Hosted by Art Alliance Austin, Austin’s iconic annual art fair will sport more than 100 exhibiting artists this year.
Carnaval in Austin is one of the biggest Brazilian Carnaval celebrations outside Brazil.
The beautiful fall weather here in Austin beckons us outside to explore all of the city’s many parks and trails, followed by a stop by one of the many restaurants and cafes offering outdoor dining. Now is the time to meet up with friends and take in the fresh air because is doesn’t get any better than fall in Austin.
This is the only beer festival for and by Texas Brewers. Features the best of Texas craft brewers and displays the beer community.
Watch dozens of hot air balloons float over Lake Travis in the early morning.
The July 4th Symphony and Fireworks is an Austin Tradition. Free Fireworks, and a Free Live performance by the Austin Symphony. Great food and drinks, and a variety of local Arts & Crafts vendors.
Fusebox is a hybrid arts festival that champions adventurous works of art in theater, dance, film, music, literature, visual and culinary arts.
Rare gems and old favorites hand-picked by I Luv Video staffers are served up free at Spider Hour Ballroom every week during Cinemondays. Enjoy pre-show clips and trivia (with prizes, of course), $2 Lone Star tallboys all night and all kinds of mind-melting cinematic brilliance.
Fantastic Fest is the largest genre film festival in the U.S., specializing in horror, fantasy, sci-fi, action and just plain fantastic movies from all around the world. Past years’ guest roster has included such talent as Mel Gibson, Bill Murray, Paul Rudd and Kevin Smith.
An envied hotbed of technological start-ups and a live music persona renowned the world over, Austin has welcomed its next chapter in the entertainment industry, the Capital City Black Film Festival.
For eleven days, drink and dine while giving back at some of Austin’s best restaurants, bars and food trailers.
In the summer, Austin Chamber Music heats things up with three weeks of glorious chamber music indulgence and excess! We invite the finest touring ensembles to our fair city to give us the richest experiences they can muster up.
Bikin’ Betties is a ladies-only bike ride on Monday nights. It’s a great way to meet fellow female cyclists, get a bit of a workout, learn awesome bike routes around our city, and become more skilled and confident on our bikes. Anyone who gender identifies as a woman is welcome.
This local music festival is held in the northern ‘burbs of Austin and features local bands and artists. Food trailers, games and a craft beer garden will be on site for the event.
Join The North Door this July 4th for water activities, hotdogs, and live music across the street at 6th and Brushy (901 East 6th) - Our 1st Annual Water Park & Music Picnic!
Each week a different restaurant from the district and surrounding downtown area will be on-site providing food samples while guests enjoy happy hour priced glasses featuring Thorny Rose Wines.
Spend this Independence Day with this annual show by the Austin Symphony Orchestra at the beautiful Circuit of The Americas (COTA)!