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  • Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater

    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.
    Mar. 2-3  
    Bass Concert Hall
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  • Arts

    Visual Arts

    Butridge Gallery: Senderos del Desierto II

    Salvador Rodriguez paints the magnificence of the deserts of Texas and beyond, taking months and years of work – including detailed research of the ecosystems, history, and myths of each environment, to re-create their essence with stunning realism.
    Through Dec. 16  
  • Arts

    Visual Arts

    Creek Show

    Since 2014, Waterloo Greenway has commissioned site-specific work by Austin-based artists, architects, designers, and landscapers to (literally) illuminate the night and explore different themes related to Waller Creek. Creek Show 2023 will feature free activities each evening, including live music, food and beverages, and family-friendly fun among the six new light-based, eye-dazzling installations.
    Nov. 11-18. Nightly, 6-10pm. Free.
  • Music

    Doja Cat, Doechii

    In an era where some lament the lack of true pop stars, this endlessly viral 28-year-old held a proverbial gasoline can to her fame in 2023. Though hip-hop- and R&B-heavy new LP Scarlet didn’t sell as well as expected for her stature – or maybe as expected, after she told attention-starved fans to “get a job” – the L.A. native earned her career’s second chart-topping single with “Paint the Town Red.” Promising Top Dawg Entertainment signee Doechii opens.
    Mon., Nov. 13, 7:30pm  
  • Film

    Special Screenings

    The Mist (2007)

    Graveyard Shift: This Stephen King adaptation about an eerie, deadly mist that rolls into town after a storm is presented in black & white.
    Mon., Nov. 13, 6:40pm, 10:25pm  
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