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for Thu., March 8
  • Embody Love

    Transform your relationship to your body with Dr. Melody Moore. Coupon code Chronicle50 for $50 off. Sat.-Sun., April 28-29.
    Yoga Yoga
  • Cinco de Mayo at SWKey

    Join Southwest Key Programs for music, dance, art, activities, and food to celebrate Cinco de Mayo. This is a FREE event open to the public!
    Sat., May 5, 11am-1pm  
    Southwest Key Programs
  • The Texas Burlesque Festival

    The annual hoedown and showdown featuring world class queens and kings of the tease will be held April 27-28! Lineups, showtimes, and tickets sales available online.
    Fri.-Sat., April 27-28  
    Paramount Theatre
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  • Arts

    Theatre

    Agent Andromeda: The Orion Crusade

    Galaxy Corps and Blood and Glitter Productions present the remount of this high-flying, award-winning show, originally developed with the daring aerialists of Sky Candy. Written by Reina Hardy, directed by Rudy Ramirez, featuring Caroline Poe in the titular role, with music by Tyler Mabry. Note: strong sexual themes, intended for mature audiences.
    Through March 4. Thu.-Sat., 8pm; Sun., 6pm. $10-100.
  • Film

    Special Screenings

    Get Out (2017)

    In addition to delivering enough jolts to keep horror fans pleased, Get Out is also one of the smartest, funniest, and most socially astute films to come around in quite some time.
    Thu., March 8, 10:45  
  • Music

    Black Pumas

    Following a seven-performance outing during SXSW, Black Pumas return to its regularly scheduled residency on South Congress. The psych-soul Austin sextet just teased a debut LP with “Black Moon Rising.” Eric Burton shines on the cut with the voice of a budding R&B star, but you have to bear witness live to see his James Brown dance moves.
    Thursdays, 10pm
  • Music

    Dorothy, Those Damn Eyes

    Signed to Jay-Z’s Roc Nation label, this Los Angeles blues-rock outfit fronted by Dorothy Martin debunks the title of its 2016 debut Rockisdead with thunderous riffs, rocksteady drum punches, and the frontwoman’s raspy vox. March 16 follow-up 28 Days in the Valley rides that theme behind a more vulnerable exterior, single “Flawless” trading in some of the grit for softer country.
    Thu., March 8, 8:30pm
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  • Music

    Hotel Vegas & the Volstead's 7 year anniversary w/ 77 bands

    This alt-indie garage palace arrived fully formed and instantly established, brandishing Austin rock’s hippest millennial acts. This birthday show boasts the venue’s characteristic ambition and flair: 77 bands, DJs, and comedians playing seven stages from 1pm, including such Hotel Vegas-nurtured superstars as Sweet Spirit, Big Bill, Sailor Poon, Borzoi, Moving Panoramas, Shivery Shakes, Residual Kid, and several semi-trailers’ more. With $1.77 drink specials and $7 burgers, seven is your lucky number!
    Thu., March 8, 1:30pm
  • Community

    Events

    International Women's Day Celebration

    There's live music and frank conversations about the limited economic opportunities, professional erasure, and threats of violence that women may face in the Austin music scene and in their daily lives. Co-sponsored by the Cultural Arts Division of the City of Austin Economic Development Department.
    Thu., March 8, 7pm-12mid. $10 (kids $5).  
    Rattletree School of Marimba, 2401 Thornton #3
  • Community

    Kids

    Little Texans

    Young Texans (ages 2-5) will love this interactive experience incorporating movement, play, and tactile learning into engaging experiences.
    Second Thursday of every month, 10-11am. Free for members or with exhibit admission.
  • Arts

    Comedy

    Martha Kelly

    Austin's own, as they say, and cracking up audiences with the comedic art of self-deprecation taken to its observational pinnacle and dropped over the edge to mewl piteously as it falls. Good stuff, not to mention that Kelly's sets are also the perfect antidote to the most gung-ho rah-rah synergy-leveraging parts of SXSW.
    March 7-10. Wed.-Thu., 8pm; Fri.-Sat., 7:30 & 10pm. $12-23.  
  • Music

    MGMT

    Bicoastal synth-pop psych duo revisits its heyday on fourth LP Little Dark Age.
    Thu., March 8, 8pm  
  • Music

    Mura Masa

    Alex Crossan, 21, moved on from piling up SoundCloud plays from his bedroom Ableton productions to earning Grammy attention for his eponymous debut. Born on the British island of Guernsey, the producer blends hip-hop and house with assists from English grime star Stormzy, British pop singer Charli XCX, and New York rapper A$AP Rocky, among others. Grammy noms for Best Dance/Electronic Album and Best Recording Package followed.
    Thu., March 8, 7pm  
  • Arts

    Offscreen

    Texas Film Awards

    Austin Film Society's Texas Film Awards annual gala inducts some stars into the Texas Film Hall of Fame. See Paul Thomas Anderson (not a Texan) and the reunion of Armie Hammer and Timothée Chalamet from Call Me By Your Name.The event features red-carpet arrivals of the evening's honorees, presenters and other special guests (Thandie Newton!), followed by a catered awards ceremony, music, and a lively auction, all of which benefits the artistic and educational programs of the Austin Film Society.
    Thu., March 8, 7pm
  • Community

    Sports

    UT Baseball

    Vs. Stanford: Thu., March 8, 6:30pm; Fri., March 9, 6:30pm; Sat., March 10, 2:30pm; Sun., March 11, 1pm.
    Thu., March 8. $7-25.  
  • Arts

    Theatre

    Wakey, Wakey

    "Though the man telling the jokes is sitting down (he's in a wheelchair), dying is a stand-up routine in this glowingly dark, profoundly moving new play by Will Eno,” states The New York Times. From the playwright of Thom Pain (based on nothing) comes this welcome work of theatre, embodied here by Ken Webster and Rebecca Robinson for Hyde Park Theatre, and so you know that's already like five good reasons to attend. And here's our full review of the show.
    Through March 31. Thu.-Sat., 8pm. $22-26 (pay what you can,Thursdays).  
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