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  • Austin Greek Festival

    Experience the spirit of Greece with delectable Greek food and drink, dancing, live entertainment from Greece, shopping, and more at this fun, family-friendly event. Opa!
    May 24-26  
    Transfiguration Greek Orthodox Church
  • 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
  • Community



    This big band bonanza is a nonprofit community festival bringing dozens of artists to perform in public spaces, dissolving the line between crowd and performers. Find them at Central Machine Works Friday, Mueller Lake Park Saturday, and Pan Am Park Sunday. Get more lineup details in our Music listings.
    March 31-April 2. Fri., 6-10pm; Sat., noon-7pm; Sun., noon-5pm. Free.  
    Central Machine Works, 4824 E. Cesar Chavez; Mueller Lake Park, 4550 Mueller Blvd.; Pan Am Park, 2100 E. Third
  • Arts


    A Hair Can Split the Difference

    BLiPSWiTCH presents their seventh original evening-length work, a performance that situates itself and the audience within the realm of feminine agency. 13 dancers will visualize themes of strength, self-actualization, and unapologetic fallibility that mirror the work of equine-facilitated physiotherapist Linda Kohanov. Through mythological and historical representations of the horse and the feminine, this work indulges in the analogy of these two species moving through the world. Original score performed live by Cajun artist Kelli Jones and Austin musicians Josh Kavanaugh and Zack Wiggs.
    Wed.-Sun., March 29-April 2, 7pm. $25 and up.  
  • Arts


    Ain’t Too Proud

    This new Broadway musical follows the Temptations’ extraordinary journey from the streets of Detroit to the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, showing how their signature dance moves and silky-smooth harmonies earned them an amazing 42 Top 10 hits (with 14 reaching No. 1). Yeah, you know those hits. Come hear them now, spectacularly!
    Through April 2. Tue.-Fri., 8pm; Sat., 2 & 8pm; Sun., 1 & 7pm. $30 and up.  
  • Community


    Art of Kindness Community Celebration

    Join the Kindness Campaign for a vibrant, family-friendly festival with art, mindfulness, music, and more. Meet the org's mascot Enoughie Buddy, visit a petting zoo, shop a vendor fair with local artisans, and tons more to support the nonprofit's work to create and provide accessible emotional health curriculum and programs.
    Sun., April 2, 10am-2pm. $5.  
  • Arts


    Ballet Austin: Light / The Holocaust & Humanity Project

    Illuminated through the powerful story of Holocaust survivor Naomi Warren (1920-2016), Stephen Mills’ Light / The Holocaust & Humanity Project takes the audience on a journey that shares Naomi’s story, told through the lens of dance, a contemporary ballet that follows her path from rich culture and traditions to utter dehumanization.
    March 31-April 2. Fri.-Sat., 8pm; Sun., 3pm. Free.  
  • Community


    Casa de Spurs at Native Hostel

    As part of the San Antonio Spurs' visit to Austin for the I-35 Series, join other fans at Native for photo ops, games, watch parties, and exclusive giveaways. Early birds can get a free drink at 8am and 4pm daily. Additionally, there's a Sunday Funday Pub Crawl along West Sixth starting at 1pm, with free pedicab rides to Native for a 5pm watch party. Text SPURSWEEK to 210/444-5050 to get the full daily rundown with additional activity announcements throughout Spurs Week.
    April 2-6. Sunday, 3:30pm-11pm; Mon.-Thu., 8am-11pm. Free.  
  • Film

    Special Screenings

    Computer Chess (2013)

    Science on Screen: This locally made gem about a coding tournament set in the Eighties features a post-film discussion and AI demonstration at the March 28 screening, and a 10th anniversary Q&A with director Andrew Bujalski and select cast members April 2.
    Sun., April 2, 3:15pm  
  • Arts


    Lysistrata Comedy Festival

    The Lysistrata Comedy Festival is a four-day women's comedy festival, featuring stand-up, improv, sketch, short films, and more. Join the hardworkin' ColdTowne crew to celebrate women and the power of their collective work, as these laughalicious ladies take over Austin for four days of nonstop comedy.
    March 30-April 2. $25-150.  
  • Community


    Round Rock Express

    The Minor League Baseball team is back! Opening weekend vs. Albuquerque will include fireworks and cap and jersey giveaways, and Sunday is for the kids with pre- and postgame activities like train rides and running the bases.
    March 31-April 2. Fri.-Sat., 7:05pm; Sun., 1:05pm  
  • Community


    Texas Roller Derby Wreck League

    Get off the sidelines and into the action with TXRD, who welcome intermediate to advanced skaters with the ability to stop and fall safely to skate with them in a special series. A public bout will be held April 30.
    Sundays, March 5-April 23, 6-8pm. $15/session; $80 for all eight.  
  • Film

    Special Screenings

    Uncut Gems (2019)

    Sandler delivers one of his finest performances in this taut NYC crime thriller.
    Sun., April 2, 3pm  
  • Arts

    Visual Arts

    UT School of Information: Algorithmic Assemblages: Do Machines Dream of Art?

    This exhibition by Sylvia Morales and Holland Hopson features an algorithm-generated stream of artistic combinations based on randomized descriptions from the United States Library of Congress Subjects Index.
    Closing reception: Thu., April 13, 12:30-1:30pm
    1616 Guadalupe
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