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  • 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
  • Fredericksburg Craft Beer Festival

    Break out your lederhosen and get ready for a good time at the 3rd Annual Fredericksburg Craft Beer Festival! Excitement Saturday includes 32 Texas craft breweries, fabulous music, local chefs, corn hole, food concessionaires, Texas wine and more. Come see what’s on tap, you won’t be disappointed.
    Sat. June 8  
    Fredericksburg Marketplace
  • Community


    Earth Day ATX

    There's something for everyone: live music, great food, exhibits, panels, electric vehicles, and activities for all ages. Everything is free but the food!
    Sat., April 22, noon-5pm
  • Music

    Lemon Twigs, Andrew H. Smith

    With Beach Boys harmonies, Todd Rundgren melodies, and Sweet riffola, Long Island’s Lemon Twigs channel Me Decade glam rock, soft rock, and power pop into impeccably crafted, fervently performed ingots of pure rock & roll. Despite being too young to experience that music directly, the D’Addario brothers – sons of Sixties/Seventies singer-songwriter Ronnie D’Addario – sound so steeped. It’s only seeing their baby faces in person that will dispel the illusion of listening to a long-lost act from the era. The band’s fourth album Everything Harmony comes out in early May. Garage pop clown Andrew H. Smith opens.
    Sat., April 22, 9pm  
  • Arts

    Visual Arts

    Ney Day 2023

    Celebrate Elisabet Ney and her legacy at this ninth annual Ney Day party, an afternoon event dedicated to women in the arts, sciences, and civic culture. There will be artist-led projects, demonstrations, games, music, and food – and booths by Latinitas Magazine, Typewriter Tarot, Batik by Design, Girlstart, and the Girls Empowerment Network.
    Sat., April 22, 1-4pm. Free.  
  • Arts


    Andrea Ariel Dance Theatre: Community Voices Workshop

    You – yes, you, citizen – are invited to join with Andrea Ariel and friends to participate in the creative development of the company's next project, Borderless. Bonus: these workshops are free, a lot of fun, and you don't need to have any previous experience in dance or theater.
    Sat., April 22, 1:30-3:30pm. Free.  
  • Arts

    Classical Music

    Austin Classical Guitar: Jiji

    "Electric and classical, composer and performer, Jiji is an inspired interpreter connecting the past with the future."
    April 22-23. Sat., 4:30 & 8pm; Sun., 4:30pm. $35-75.  
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    Austin Outlaws Football

    Austin's full-contact women's football league opens their 22nd season with an action-packed game against Houston Energy. Fan jerseys are also now available, with proceeds supporting the team's fundraising goals.
    Sat., April 22, 7:30pm  
  • Community


    Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Texas' Bowl for Kids

    Saved by the Bowl! Join Big Brothers Big Sisters on a trip back to the Nineties for its 40th annual fundraiser, including a weekend of bowling, food, drinks, costumes, and killer door prizes. Lead-up events include a Spazmatics concert at Speakeasy (March 29, 8pm) and a trivia night at Lustre Pearl East (April 11, 8pm); get details and tickets for those online. Funds raised will support the org's mission to provide caring, adult mentors for children who need them.
    April 21-22  
  • Arts


    Early Era Collective: Whirligig

    Here's a stunning array of dance pieces by five Early Era choreographers and 15 dancers, showcasing the creativity, fun, and professionalism of Austin's dance community with six brand new works by Lisa del Rosario, Daniel Broxton, Mia Moi, Jairus Carr, and Stephanie Patrick.
    Fri.-Sun., April 21-23, 8pm. $20-35.  
  • Community


    Earth Day Market & Party

    Shop for gems, minerals, plants, and all things holistic, and visit with friends from Austin Wildlife Rescue. Live music starts at 3pm and goes all day and night!
    Sat., April 22. Market open noon-5pm. Free.  
    Hotel Vegas & Volstead Patio, 1502 E. Sixth
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    Earth Day Planting Party

