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for Sat., June 29
  • Fright Night 2020: The Gold Connections Trilogy Virtual Book Release Party

    Join Chiron House Publishing for Fright Night 2020: A Virtual Zoom Event! Meet Indie Author and Visual Artist Otto Blaast for a virtual Book release Party of The Gold Connections Trilogy...arguably, the scariest story ever told.
    Sat. Oct. 31, 8pm  
    Chiron House Publishing
  • Viva la Vida 2020

    As part of the Mexic-Arte Museums’s continued initiative to bring events right to your screen, they will be presenting Viva la Vida as a virtual festival, presented by Austin Convention Center. Utilizing a festival-landing page, the Mexic-Arte Museum presents a 3-day virtual event!
    Sat. Oct. 31 - Mon. Nov. 2, 5pm-6:30pm  
    Mexic-Arte Museum
  • Arts


    Sacred Earth Stories

    This original performance is choreographed by Austin Dance India's Anuradha Naimpally. It's a show that connects ancient Greek, Indian, and Peruvian mythologies to current issues of sustainability and global climate change and features Bharata Natyam, a traditional style of Indian dance, an original score of live music, and spoken word. See our feature article right here.
    June 29-30. Sat., 7pm; Sun., 2pm. $15-20.  
  • All Events
    • Film

      Special Screenings

      1900 (1976)

      Essential Cinema: Bertolucci's Novecento: Set on a vast farm owned by the landlord Berlinghieri family and tilled by the peasant Dalcò family, Bertolucci's epic spans the period between the death of Verdi in 1900 and the death of Mussolini in 1945, following the lives and rivalries of two men (De Niro and Depardieu)
      Sat., June 29, 1:30pm  
    • Qmmunity

      Nightlife & Parties

      50 Shades

      Join the United Court of Austin and The Central Texas Empire for a nice, naughty show that raises cash to help the qmmunity. Grill food available for purchase.
      Sat., June 29, 6pm  
    • Qmmunity

      Arts & Culture

      90s Divas Drag Brunch

      Join Vylette Ward and some hawt queens for a drag tribute to all things Nineties. Two shows: 11am inside, noon outside.
      Sat., June 29, 10:30am  

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