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  • Austin Cares Concert - Featuring The Doobie Brothers

    Great seats available for the 2024 Austin Cares Concert featuring The Doobie Brothers. Help C4AC support 3 Austin charities: HAAM, Superhero Kids, and Step Onward Foundation. Buy your tickets today or buy them for someone else as a great Christmas gift!
    Sun. Jan. 28, 8pm-10:30pm  
    Moody Center
  • Western Wonderland

    The City of Dripping Springs is bringing the sparkle this holiday season! Western Wonderland consists of an ice rink, holiday trail of lights, and weekend holiday markets. They will also be hosting special events and appreciation days throughout the month. Complete details, including hours, ticket sales, and an event calendar are available online.
    Dec. 8 - Jan. 7  
    Dripping Springs Ranch Park Event Center
  • Arts


    KDHDC: These Events Are Fortunate

    Kathy Dunn Hamrick Dance Company premieres this 50-minute original work, staging their vision of a world where people are endearing, awkward, vulnerable, strong, funny, and confident, where you'll see exuberant dancing, rapid-fire micro-movements, and quiet moments of grace, interlaced with Hamrick’s signature humor.
    June 3-4. Sat., 5 & 8pm; Sun., 2pm. $25.  
  • Food

    Food Events

    Bar Toti: Mercado del Girasol

    Bar Toti, the weekend bar and private event space located on the grounds of Este, hosts their first-ever market in celebration of Este Garden’s third anniversary. The open-air market will feature pop-ups from local creatives, artisanal goods, DJ Juan Lo, drinks, and more. Vendors include Corazon Verde Botanicals, Zanny Adornments, Sarah Hakala Made Me, Tooth Fairy ATX, Armonia Home Wellness, Glass Half Full, Jello Mom Vintage, Slow Burn, Cassiopeia Farm, Bailey Barret, Libby Barret, Erica Emerson, Evan Pharmakis – and even more.
    Sun., June 4, noon-4:30pm
  • Community


    Free Weekly Workouts at Waterloo Greenway

    Get your feel-good movement on in a beautiful outdoor space with Castle Hill Fitness and various other community studios. Mondays feature yoga and live music, Tuesdays will offer energetic fitness or dance-based workouts, and Sundays are for self-care with an eclectic mix of mindful movement.
    Through June 6. Mon. & Tue., 6pm; Sun., 9am. Free.  
  • Community


    Inspire A.D. Wrestling

    An action-packed evening of pro wrestling with the theme "Kids of the Black Hole."
    Sun., June 4, 6pm  
  • Arts

    Classical Music

    Inversion: Helios

    Inversion Ensemble presents this multimedia work by Timothy C. Takach, with visual projections by Candystations. "Positioned at the nexus of science, faith, and humanity, Helios spins a narrative of order and chaos, exploring that which is within our control and that which is not and shows that we have the power to change our trajectory. The music provides a changing landscape of textures, soundscapes, vocal techniques, and harmonic language."
    June 3-4. Sat., 7:30pm; Sun., 3pm. $30.  
  • Film

    Special Screenings

    Juneteenth: Faith & Freedom (2022)

    This poignant doc explores the history of Juneteenth and how it "reveals a faith stronger than suffering." Followed by a panel discussion with filmmakers Ya’Ke Smith, Rasool Berry, and Mary Beth Minnis, moderated by community advocate and creative activist Virginia Cumberbatch.
    Sun., June 4, 1pm. Free.  
  • Community


    Natureversity Kids' Clothing Swap

    Are your kids growing out of last year's gear? Get them ready for summer at an outdoor clothing and gear swap presented by Natureversity Outdoor School, Explore Austin, and Patagonia Austin. Bring gently used and clean items for kids aged 3-15 years old to swap, and even bring functional items that need a fix to get DIY repair advice. Leftover items will be donated to kids in need.
    Sun., June 4, 1-4pm
  • Film

    Special Screenings

    One of These Days (2020)

    Best of the Fests: Fans of 1997 documentary Hands on a Hardbody, about a Longview endurance contest to win a truck, will love this fictional interpretation of the contest brought to life by Texas-based German director Bastian Günther, who'll attend both screenings and be joined by star Carrie Preston (True Blood) on Wednesday.
    Sun., June 4, 5pm  
  • Film

    Special Screenings

    Pan African Film Festival Presents

    AFS welcomes Los Angeles’ famed Pan African Film and Arts Festival for their first-ever Austin series, presenting a selection of the most acclaimed films from their February 2023 festival: Fantastic Negrito: Have You Lost Your Mind Yet? (D: Yvan Iturriaga and Francisco Nuñez Capriles, 91 min.), Fri., 7:30pm; The Africologist: Chronicles of Africa (D: Valerio Lopes, 72 min.), Sat., 2:30pm; and The Honeymoon (D: Bianca Isaac, 109 min.), Sat., 7:30pm. PAFF will also lead a free panel discussion for filmmakers on getting into film festivals, featuring reps from Indie Meme and Cine Las Americas (Sun., 2pm, Austin Public, 1143 Northwestern).
    Fri.-Sun., June 2-4  
  • Music

    Rickshaw Billie's Big Dumb Fest w/ Rickshaw Billie's Burger Patrol, Gus Baldwin & the Sketch, Tia Carrera, Eagle Claw, Billy Glitter, Buzz Electro, Pinko [outside]

    “It’s like Andrew W.K., but less party,” characterized Leo Lydon last June. Don’t believe it. Rickshaw Billie’s Burger Patrol, the singer/guitarist’s homegrown threesome alongside bassist Aaron Metzdorf and drummer Sean St. Germain, throws down. Like millennial English outburst the Darkness – only more grunge, less hair metal – they inject levity into their fifth clamor and stomp, last fall’s Doom Wop, adhering to the crucial musical tenet that self-seriousness numbs. The trio’s inaugural Big Dumb Fest co-headlines instrumental detonators Eagle Claw and Tia Carrera, while Billy Glitter, Gus Baldwin & the Sketch, Buzz Electro, and Pinko – prog, punk, and rock bangers all – party down too.
    Sun., June 4, 6:30pm  
  • Community


    Spider-Man Sunday

    Swing into action and meet the Amazing Spider-Man! All kids who come dressed up with their web-slinging gear will get a free $10 game card. Stop by Mikki’s Tavern for the Spider-Man themed cocktail menu to help get that Spider-Sense tingling.
    Sun., June 4, 2-6pm  
  • Arts


    Theo Von: Return of the Rat

    Theo Von grew up in the stray animal belt of southern Louisiana. His new comedy special Regular People was filmed at the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville and is now streaming on Netflix.
    Through June 9. Thu.-Fri., 8pm. $79.50.  
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