• Hartman Foundation Concerts in the ParkJuly 1
    Long Center for the Performing Arts 701 W Riverside Dr, Austin, TX 78704

    If rock and blues aren’t your taste, then you may like The Hartman Foundation Concerts in the Park with performances presented by the Austin Symphony Orchestra! A variety of music will be performed, from jazz and light classical to pops selections and film scores and you can enjoy the music with beautiful views of Lady Bird Lake and the downtown skyline. It’s the perfect opportunity to listen to some refined Austin live music on a summer evening with a picnic dinner and group of friends! On July 1st, the Austin Symphony Orchestra’s string ensemble will be performing.

  • Free TangoJuly 2
    Native Hostel and Bar & Kitchen 807 E 4th St, Austin, TX 78702

    Everyone is welcome for a free and fun Tango Night at Native Hostel and Bar & Kitchen! The evening starts at 8 pm with an intro lesson to authentic Argentine Tango (no experience or partner needed) and follows with two hours filled with social dancing by incredible guest DJs. Learning the Tango is a great way to extend the weekend! While you’re at it, you should make this wonderful evening a date night since Native has delicious burgers, sandwiches, salads, and plenty of tasty drinks to choose from! It’s guaranteed you’ll have an amazing night of dancing!

  • 4th of JulyJuly 4
  • Unpluged at the GroveJuly 5
    Shady Grove 1624 Barton Springs Rd, Austin, TX 78704

    Join 93.3 KGSR and Shady Grove by celebrating 25 years of KGSR’s Unplugged at the Grove with free live music every Thursday evening in June at the iconic Shady Grove on Barton Springs Road! Unplugged at the Grove will be 23 weeks of the best live music, food, and fun you’ll experience under the clear, warm skies of Austin, Texas. There will be absolutely no cover charge, that’s why Unplugged at the Grove is the longest free running concert series! Jackie Venson will be performing live on July 5th!

  • Cactus Music FestivalJuly 5
    Chapel In the Hills 14601 Ranch Rd 12, Wimberley, TX 78676

    The Cactus Pear Music Festival is a showcase of chamber music with performances taking place over several weeks in the summer. The season is set with FIVE programs, EIGHTEEN world-class musicians, and FOUR hosting cities! Their goal is to expose people of all ages to enchanting classical music and for everyone to have a spectacular season of sizzlin’ chamber music!

  • Zilker Theatre Productions: All Shook UpJuly 6
    Zilker Hillside Theatre 2206 William Barton Dr, Austin, TX 78704

    Zilker Theater productions have selected All Shook Up as the 60th Annual Zilker Summer Musical, taking you on a journey all the way back to the 1950’s (when the first Zilker summer musicals started). All Shook Up, set in 1950’s Middle America, is a new twist on Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night with 24 Elvis hits! The production starts at dusk around 8:15 pm, but be sure to get there early with your low-backed chairs and blankets to get your spot!

  • Sure ThingJuly 6
    Fallout Theater 616 Lavaca St, Austin, TX 78701

    Sure Thing is a free weekly comedy hosted by Duncan Carson and Brendan K. O’Grady every Saturday starting at 8 pm! This year, Sure Thing has moved to a new location at Fallout Theater. This year Robert Dean, Victrola!, Ron Babcock, Brook Van Poppelen, Jay Whitecotton, Mac Blake, Eric Krug, Bryan Gutmann and Seth Cockfield will be guest comedians! Doors open at 7:30 so get your seat to enjoy great food with great laughs!

  • Live Music at the OasisJuly 7
    Oasis Restaurant 6550 Comanche Trail, Austin, TX 78732

    The Oasis has two live music venues on site, the Starlight Terrace, and Beau’s Backyard. Every weekend, The Oasis hosts local Austin bands of all types of genres to give you a fun and exciting night to remember. Grab some food, have a tasty drink and listen to live music at The Sunset Capital of Texas. Not to mention, every Sundays they also have free salsa lessons! You can find more free concert dates on The Oasis’s Facebook page!

  • Austin Sound and CinemaJuly 11
    Long Center for the Performing Arts 701 W Riverside Dr, Austin, TX 78704

    Do512 and Alamo Drafthouse present Sound & Cinema, six summer nights of live bands paired with classic Hollywood movies. The event is family-friendly, visitors can feast on food truck favorites, as well as cocktails, craft beers and non-alcoholic beverages that are for sale on site. Sound & Cinema brings together all of Austin’s best qualities: music, food, film and the great outdoors!