    St. Elmo's Outsiders League presents a planting party in the side yard with games, earthy fun, and of course, beer! Central Texas Mycological Society will host several rounds of Mushroom Bingo (1-2pm), and the Double Friendship and Spicy Boys food trucks will be on-site for sustenance.
    Sat., April 22, 11am-2pm. Free.  
  • Arts


    Erotic City II: Glam Slam

    Here's a "night of music and dance for and inspired by His Purple Badness, along with diary confessions of how Prince's music and art ushered forth revelation and awakening, transformation and homecoming, and cultivated the blooms of beauty, sensuality, sex, fearless and transgressive expression, and psychedelic fantasy within us all."
    Sat., April 22, 6-10:45pm. $50.  
  • Arts

    Classical Music

    La Follia: Haydn Concertos with Anton Nel

    This La Follia show is a triple Haydn treat, as concertmaster Stephen Redfield performs the Violin Concerto in G major; principal cellist Eric Taeyang Mun performs the Cello Concerto in C major; and Anton Nel performs the Keyboard Concerto in D major on fortepiano.
    April 21-22. Fri., 7:30pm; Sat., 3pm. $25-30.  
  • Film

    Special Screenings

    Memories of Murder (2003)

    World Cinema Classics: This Korean cop film from future Oscar winner Bong Joon-ho is based on the country's first real serial killer case in 1986, a case that flummoxed the police along with everyone else.
    Sat., April 22, 6:30pm  
  • Arts


    Moontower Comedy: Just for Laughs

    With two weeks of national and international headliners in larger venues – The Paramount Theatre, Stateside at the Paramount, and ACL Live at The Moody Theater – and a four-day comedy club binge taking over the city from April 19-22, you can see more, better, funnier comedians right here in Austin than you'll see anywhere on the planet. Devon Walker. Seth Myers. Samantha Bee. Leslie Jones. Jenny Slate. Vir Das. Maria Bamford. The Sklar Brothers. Howie Mandel. Preacher Lawson. And, yes, many, many more. See website for details!
    April 12-23. $150 (Club badge).  
  • Film

    Special Screenings

    Mr. Jones (2019)

    Screening as part of the Sounds for All festival by Classical Music for the World, this biopic tells the story of Welsh journalist Gareth Jones (Norton), who boldly reported on famine in Ukraine in the early Thirties. Screening accompanied by a discussion, a Ukrainian cultural exhibition, and musical performances.
    Sat., April 22, 6pm. Free.  
    Covenant United Methodist Church, 4410 Duval Rd.
  • Community


    Old Settler’s Music Festival

    The 36th annual iteration of the fest offers four days of Americana/roots music, camping, jamming, and family fun in beautiful Dale, Texas (just outside of Austin). There'll be music workshops, kids' activities, and a stellar lineup including Yola, the Wood Brothers, Molly Tuttle, Shovels & Rope, Elephant Revival, Tommy Emmanuel, Shinyribs, Sunny War, Melissa Carper, Buffalo Nichols, and lots more.
    April 20-23  
  • Community


    Preservation Austin: Homes Tour

    Preservation Austin offers a unique tour of about a dozen homes focusing on the diversity of styles across the city, from 19th-century treasures to midcentury modern gems.
    Sat.-Sun., April 22-23. $35-$125.
    Various locations
  • Music

    Real Ale's 27th anniversary party w/ Joshua Ray Walker, Garrett T. Capps & NASA Country, Logan Papp

    Three amazing Texas bands join the historic Threadgill's stage: Logan Papp from Dripping Springs at 12:30pm, Garrett T. Capps & NASA Country from San Antonio at 1:15pm, and Joshua Ray Walker from Dallas at 3pm.
    Sat., April 22, noon  
  • Music

    Tread Lightly Art Show

    Art show presented by JDILLACHILLA featuring #wheelchairart and five other local artists on display, plus live music performances from Midnight Milk and ORiAN.
    Sat., April 22, 6pm  
    820 Shelby #103
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