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for Wed., Nov. 29
  • Beatles Full Moon Concert in the Dark

    On the April Full Moon, come set intentions and indulge in the mesmerizing allure of live acoustic music performed by world-class musicians, surrounded by the warm glow of candlelight. Its a different kind of concert, that begins and ends in darkness, with music and a poem or two surrounding and soothing you. Audience members will be given the choice of bringing their own yoga mats and/or pillows to gaze at the shadows on the ceiling. A circle of chairs will be provided.
    Tues. Apr. 23, 8pm-9pm  
    ATX Unplugged
  • Affordable Art Fair Austin

    Affordable Art Fair Austin will launch in May 2024, showcasing original contemporary artworks ranging between $100 to $10,000. Welcoming a whole host of local, national and international exhibitors, their spectacular first edition is set to be unmissable!
    May 16-19  
    Palmer Events Center
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    Blue Genie Art Bazaar

    Austin's fave shopping destination for the holidays is the place to find unique jewelry, art, home goods, and gifts with oodles of Austin flair.
    Nov. 17-Dec. 24. Free entry.  
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    Maywald Family Lights Display

    See a stunning light display and bring a donation for the Make-A-Wish Foundation, for which the Maywalds raised over $80,000 last year. New this year: a gift shop offering hot chocolate, mugs, shirts, Christmas ornaments, and more.
    Nov. 23-Dec. 28, 6-10pm. Donations for Make-a-Wish encouraged.  
    10505 Twilight Vista
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    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  
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    Home for the Holidays w/ Marcia Ball, Carolyn Wonderland, & Shelley King

    However you celebrate, there are few better ways to kick off the holiday season than with Austin legends burning through some seasonal tunes. Carolyn Wonderland and Shelley King have torn up stages on tour together the past couple of years, with the pair of songwriters uniting to trade their respective electric and acoustic blues guitars from recent albums Tempting Fate and Madame Mystic. For the special holiday show, they wrangle piano powerhouse Marcia Ball to throw her distinct, bluesy Gulf Coast flare into the yuletide fire as the trio kicks off a regional tour.
    Wed., Nov. 29, 8pm  
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    Sentimental Family Band, Theo Lawrence, The Hushabyes

    Bridging continental divides with a shared love for midcentury country classics, Texas-bred trio Sentimental Family Band and French Canadian crooner Theo Lawrence present a match made in steel pedal heaven. The former, guided by vocalist Camille Lewis’ alluring drawl, breathe new life into the mid-1950s Nashville sound with their swoon-worthy take on alt.country, exemplified most recently with bittersweet single “Talking to Strangers.” Lawrence’s recent slew of local dates marks an indefinite return to Texas for the highwayman, who embarked on an impressive one-month, 21-show tour of Austin honky tonks last year.
    Wed., Nov. 29, 8pm
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    SUNN O))) Duo, Jesse Sykes w/ Phil Wandscher & Bill Herzog

    Though inspired by Seattle’s drone metal pioneers Earth, fellow Pacific Northwesterners sunn O))) long ago surpassed their mentors in artiness, theatricality, ambition, and, somehow, volume. After a series of fruitful collaborations and expansions, the band celebrates its 25th anniversary by returning to its core duo: guitarists Greg Anderson and Stephen O’Malley zero back in on the robed, befogged, and mesmerizing drone that’s always been the black heart of their distinctive sound. Former and future fellow travelers – singer/songwriter Jesse Sykes (the Sweet Hereafter), her guitarist Phil Wandscher (ex-Whiskeytown), and multi-instrumentalist Bill Herzog (ex-Citizen’s Utilities) – set the inscrutable scene first.
    Wed., Nov. 29, 8pm  
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