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for Mon., March 20
  • 2nd Annual Onewheel Festival

    Hey there, fellow riders! Are you ready to experience an ultimate Onewheel extravaganza? Well, you're in luck because the Biggest Onewheel Camping Music Food Truck Festival in Texas is here to blow your mind! Get ready for an epic week filled with thrilling Onewheel adventures, delicious food, awesome tunes, and the coolest Onewheel camping experience you've ever had.
    Apr. 11-14  
    Austin, Texas
  • ABC Kite Fest

    ABC Kite Fest is back! The beloved Austin festival returns for its 96th edition! Austinites and their families will be able to enjoy fun, all-ages activities at this year’s festival, including special activity areas for children and pets, children’s concert series MossFest and the Kite Contest and Showcase.
    Sun. Apr. 14, 10am-5pm  
    Zilker Park
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  • Community

    Sports

    Rodeo Austin

    This annual family-friendly event offers something for everyone: Pro Rodeo action, live music, Austin’s largest carnival, a beer and wine garden, food trucks, a livestock show, and a variety of special attractions. The concert lineup spans a variety of genres, with an eclectic mix including Flo Rida, Sugar Ray, La Zenda Norteña, Tracy Lawrence, and many others.
    March 10-25. $10, adults; $5, children 12 and under.  
  • Film

    Special Screenings

    Blood Simple (1984)

    A masterful debut by the Coen brothers, the locally shot film is a stylish and inventive neo-noir featuring multiple Oscar-winner McDormand's screen debut.
    Mon., March 20, 6:10pm  
  • Arts

    Visual Arts

    Museum of Graffiti: Superplastic Giveaway

    Don't miss your chance to visit "The Art of Hip Hop" at the Museum of Graffiti's Austin pop-up and take home an exclusive Superplastic toy. Plan your visit between March 24th and March 28th to be among the first 25 attendees and secure your limited-edition collectible.
    Through March 28  
    809 E. Sixth
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