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  • 32nd Annual Old Settler's Music Festival

    Jason Isbell & the 400 Unit (acoustic) and Brandi Carlile headline Old Settler’s Music Festival. Bring the whole family to enjoy camping, jamming, youth activities, workshops, craft beer, gourmet food, and an art fair. Over 30 bands with Del McCoury, Shinyribs, Hayes Carll, Wild Child, Galactic, & more.
    Apr. 11-14  
    Tilmon, TX
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  • Music

    Vince Staples, Buddy, PNTHN

    Helping fill the gap left by Childish Gambino’s cancellation, Vince Staples makes up for his weekend-two-only ACL Fest 2018 appearance with a second local performance. Breaking in 2015 on Summertime ’06, the rapper documented the crippling nature of gang culture over eclectic production. A former Crip, the Southern Californian, 25, reps his hometown while yearning for a black successor to Barack Obama in the Oval Office. Compton rapper Buddy (Simmie Sims III) and San Marcos rap collective PNTHN support.
    Fri., Feb. 8, 8pm
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    • Film

      Special Screenings

      Alita: Battle Angel: Passport to Iron City

      Explore the setting of Robert Rodriguez's new film, the post-apocalyptic, gritty, refuse-filled Iron City. You'll interact with city residents, earn credits for completing puzzles and challenges, experiment with the technology, and uncover hidden clues. The film opens Feb. 14.
      Jan. 29-Feb. 14. Daily, 2-10pm. $25.
      1901 E. 51st
    • Arts

      Visual Arts

      AARC: Let the Colors Speak

      Rashmi Thakur and Supriya Kharod, both born in India and both proud Austinites now, document their individual journeys through watercolor and acrylic paintings, depicting the colorful traditions, vibrant life, and diverse culture found in the two communities they love.
      Through March 30  
    • Arts

      Visual Arts

      AARC: Storied and Pop Japan

      Two new art shows at the Asian American Resource Center. First, there's STORIED, in which Katherine Leung reflects the Tuvan culture in her Faces of Central Texas series, incorporating the folklore of golden light gods; and JU Salvant draws upon the personal history of a young girl’s journey from Vietnam to America for the visual story, Red Sky in the Morning. And then there's POP JAPAN, curated by Guzu Gallery's own Vincent X. Torres, presenting an array of notable characters from Japanese television, film, anime, and manga.
    • Music

    • Music

      Adam Ostrar

      Fri., Feb. 8, 7pm
    • Summer Camp

      Theatre/Dance Camps

      Aerial Creation Camp

      Courses safely teach kids how to take to the air and dance using harnesses, silks, and more. Courses culminate with a show for parents and friends. Ages 8-14.
      June 3-14 & July 8-19. $250 per week.
      Blue Lapis Light, 10331 Old Manchaca Rd
    • Summer Camp

      Instructional Camps

      AFF Film Camp

      The Austin Film Festival's summer camp season has classes for the aspiring screenwriter, filmmaker, or animator. Kids receive hands-on instruction from industry professionals. Ages 9-18.
      June 3-July 26. $195-390.

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