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    Eddie Izzard: Wunderbar

    WestBeth Entertainment, Moontower Comedy and the Long Center are bringing Izzard's new comedy tour to town. Tickets go on sale Friday, Jan. 18, at 10am. So you: cake or death?
    Mon., June 10 & Tue., June 11, 8pm. $51.50+.  
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    Mdou Moctar

    Thu., April 25, 9pm
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    Austin Pride 2019

    Start planning yer outfits babe, cuz Austin Pride has locked in its 2019 date and it's turning the town into a proverbial Boogie Wonderland! Shantay to the fest from 11am-6pm at Fiesta Gardens, then sashay your way to the parade that'll wash downtown in glitter, rainbows, and a whole lotta beautiful queers (8-11pm).
    Sat., Aug. 10, 11am-11pm. $20+.  
    Fiesta Gardens & Downtown Austin
  • Austin Pride 2019: The Date Is Set
    Dust off your mirrorballs, feather your hair, and – if you’re feeling frisky – lace up those discothèque roller skates: Austin Pride has set its date for 2019 and they’re ready to boogie with you! So getcher rainbows ready, ex-out Saturday, August 10, now cuz we guarantee you’ll want to be one of Pride’s many dancing queens in 2019!

    2:40PM Thu. Jan. 10, Sarah Marloff Read More | »

    Jordan Peele’s Us Will Open SXSW Film 2019
    Get ready for terror: SXSW has just announced that Us, the fervently awaited sophomore shocker from writer-director Jordan Peele, will receive its world premiere as the film festival’s opening night film.

    1:00PM Tue. Jan. 8, Richard Whittaker Read More | »

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    OUTsider 2019 Festival Launch With Blender Blunder!

    It's an OUTsider tease to get yer juices flowing for the February fest with an art installation by UT students Brooke Johnson and Haley Hill and the unveiling of the full 2019 lineup! Last chance for discounted badges, too!
    Sun., Jan. 20, 6-9pm. $65.  
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    Built to Spill

    Wed., Jan. 23, 8pm
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    CCMC 30th Anniversary Cabaret: Journey Home

    Join the Capital City Men's Chorus with very special guest Council member Jimmy Flannigan for a one night only event featuring food, drink, and tunes.
    Sat., Feb. 16, 7pm. $10-65.  
  • HavenCon Will Return for Year Five
    In January 2018, HavenCon creator Shane Brown announced that the fourth convention, held that April, would be the last for the state’s first and only geek and gaming convention dedicated to the LGBTQ community.

    2:25PM Mon. Jan. 7, Beth Sullivan Read More | »

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    God Made Man: Home Stretch Party

    The cast and crew of God Made Man – an indie queer film shot here in Austin – is hosting a fundraiser with a meet and greet, Q&A, raffle, and BBQ.
    Sat., Jan. 19, noon-5pm. $5 suggested donation.  
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    OUTsider Festival: Queeriosities

    Come one, come all to Austin's trans-media festival full of wonderful wackadoos, quintessential queeriosities, and maximum magic from a plethora of queer artists, dreamers, and performers.
    Wed.-Sun., Feb. 20-24. $40+.  
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    Sarah Shook & the Disarmers, Garrett T. Capps

    Chapel Hill’s powerhouse country breakouts.
    Thu., Jan. 24, 8pm
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    Ali Wong: The Milk and Money Tour

    Of course you know her from those Netflix specials Baby Cobra and Hard Knock Wife, right? Or her appearances on Inside Amy Schumer and Black Box, yeah? Now the acclaimed comedian's bringing her humor and style to Austin's Bass – and we reckon it's a good idea to get tickets ASAP.
    Fri., March 29, 8:30pm. $39.50-75.  
  • Brooklyn Decker to be Honored at Texas Film Awards
    The Austin Film Society's annual Texas Film Awards ceremony is one the of biggest fundraisers for the non-profit, and its's already on the way to ensuring a star-studded lineup of honorees with the announcement today that model-turned-actress Brooklyn Decker will receive this year's Rising Star Award.

    1:00PM Tue. Dec. 18, 2018, Richard Whittaker Read More | »

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    2019 Hill Country Ride for AIDS

    Celebrating 20 years of riding to raise money to fight HIV, get folks tested, support those living with HIV/AIDs, and getting us to zero.
    Sat., April 27, 7:30am-5:30pm  
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    Death Grips

    Tue., March 26
  • J.T. Youngblood’s Is Now Permanently Closed
    If you’re not on the Facebook pages for the Mueller neighborhood and its surrounding area, you might not have known that J.T. Youngblood’s shuttered quietly over the weekend.

    11:00AM Mon. Dec. 17, 2018, Melanie Haupt Read More | »

    Big Changes at Fareground's Downtown Food Hall
    In an announcement sent through their newsletter on Thursday, December 13, Kendall and John Antonelli informed patrons that their Downtown location of Antonelli’s Cheese Shop + Kitchen at Fareground will be closing effective December 31.

    12:25PM Thu. Dec. 13, 2018, Jessi Cape Read More | »

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    Becoming: An Intimate Conversation with Michelle Obama

    Remember those days when a president's wife was very publicly engaged and intellectually fierce and not married to a bloated bag of sewage with tiny little hands? The former first lady takes to the Erwin Center stage to share experiences and events, both public and private, that have shaped her – from her childhood on the South Side of Chicago to her years as an executive balancing the demands of motherhood and work, to her years spent at the most famous address in the world. Note: You probably want to buy your tickets ASAP, because this nation (with good reason) loves Michelle Obama.
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    Vince Staples

    Fri., Feb. 8, 8pm
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    Pissed Jeans

    Sat., Feb. 23, 9pm
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    Blood Orange

    Fri., Feb. 22, 8pm
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    Damien Jurado

    Thu., Feb. 28, 8pm
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    Ryan Bingham's The Western Music Festival

    Sat., April 13, 1pm
    412 Luckenbach Town Loop, Fredericksburg
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    Mon., March 25, 8pm
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    7 Minutes in Heaven: A Celebration of Esme Barrera w/ Cigarettes After Sex (solo), Ted Leo, Jim Ward, the Crack Pipes, John Wesley Coleman, the John-Pauls, Sara O, Mahealani

    The enduring legacy of Esme Barrera is the impact an individual can make by being enthusiastic, generous, loving. The Austin music booster, murdered on New Year’s Day 2012, remains a sweetheart fixture of the homegrown scene seven years after her tragic death.: Friday, Barrera’s favorite acts and best friends play Mohawk in her memory. Greg Gonzalez (Cigarettes After Sex) and Jim Ward (Sparta), both hailing from the honoree’s hometown of El Paso, headline alongside punk/indie bard Ted Leo. Austin acts she adored, the Crack Pipes and John Wesley Coleman, plus her dear friend Mark Fagan’s newer group the John-Pauls, perform as well. Money raised through the concert goes toward a Girls Rock Camp, along with 25 scholarships, in El Paso.: “We wanted to do something big and unique that captured Esme’s magic,” says Erica Flores, who volunteered with Barrera at Girls Rock Austin and heads up the El Paso project with fellow GRA alum Jess Bee.: Bee, who got into GRA through Barrera’s urging, remembers her friend saying, “I wish there was something like this when I was growing up in El Paso.”: Now there will be.
    Fri., Jan. 18, 7pm  
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