  • Unpluged at the GroveJuly 12
    Shady Grove 1624 Barton Springs Rd, Austin, TX 78704

    Join 93.3 KGSR and Shady Grove by celebrating 25 years of KGSR’s Unplugged at the Grove with free live music every Thursday evening in June at the iconic Shady Grove on Barton Springs Road! Unplugged at the Grove will be 23 weeks of the best live music, food, and fun you’ll experience under the clear, warm skies of Austin, Texas. There will be absolutely no cover charge, that’s why Unplugged at the Grove is the longest free running concert series! The Peterson Brothers will be performing live on July 12th!

  • Music on the SquareJuly 13
    Williamson County Courthouse 710 S Main St, Georgetown, TX 78626

    If it is not too far from you, venture to the Courthouse Square in Georgetown to listen to some live music. So grab your friends, take some food to go from one of the local spots or pick up dinner and bring it with you for a lovely picnic and settle in for an experience that is bound to be music to your ears. All concerts are from 6:30 pm- 8:30 pm on Friday nights. On July 13th, Lexxi Garza will be performing live!

  • Movies at the LakeJuly 13
    Lake Kyle 700 Lehman Rd, Kyle, TX 78640

    The 2018 season of movies at Lake Kyle will be the best yet with blockbuster movies and great opportunities to have fun at beautiful Lake Kyle! Make sure to bring your blankets, folding chairs and movie snacks to enjoy a relaxing evening by the water. The City of Kyle Parks and Recreation Department has a movie screen with a viewable screen size is 26′ x 15′ with a 30 ft. diagonal; now that’s a huge screen! On July 13th, the movie they will be playing is Jaws!

  • Jaws on the WaterJuly 13- July 14
    Beachside Billy’s 16107 FM2769, Leander, TX 78641

    What was that thing that just brushed against your foot, you wonder as you float through the waters of a man made lake during an on the water screening of the cult classic, Jaws. This summer, test your courage during the Alamo Drafthouse annual summer event, a much loved tradition amongst Austinites! But be prepared, tickets sell out incredibly fast!

  • Star PartyJuly 14
    Westcave Outdoor Discovery Center 24814 Hamilton Pool Rd, Round Mountain, TX 78663

    Tour the night skies at Westcave Preserve, a dark sky location convenient to Austin. Star Party nights are an ideal opportunity to enjoy an evening gazing at the stars through a high-quality telescope and discovering more about the night sky. With local astronomers on hand to answer questions, you’ll be delighted and amazed by what you see and learn! This the perfect event if you’re always curious and willing to learn!

  • Hartman Foundation Concerts in the ParkJuly 15
    Long Center for the Performing Arts 701 W Riverside Dr, Austin, TX 78704

    If rock and blues aren’t your taste, then you may like The Hartman Foundation Concerts in the Park with performances presented by the Austin Symphony Orchestra! A variety of music will be performed, from jazz and light classical to pops selections and film scores and you can enjoy the music with beautiful views of Lady Bird Lake and the downtown skyline. It’s the perfect opportunity to listen to some refined Austin live music on a summer evening with a picnic dinner and group of friends! On July 15, the Austin Symphony Orchestra’s woodwind ensemble will be performing.

  • Trailer Food TuesdaysJuly 17
    Long Center for the Performing Arts 701 W Riverside Dr, Austin, TX 78704

    Austin invented food trucks, and every summer the Long Center hosts the finest selection of trailer food in Central Texas. Sample delicious food from food trucks of Austin with the downtown skyline as the backdrop at Trailer Food Tuesdays where 14-16 of Austin’s finest food trailers line up in one place with family-friendly live music from 5 pm – 9 pm!

  • Blues on the GreenJuly 18
    Zilker Park 2100 Barton Springs Rd, Austin, TX 78704

    Austinites are always longing for live music, and during these long summer nights, there are plenty of chances to get your fill! Blues on the Green is the longest series of free summertime concerts hosted by KGSR Radio Austin! KGSR invites music lovers to Zilker Park every Wednesday of every month in the summer to enjoy a family (and pet-friendly!) night of music in a comfortable atmosphere. These free concerts feature performances by popular local bands with a variety of different genres. The audience is invited to bring lawn chairs and blankets, pack a picnic and bring the whole family out for a unique musical experience!

