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    Dreamland Karaoke Night

    Get a free bevvie when you sign up to sing.
    Fridays, 9pm  
  • Food

    Food Events

    Eberly's Creme Brûlée for Girls Empowerment Network

    Eberly is honoring the nonprofit Girls Empowerment Network by donating $1 to the organization with every creme brûlée sold. This is a good thing from the get-go, we believe, and who doesn't occasionally want a dessert like this? But, come to find out that pastry chef Sarah Seghi has created a Peach Leaf Creme Brûlée with Rum Soaked Pound Cake, Lemon Creme Fraiche, and Preserved Cherry Jam, and we're considering buying maybe a dozen of them every single day. Note: We're told that this Eberly/GEN partnership is ongoing, so we may be in trouble.
    Ongoing
  • Qmmunity

    Nightlife & Parties

    Musical Mondays

    Sing along to your fave videos from Broadway, TV, movies, and more at Austin’s only bear bar.
    Mondays, 9pm  
  • Arts

    Classical Music

    One Ounce Opera: A Sip & a Song

    One Ounce Opera returns with this live, in-person concert in the outdoor garden of the Vortex's Butterfly Bar, featuring OOO singers sharing songs from their personal collections – and a few surprises, too. (Pro tip: You know Patrizi's is right there, yes? Some of the best Italian cuisine ever, from chef Nic & his crew? Decisamente!)
    Sun., Nov. 28, 4:30pm. Free.
  • Qmmunity

    Nightlife & Parties

    Planet Fabulous Bearaoke

    Sing a li’l or a lot with da bears. Hosted by Murrah Noble.
    Wednesdays, 9pm-1am. No cover.  
  • Community

    Events

    Polish Christmas Party & Market

    Sample Polish food by Apolonia Catering and Ziggy’s Kiełbasa House along with hot beverages, decorate ornaments, check out the silent auction, sing carols, and shop the market. Plus, Santa will visit at 3pm; RSVP to w.helenka@gmail.com with the number of children coming.
    Sat., Dec. 11, 2-6pm. Free.  
    Park Pavillion, 8820 Big View Dr.
  • Music

    Rattlesnake Milk, Lucas Hudgins, Henri Herbert

    Henri Herbert plays that boogie-woogie piano style with metronome-shattering speed and incomprehensible exactness. The France-born, UK-raised viral instrumentalist, who’s been a local fixture since 2019, collects dropped jaws every time he sits down at the keys. Lucas Hudgins’ instrument-of-awe: his voice. The honky-tonker with a rich, bassy, baritone recently toured with Charley Crockett and issued a compelling comeback single “Them Little Thrills.” Headliners Rattlesnake Milk make high-energy flatland garage twang for people with calloused hands, tweaker-cousins, and an ear for concise storytelling.
    Thu., Dec. 2, 7pm
  • Community

    Events

    Singing Cadets Concert

    The Austin Aggie Moms bring the world-famous Singing Cadets to Austin, with funds being raised for scholarships to Texas A&M.
    Sat., Jan. 15, 6-9pm. $5-15.  
  • Arts

    Classical Music

    SoCo Women's Chorus: Winter Wonderland

    After a year of singing virtually, SOCO Women's Chorus celebrates their 10th season with live concerts beginning with this, their annual winter performance. Featuring a program of secular and nonsecular music, directed by Lisa Holt.
    Dec. 4-5. Sat., 5:30pm; Sun., 2pm. $20 ($10, students, senior citizens).  
  • Qmmunity

    Nightlife & Parties

    The Best Drag Show Ever

    Ritzy Bitz brings the flair to your Saturday night with this comedic drag show featuring dancing and live singing. Performances by Casady Milan, Celia Light, DeeGee Rey, Emerald Van Cartier, Justice, Scarlett Kiss, and Serina Salvatore.
    Saturdays, 9pm. No cover.  
  • Arts

    Theatre

    Unexpected Joy

    Here's the regional premiere of Bill Russell and Janet Hood's musical about three generations of female singers, long-held family tensions, and a week together where change is in the air. Directed by Lisa Scheps for Ground Floor Theatre, with in-person performances and streaming options, this is a shows that "weaves folk-rock, pop, and blues in bringing together a family that hasn’t experienced true joy in decades." Starring Michelle Alexander, Caroline Mullins, Amber Quick, and Cathie Sheridan.
    Dec. 3-19. Thu.-Sat., 8pm; Sun., 5pm. $25.  

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