1-6pm, through Sept. 30. $5 suggested donation.
Vinyl is back! And so is the largest sale of recorded music in the U.S. More than 1 million records, cassettes, CDs, 8-track tapes, posters, and collectibles will be on hand from more than 300 dealers and collectors from across the globe. Die-hard record fans buy a VIP (early shopper) pass for $40 online or Friday, Sept. 29th, starting at 10am at the front box office.
Sat.-Sun., Sept. 30-Oct. 1, 10am. $5 (good for both days).
Come on out and celebrate life on two wheels at the Ciclovia social rides! Free bikes and helmets for kids and adults will be given out on a first-come first-served basis. You can also bring in damaged bikes for repairs and get learned in basic safety and maintenance.
Named the No. 1 haunted house in America by Hauntworld Magazine (a trusted publication in haunting circles). HoT celebrates their 15th year of scaring the bejesus out of you with a dark carnival theme, fire shows, “Escape the Room” games, and more gore. Not recommended for kids under 12.
See website for calendar and hours of operation. $20-33.
Noncompetitive walks with 5K and 10K options begin at Patterson Park on a portion of Nye Patterson's peach and plum orchards lost to expansion of Robert Mueller Municipal Airport in 1940. Both walks enter the redevelopment of the old airport into a modern urban neighborhood, including several art installations and a new orchard.
Follow the evolution of the gaming industry from the Seventies to the present day with a focus on the local scene from Richard Garriott's Ultima series to John Romero's Doom to the developers making waves on today's gaming platforms.
Daily through March 18, 2018. Museum admission: $13 ($9, kids).
A second chance at Pride means more glitter and more headliners! Clark Price (Pittsburgh bathouse basements), Kathi (best known for warehouse parties in New Orleans), and Bouffant Bouffant (overlord of NOLA's underground). Plus drag and local DJ sets from Dylan Reece, Mouthfeel, and Lolo.
For the entire month of September, the Hightower and Antonelli's Cheese Shop will donate 30% of sales from Queso Fundido to Houston disaster relief. How much queso can you handle in a month? You'll know the answer to that question by October.
Adapted from Erich Haeger and Eric González's award-winning children's book, this play in English and Spanish follows two sisters trying to reunite on the Day of the Dead. The story comes alive with music by Son Armado, pro actors, and puppetry.
Prepare for the fierce return of Austin International Drag Fest! Spend daylight hours at Drag Village with showcases, a Drag Market, workshops, podcasts, glamour lounge, and more. Head to Red River when night falls for showcases of the world's greatest drag stars. All ages welcome, night shows are 18 and up.
Charles MacInerney teaches classes all over town but also offers private instruction and hosts retreats. Once a month for 18 years, he has also hosted Full Moon Yoga – a free outdoor yoga class. Go online for location and time details.