Texas Performing Arts presents Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater on its 2024 National Tour. The legendary dance company returns to Austin after more than a decade for two special and unique performances including new works and Ailey’s iconic ballet Revelations.
This annual family-friendly event offers something for everyone: Pro Rodeo action, live music, Austin’s largest carnival, a beer and wine garden, food trucks, a livestock show, and a variety of special attractions. The concert lineup spans a variety of genres, with an eclectic mix including Flo Rida, Sugar Ray, La Zenda Norteña, Tracy Lawrence, and many others.
March 10-25. $10, adults; $5, children 12 and under.
AMPT is an experiential art gallery, performance space, tech expo, and hub for creativity and innovation during the Austin music festival season, presenting 10 days of local art, music, performances, and tech. See website for details!
This exhibit showcases materials from the State Archives documenting the official work and daily business of the state’s chief executive spanning 100 years. Can't visit in person? It's available to explore online.
Auditions for the 2023 Austin Latinx New Play Festival are underway! The ALNPF will be presented live at the Dougherty Arts Center in April, and you, citizen, could be part of it. Click here for appointment.
This noteworthy new exhibition at Camiba Gallery features the works of 1) Jason Webb, an Austin-based artist who spends his Sundays driving through unfamiliar neighborhoods and photographing once private possessions now publicly disowned, then painting individual piles isolated against white backgrounds; 2) San Antonio-based Benjamin McVey, whose new paintings of vessels represent the artist’s search for quiet space, simplicity, focus and purpose in today’s increasingly complex post-pandemic world; and 3) Austin's own Rebecca Rothfus Harrell, who documents states of flux across the country, reinterpreting remnants of structures that have a history but no longer serve their intended purpose.