  • Unpluged at the GroveJuly 19
    Shady Grove 1624 Barton Springs Rd, Austin, TX 78704

    Join 93.3 KGSR and Shady Grove by celebrating 25 years of KGSR’s Unplugged at the Grove with free live music every Thursday evening in June at the iconic Shady Grove on Barton Springs Road! Unplugged at the Grove will be 23 weeks of the best live music, food, and fun you’ll experience under the clear, warm skies of Austin, Texas. There will be absolutely no cover charge, that’s why Unplugged at the Grove is the longest free running concert series! Asleep at the Wheel will be performing live on July 19th!

  • Music on the SquareJuly 20
    Williamson County Courthouse 710 S Main St, Georgetown, TX 78626

    If it is not too far from you, venture to the Courthouse Square in Georgetown to listen to some live music. So grab your friends, take some food to go from one of the local spots or pick up dinner and bring it with you for a lovely picnic and settle in for an experience that is bound to be music to your ears. All concerts are from 6:30 pm- 8:30 pm on Friday nights. On July 20th, Wilson String will be performing live!

  • Mother and Son DanceJuly 20
    Cedar Park Recreation Center 1435 Main St, Cedar Park, TX 78613

    Enjoy an evening full of fun, laughter, and dancing with your son or sons! The Cedar Park Recreation Center will be providing light refreshments and snacks and the theme of this year’s dance is Hollywood stars and lights! All ages welcome and keep in mind that the last day to sign up and register for the dance is July 16th! Don’t miss out on a chance to connect and have quality time with your son!

  • Pfloating Movie NightsJuly 20
    Scott Mentzer Pool and Heritage Park 901 Old Austin Hutto Rd, Pflugerville, TX 78660

    Pflugerville’s annual Pfloating movie nights are back this summer! On July 20th the movie that will be shown is Madagascar! From the largest elephant to the smallest shrew, the city of Zootopia is a mammal metropolis where various animals live and thrive. Please keep in mind that Scott Mentzer Pool only allows pool noodles and clear inner tubes. If you don’t have any tubes, you can rent them! And if you get hungry during the movie, grab a snack at the concession stands!

  • Jaws on the WaterJuly 20- July 21
    Beachside Billy’s 16107 FM2769, Leander, TX 78641

    What was that thing that just brushed against your foot, you wonder as you float through the waters of a man made lake during an on the water screening of the cult classic, Jaws. This summer, test your courage during the Alamo Drafthouse annual summer event, a much loved tradition amongst Austinites! But be prepared, tickets sell out incredibly fast!

  • New Media Art and Sound SummitJuly 20- July 22
    TBD

    The New Media Art and Sound Summit (NMASS) is a three day festival of experimental music based performances, site-specific installations, workshops and lectures hosted by the volunteer-run nonprofit organization, Church of the Friendly Ghost (COTFG). Keep track of this year’s participants by checking up on their website for new updates!

  • Float FestJuly 21- July 22
    Cool River Ranch 601 Dupuy Ranch RD, Martindale, TX 78655

    Whether you love music, rides, or just want to spend a weekend floating the river with friends, we guarantee that you will have fun at Float Fest this July! Float Fest is an annual music festival on the San Marcos River and this year’s lineup is better than ever! This year’s lineup includes Tame Impala, Bassnectar, Snoop Dogg, Modest Mouse, Run the Jewels, Glass Animals, Lil Wayne and even more!

  • City Wide Garage SaleJuly 21- July 22
    Palmer Events Center 900 Barton Springs Rd, Austin, TX 78704

    City Wide Garage Sale is a large indoor gathering and vintage and collectible market where unique vendors sell used items, vintage collectibles, and unusual antiques. Each sale attracts an eclectic mix of shoppers: collectors, college students, interior decorators, set designers, wardrobe consultants, families, and of course, the just plain curious! Your curiosity will be rewarded with an amazing, ever-changing array of vintage and used treasures!

  • Body Mind Spirit ExpoJuly 21- July 22
    Palmer Events Center 900 Barton Springs Rd, Austin, TX 78704

    Body Mind Spirit brings refreshed energy this year through new thought presentations, wonderful exhibits, the best advances in alternative health and the nations finest selections of psychics and mediums. These exhibits and presentations will have you smiling throughout the entire weekend! Make sure to mark your calendars, and enjoy the expo!

  • Hartman Foundation Concerts in the ParkJuly 22
    Long Center for the Performing Arts 701 W Riverside Dr, Austin, TX 78704

    If rock and blues aren’t your taste, then you may like The Hartman Foundation Concerts in the Park with performances presented by the Austin Symphony Orchestra! A variety of music will be performed, from jazz and light classical to pops selections and film scores and you can enjoy the music with beautiful views of Lady Bird Lake and the downtown skyline. It’s the perfect opportunity to listen to some refined Austin live music on a summer evening with a picnic dinner and group of friends! On July 22, the Austin Symphony Orchestra’s brass ensemble will be performing.

