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for Sat., Oct. 21
  • Sangeeta Kaur in Concert

    Austin's own Grammy Award-winning singer, producer, and multimedia artist Sangeeta Kaur is partnering with Wonderspaces to bring an interactive music and art experience. The art installation "SWING," created by Brazilian artist Rejane Cantoni, will be featured and transformed into Sangeeta's stage. Details and tickets online.
    Tues. Sept. 26, 8pm-11pm  
    Wonderspaces Austin
  • 43rd Annual Oktoberfest in Fredericksburg

    Enjoy 5 stages of live music- Oompah at its Best, All Weekend, kids area, artisans, food concessionaires, cold beverages, stein hoisting, family lederhosen and dirndl, waltz and polka contests! Family festive fun, all weekend!
    Oct. 6-8  
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    2023 Legacy Business Month

    Preservation Austin's inaugural Legacy Business Month is designed to encourage Austinites to celebrate and support the institutions that define so much of Austin’s culture. Pick up a passport to guide your way through 13 local businesses that have been in operation for 20 years or more, such as Peter Pan Mini-Golf, the Paramount Theatre, and Cisco’s, and show your love to some of Austin's most iconic treasures.
    Oct. 1-30. Free.  
    Passports available at BookPeople, 603 N. Lamar; Zilker Taproom, 1701 E. Sixth
  • Arts



    Sophocles' classic, adapted by Davis Rush, is presented by the Filigree Theatre under the direction of Elizabeth V. Newman.
    Oct. 12-22. Thu.-Sat., 8pm; Sun., 3pm. $25-40.  
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    Visual Arts

    Austin Central Library: Mother/Land

    Yuliya Lanina’s exhibition delves into the Austin-based artist’s complex and personal relationship with the war in Ukraine. Through animation, sculpture, and installation, Lanina continues her introspective exploration of the emotional and physical impact of war and trauma.
    Through Nov. 5. Free.  
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    Austin Front Runners

    Join other LGBTQ runners for a 3-10 mile trek around Lady Bird Lake.
    Tuesdays, 6pm, Thursdays, 6pm and Saturdays, 10am
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    Baby Bloomers

    A special program for visitors ages 0-3 and their families, providing caregivers and early learners the chance to experience the children's museum together. Thinkery will host two storytimes and free play that support the social, emotional, and cognitive development of the earliest learners.
    Saturdays, 8-10am  
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    Bat Boy: The Musical

    The ACC Drama Department presents this musical comedy/horror show about a half-boy, half-bat creature who is discovered in a cave near Hope Falls, West Virginia – as based on a story, you'll recall, from the Weekly World News. Directed by Jamie Rogers for ACC Highland's Black Box Theater.
    Oct. 13-29. Fri.-Sat., 7:30pm; Sun., 2pm. $8.
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    Nightlife & Parties

    Big Gay Cabaret ATX

    Hosts Maxine LaQueene and Adrienne Park bring the brunch heat with a stellar cast.
    Saturdays, 3pm  
  • Community


    Black Austin History Tours at the Oakwood Chapel

    Angela Thornton will lead tours to talk about the Historic Colored Grounds and the burials that were segregated by race and class in the 1800s. There are many individuals buried in this section that represent Black excellence and are inspirations today. Thornton can also offer history about the chapel and online resources to learn more.
    Through Dec. 16. Saturdays, 12:30pm. Free.  
    Oakwood Chapel, 1601 Navasota
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    Cap City Comedy Club

    That's right: Cap City Comedy Club, the longtime cornerstone of Austin's comedy scene for nearly four decades is at a new venue in the Domain. And here's Valerie Lopez with a closer look at what's in store for the scene via the venue. Click for details!

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