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for Wed., May 17
  • Courthouse Nights in Lockhart, Texas!

    Don't miss the return of Courthouse Nights in Lockhart! Centered around the beautiful Caldwell County Courthouse lawn, the FREE and family-friendly live music series features an all-star lineup with Dale Watson, EZ Band, Deadeye, Rattlesnake Milk, and Simons Says. Held every third Friday of the month from April to August!
    Fri. Apr. 19, 7pm-10pm  
    Lockhart, Texas
  • Music

    Coheed & Cambria, Deafheaven

    Lead vocalist Claudio Sanchez’s high-pitched yelping and peculiar enunciation of simple words paired with intoxicating progressive rock riffs polarizes like pineapple on pizza. “Jess-eeee, bad boy! … Jesssss-eeee!” San Francisco band Deafheaven (“In Blur”) opens.
    Wed., May 17, 7:30pm  
  • Community


    Future of Downtown: Downtown on Demand

    The Downtown Austin Alliance presents a celebration of the org's 30 years, highlighting findings from the annual State of Downtown report with a look toward the future. Keynote speaker SaulPaul shares wisdom and insight, and local artists and musicians provide entertainment. Tickets include food and drinks, swag, and a copy of the report, and every dollar raised supports DAA programs.
    Wed., May 17, 5pm. $100-850.  
  • Community


    International Ride of Silence

    Gather and ride bicycles to honor those hurt or killed while cycling. The event includes a silent ride with white "ghost" bikes and a gathering with a rally to demand the city work faster to install better cycling infrastructure.
    Wed., May 17, 7pm. Free.
  • Music

    Tisakorean, Diego Money, Texas Boyz, Yoshi the Plug [control room]

    TisaKorean turned 11 the same month that Atlanta snap pioneers D4L released their infamously idiotic/gloriously goofy ear-parasite “Laffy Taffy.” This fact makes total sense when you listen to the Houston rapper/producer’s music – a chiming, chaotic vision of Aughts-era ringtone rap as pure pixie-stick id, with aesthetics derived from MP3 blogs and nascent social media sites. Most perplexing, this proudly adolescent voice in hip-hop is nearly 30. Of course, age is but a number; this is music for anyone who sees no meaningful difference between a stripper’s pole and the kind you’d slide down on the playground.
    Wed., May 17, 9pm
  • Arts

    Visual Arts

    Window Dressing XXVII: Sunlight and Bone

    Damian Noll uses a magnifying lens to draw with sunlight, solar-tattooing his designs onto bones acquired from local hunters, butchers, or road kills. For a limited time, you can see these beauties on display, 24/7, in ICOSA's front window at Canopy – but don't miss the artist reception!
    Through May 22. Artist reception: Fri., May 19, 7-9pm
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