  • Austin Sound and CinemaJuly 25
    Long Center for the Performing Arts 701 W Riverside Dr, Austin, TX 78704

    Do512 and Alamo Drafthouse present Sound & Cinema, six summer nights of live bands paired with classic Hollywood movies. The event is family-friendly, visitors can feast on food truck favorites, as well as cocktails, craft beers and non-alcoholic beverages that are for sale on site. Sound & Cinema brings together all of Austin’s best qualities: music, food, film and the great outdoors!

  • The Wine DownJuly 25
    ACL Live at The Moody Theater 310 W Willie Nelson Blvd #1A, Austin, TX 78701

    The Wine Down, back for its sixth year, is a music series that is anchored towards driving people downtown to the 2nd Street District to experience lively nights of shopping, eating, and strolling the 2nd Street corridor. Each month, a different restaurant provides food samples and happy hour specials, while KUTX D.J.s entertain the crowd with great music. Proceeds from the Wine Down will be benefiting the Austin Music Foundation. Grace Pettis Band will be performing live on July 25th!

  • Unpluged at the GroveJuly 26
    Shady Grove 1624 Barton Springs Rd, Austin, TX 78704

    Join 93.3 KGSR and Shady Grove by celebrating 25 years of KGSR’s Unplugged at the Grove with free live music every Thursday evening in June at the iconic Shady Grove on Barton Springs Road! Unplugged at the Grove will be 23 weeks of the best live music, food, and fun you’ll experience under the clear, warm skies of Austin, Texas. There will be absolutely no cover charge, that’s why Unplugged at the Grove is the longest free running concert series! Roger Creager will be performing live on July 26th!

  • Music on the SquareJuly 27
    Williamson County Courthouse 710 S Main St, Georgetown, TX 78626

    If it is not too far from you, venture to the Courthouse Square in Georgetown to listen to some live music. So grab your friends, take some food to go from one of the local spots or pick up dinner and bring it with you for a lovely picnic and settle in for an experience that is bound to be music to your ears. All concerts are from 6:30 pm- 8:30 pm on Friday nights. On July 27th, The Staylyns will be performing live!

  • Movies in the ParkJuly 27
    Robin Bledsoe Park 601 S Bagdad Rd, Leander, TX 78641

    Movies in the Park provides families the opportunity to spend time together under the stars all while enjoying first run movies all for free! On July 27th, the movie featured is Despicable Me 3! The movie is also pet-friendly, so make sure you bring your dogs! But make sure they are on a leash! There will be music and games before the movie, and the movie will begin just after dusk. Make sure to bring your lawn chairs, blankets, and a picnic dinner. Be sure not to bring any glass containers; they are not allowed.

  • Jaws on the WaterJuly 27- July 28
    Beachside Billy’s 16107 FM2769, Leander, TX 78641

    What was that thing that just brushed against your foot, you wonder as you float through the waters of a man made lake during an on the water screening of the cult classic, Jaws. This summer, test your courage during the Alamo Drafthouse annual summer event, a much loved tradition amongst Austinites! But be prepared, tickets sell out incredibly fast!

  • Classic Game FestJuly 28- July 29
    Palmer Events Center 900 Barton Springs Rd, Austin, TX 78704

    Enjoy 70,000 square feet of retro video games and fun at one of the largest retro game conventions in the country! This two-day fest includes free play on game systems and aracades, the opportunity to buy and sell classic games and consoles, and more. Overlooking Lady Bird Lake and the downtown Austin skyline, the Palmer Events Center is conveniently located only a short walk from many hotels, restaurants, bus stops, and bike rental stations. You are guaranteed to have a great time!

  • Hartman Foundation Concerts in the ParkJuly 29
    Long Center for the Performing Arts 701 W Riverside Dr, Austin, TX 78704

    If rock and blues aren’t your taste, then you may like The Hartman Foundation Concerts in the Park with performances presented by the Austin Symphony Orchestra! A variety of music will be performed, from jazz and light classical to pops selections and film scores and you can enjoy the music with beautiful views of Lady Bird Lake and the downtown skyline. It’s the perfect opportunity to listen to some refined Austin live music on a summer evening with a picnic dinner and group of friends! On July 29, the Austin Symphony Orchestra’s big band ensemble will be performing.

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