Events We're Looking Forward To In September

These events are sure to brighten your month!

Having trouble planning out the rest of your month? Have no fear, Chronicle is here! We’ve handpicked our top ten events for you for the rest of September, enjoy!

HAAM Benefit Day
Sept. 13
Multiple Locations

HAAM Benefit Day helps keep our local musicians healthy and happy. Support by donating and enjoying live music, food, drinks, and shopping with affiliated organizations!

Lone Star Le Mans
Sept. 15-17
Circuit of the Americas

Lone Star Le Mans consist of nearly nine hours of racing and entertainment at COTA. To top it all off, there will a firework show under the beautiful Texas stars following the final, and only, night race.

Courtesy of VoyagerFest's Facebook

Voyager Music Festival
Sept. 17-18
Spider House Ballroom and Chapel

VoyagerFest is a non-profit organization founded on love for progressive music, art, and technology. Come out to experience these unique performances! Headliners for this year include Chasca, Stop Motion Orchestra, Worhol, The Invincible Czars, and Transit Method.

Museum Day
Sept. 18
Multiple Locations

Check out Austin’s local museums for free on Museum Day!

Fantastic Fest
Sept. 22-29
Alamo Drafthouse

Fantastic Fest is the largest genre film festival in the country and specializes in horror, fantasy, sci-fi, and action. Alumni films include Zombieland, There Will Be Blood, Frankenweenie, and Apocalypto.

Texas Craft Brewers Fest
Sept. 24
Fiesta Gardens

Texas Craft Brewers Festival is the largest craft beer event focused exclusively on Texas Craft Beer, and with nearly 200 different options you’re bound to find something you like!

Pecan Street Fest
Sept. 24-25
6th Street, between Brazos and IH35

Pecan Street Festival is one of the largest, and longest-running, arts and music festivals in the nation. Enjoy food, arts/crafts, and music from various vendors.

ACL Weekend 1
Sept. 30 - Oct. 1
Zilker Park

Austin City Limits Music Festival is an annual music festival in the heart of Austin at Zilker Park. This year will be their 15th anniversary! Some of the weekend one only acts include Chris Stapleton, Andrew Bird, Kacey Musgraves, Blue October, St. Lucia, Frightened Rabbit, Wild Child, and Alunageorge.

Courtesy of ACL's website

ACL Late Night Shows
Sept. 29 - Oct. 9
Multiple Locations

Can’t make it out to ACL but still want to catch some of the performers? You’re in luck! ACL will host their “late night shows” throughout the two week period.

Courtesy of Utopia's Facebook

Sept. 29 - Oct. 2
Utopia, TX.

UTOPiAfest is a BYOB, camping, and family friendly music festival. Headliners for this year include Ratatat, Victor Wooten, Thao & The Get Down, and White Denim.

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