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for Fri., Jan. 20
  • Fredericksburg Craft Beer Festival

    Break out your lederhosen and get ready for a good time at the 3rd Annual Fredericksburg Craft Beer Festival! Excitement Saturday includes 32 Texas craft breweries, fabulous music, local chefs, corn hole, food concessionaires, Texas wine and more. Come see what’s on tap, you won’t be disappointed.
    Sat. June 8  
    Fredericksburg Marketplace
  • Texas Performing Arts All-New 2024/25 Season

    Texas Performing Arts presents its all-new 2024/25 Season showcasing pioneering performances across multiple genres. Highlights include new work by visionaries in their fields—Twyla Tharp, Branford Marsalis, Huang Yi, Andrew Schneider, Suzanne Bocanegra & Lili Taylor, and more. Save 20% when you buy three or more shows.
    Various Locations
  • Arts

    Classical Music

    East Austin Cello Fest

    Witness, while surrounded by the art of ATXgals, the sonic power of eight cellists from Austin Camerata and the Austin Symphony Orchestra in a genre-defying program spanning from classical to rock, featuring Barber's Adagio, bossa nova, and songs by Harry Styles and Aretha Franklin.
    Jan. 20-22. Fri., 8pm; Sat., 2:30, 5:30 & 8:30pm. $35-55.  
  • Music

    Keeled Scales showcase w/ Jordan Moser, Karima Walker, Will Johnson

    Over nearly a decade, local imprint Keeled Scales has built a roster of provocative and eclectic songwriters, championing an emphasis on emotionally impactful artists who find power in the quietest crevices. The Cactus hosts three of the label’s best, with Will Johnson headlining behind the indie troubadour’s post-Centro-Matic solo releases Wire Mountain and El Capitan, two harrowing yet gorgeous platters. Karima Walker floats in from Tucson with 2001’s Waking the Dreaming Body, looping patient songscapes unfolded in hushed tones, while ATX’s Jordan Moser winds with tender melodies through the Long Night.
    Fri., Jan. 20, 7:30pm
  • Arts


    The Latino Comedy Project: Gentrifucked

    After sold-out performances from Austin to San Francisco, Emmy-nominated sketch troupe the Latino Comedy Project returns with an encore presentation of their acclaimed show Gentrifucked, once again hilariously attacking the causes and consequences of gentrification as it affects Austin and communities across America. The LCP asks: What happens when a community’s piñata shops are demolished and replaced with cat-friendly vegan coffeehouses? When neighborhood pulgas are transformed overnight into luxury condos? Or when Mexicans are replaced with obsessively dog-walking paddleboard enthusiasts?Through a bright mix of live sketches, music, and original videos, the LCP provides all the hard answers and leaves no one – no one! – unscathed. Directed by Adrian Villegas, the cast of writer-performers also includes Cindy Brio, Omar Gallaga, Thelma Rosana, Mical Trejo, and Nick Walker.
    Through Jan. 28. Thu.-Sat., 8pm. $22-27.  
  • Music

    A Giant Dog, Blue Jean Queen, Geranium Drive

    Look no further for glam rock gravitas than A Giant Dog, where fiery, electric showmanship from guitarists Andrew Cashen and Andy Bauer fuses with Sabrina Ellis’ piercing howl. Originals boast irreverent humor – “Photograph” revels in a comfortable relationship marked lovingly by saggy tits and pants you’ve split – while latest “Suddenly Seymour” rests the Little Shop of Horrors classic on a fuzzy slab of feedback. On night one, they’re joined by pop country singer Blue Jean Queen and psychedelic quartet Geranium Drive, while cheeky TV’s Daniel and indie rockers Nevil and Hot Cakes make for an eclectic second evening.
    Fri., Jan. 20, 8:30pm
  • Community


    Austin Spurs

    Vs. Ontario Clippers.
    Fri., Jan. 20, 7:30pm  
  • Community


    Buzz Mill 10th Anniversary

    Celebrate 10 years of Buzz Mill Coffee with the debut of new food trailer Buzz Burger, featuring $10 burger and beer specials as well as live music with the Sing Your Life Away Song Swap hosted by Tate Mayeux with James Moritz, Garner Sloan, Brian Pounds, and Gabe Wooten.
    Fri., Jan. 20, 10am-10pm  
  • Arts


    Heather McMahan

    Named to Variety’s Comedy Impact Report following the unprecedented success of her debut tour, Heather McMahan is back on the road and bringing the giggles nationwide.
    Fri.-Sat., Jan. 20-21, 8pm. $48.75-98.75.  
  • Film

    Special Screenings

    North by Northwest (1959)

    The master's classic espionage caper laid the groundwork for the modern blockbuster.
    Fri., Jan. 20, 7pm  
  • Arts


    Ride the Wave

    This new play by Mattie Barber-Bockelman is about "three bros searching for an epic surf on the last day of summer." In the multimedia performance, set in a loosely imagined 2060s rich with vibes, grooves, and laughter, a group of young women riff on the surfer bro trope to examine how friendship, the pursuit of freedom, and growing up will be affected by climate catastrophe. Directed by Teresa Cruz for the Vortex.: DUUUUUUDE: See our full review right here.
    Through Jan. 28. Thu.-Sat., 8pm; Sun., 6pm. $15-37.  
  • Arts


    The Sound Inside

    Jarrott Productions presents Adam Rapp's intense and intimate play about fiction – the kinds we read and the kinds we live – ​starring Rebecca Robinson and Tucker Shepherd, directed by David Jarrott.
    Through Jan. 28. Wed.-Sat., 7:30pm; Sun., 2:30pm  
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