12 Dank 4/20 Events to Toke on in Austin

It's time to celebrate that sweet leaf that keeps many of us sane

It's April 20, and you know what that means. Time to celebrate that sweet leaf with live music, drag performances, food, and more.

Other, more uptight folk might see it as the downfall of society or perhaps a "gateway drug," but unless they mean a gateway to a more relaxed life then we couldn't disagree more. Below you'll find some of the myriad ways Austin is celebrating that merriest of Jane. Toke responsibly.

Austin Reggae Festival

Fri.-Sun., April 19-21
Auditorium Shores

Arts & crafts, international foods, good tunes, and lots of positive vibes at this three-day celebration of all things irie.

Cocoa Tea, Etana, DJ Jah Bill

Flamingo Cantina
9pm

The Boleys (Photo by Jana Birchum)

4/20 day party w/ the Matt Gilmour Band, the Boleys, Chill Bill

Hotel Vegas
2pm

4/20 Pole & Aerial Show

The Belmont
9:30pm

Austin’s brightest pole and aerial stars, along with up-and-coming local talent, perform pole dancing, aerial acts, burlesque, stripping, and more, all inspired by the 4/20 theme.

4/20 show w/ Duncan Fellows, the Oysters, Magic Rockers of Texas, Being Dead, Hi Gene, Ama

Hole in the Wall
8pm

420 day show w/ Skeleton, Desist, Ninth Circle, Hiss

Yellow Jacket Social Club
5pm

420 Garten Party w/ MouseAbout, Corrine Rose, Psionosaur, DJ CFS

Scholz Garten
7pm

420 w/ Duel, Bridge Farmers, Chromagnus, Methodrone

Barracuda
9pm

Cunto! (Photo by David Brendan Hall)

Clyde & Clem's Whiskey Business, Cunto!

Hard Luck Lounge
8pm

Crawfish & Nahfish 2.0

Buzz Mill Coffee
2pm

Crawfish lover or not, this event's got something for everyone.

L&Z (Photo by JIMMIE KADAVER)

Die Felicia!

Elysium
10pm

These scream queens are getting into the 4/20 theme with evil bongs, murder munchies, and a killer show filled with Austin’s scariest drag.

Rock & Roll One Up, Dude w/ Think No Think, Billy King & the Bad Bad Bad, Marijuana Sweet Tooth, Lewd Dudes

Empire Control Room
9pm

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