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for Wed., June 12
  • Wastin' Away National Margarita Day Celebration

    High 5 and The Austin Chronicle are hosting a party on National Margarita Day at High 5's Anderson Lane location, featuring the Texas Tide Jimmy Buffett tribute band, a shrimp boil, give aways, and of course delicious MARGARITAS!
    Sat. Feb 22, 2pm-7pm  
    High 5
  • Texas Independence Day Celebration

    Help honor the 184th anniversary of Texas Independence with this annual two-day free celebration featuring live music, food, traditional crafts, living history presentations, firing demonstrations, historical encampments and commemorative programs. Complete details and schedule are available online.
    Feb. 29-Mar. 1  
    Washington-on-the-Brazos State Historic Site
  • Community


    Theremin: Invisible Music Electronic History

    Celebrate the 100th anniversary of the invention of the Theremin – the world's first electronic musical instrument and purveyor of old-school sci-fi sound effects – with live performances, educational workshops, plus the premiere of the short film "The Last Tea Party," described as "an apocalyptic Theremin adventure."
    Wed., June 12, 7:30pm. $18.
    • Qmmunity


      9th Annual Stonewall Celebration

      Join Austin Pride for their annual rally to honor the Stonewall Riots. 2019 has been a rough year, so pay tribute to the folks who started our revolution with some of the folks who keep it going.
      Wed., June 12, 7-9pm  
    • Arts


      BuzzKill at the Buzz Mill

      Looking for a regular Wednesday night stand-up showcase? Carlton Wilcoxson and Angelina Martin are the hosts of Buzzkill at the Buzz Mill, and they're fixing to show you a laughing good time.
      Wednesdays, 9pm. Free.
    • Arts


      Elliot Ackerman: Places and Names

      The author presents his memoir that recounts his time as a journalist in Syria and its environs and his deeper past in combat in Iraq and Afghanistan.
      Wed., June 12, 7pm
    • Music

      Felice Brothers, Johnathan Rice

      The Felice Brothers roil like the Band: rootsy and literary anthems delivered atop a ramshackle enthusiasm. Behind last month’s Undress, the prolific New York quartet aims more political, balancing bitterness and compassion for a nation under duress. Johnathan Rice opens with The Long Game, the tender-hearted balladeer’s first LP since 2013, which chronicles his breakup with longtime squeeze Jenny Lewis.
      Wed., June 12, 9pm
    • Arts



      This, in case you somehow didn't know (and please accept our sincere congratulations on finally waking up from that years-long coma, yo, it's good to have you back), is Lin-Manuel Miranda's hip-hop musical about America's Founding Father Alexander Hamilton. Brought to town by the good people of Broadway in Austin, it's a phenomenon that's worthy of its endless hype, and they say tickets are possibly still available if you were born on a full moon, the wind is coming in from the northeast, and the Westlake sibyl dances a clockwise tarantella during consultation. Or, better: See the website right here for the show's two-days-before ticket lottery.
      May 28-June 16. Tue.-Fri., 8pm; Sat., 2 & 8pm; Sun., 1 & 7pm. $79-539.  
    • Music

      Sebadoh, Waveless

      Lou Barlow’s anxieties just don’t quit. Six years after eighth Sebadoh album Defend Yourself, May’s new Act Surprised oozes a sludgy, 15-track epic, reverberating the same unease that colors his frenetic guitar work in Dinosaur Jr. and the ennui of his folksier solo output. Alongside Jason Loewenstein and Bob D’Amico, Barlow live wires a jittery collision of grunge and college rock.
      Wed., June 12, 8pm
    • Arts


      Six Shooter! Stand-up Comedy Showcase

      Freestyle country & western legends Knuck Deep (played by Aaron Brooks and Mac Blake) return from a two-month hiatus to bring you six of Austin’s funniest stand-up comedians: Ralphie Hardesty, Ashley Overton, Derek Kopswa, Enzo Priesnitz, Hunter Duncan, and Katherine Hutchins.
      Wed., June 12, 8pm. Free.
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