Weekend Event Guide

Here are the top 5 things to do in Austin this weekend

Here are the top 5 things to do in Austin this weekend

Solstice Festival
Enjoy live music and more at Solstice Festival 2017. Photo courtesy of Solstice Festival
Easy Tiger presents Celis Launch Party (Downtown)
Toast to the launch of Celis Brewery at 365 by Whole Foods Market. Photo courtesy of Easy Tiger
Bruce Robison and Kelly Willis
Bruce Robison and Kelly Willis are playing ACL Live with Ray Benson and Dale Watson on Friday night. Photo courtesy of Kelly Willis and Bruce Robison
Solstice Festival
Easy Tiger presents Celis Launch Party (Downtown)
Bruce Robison and Kelly Willis

Music, beer, and festival fun top this weekend’s hottest events in Austin. Raise a glass at a brewery launch party or catch a wide variety of music legends in concert. For a full list of happenings, visit our calendar.

Thursday, June 15

Easy Tiger presents Celis Brewery Launch Party
Austin’s first craft beer brewery is back with a bang. Meet and mingle with Christine Celis, while you sip new beers from Celis Brewery at Easy Tiger's new location at 365 by Whole Foods Market. Be among the first 50 guests and take home a logo glass.

Solstice Festival 2017
Catch live music performances, yoga workshops, locally created artwork, and more at Solstice Festival. This year's fest is hosted at several venues across the city on Thursday and Friday, culminating with a 10-hour streak of live music at Pan Am Park on Saturday. The lineup includes JJ Grey & Mofro, Built to Spill, Bright Light Social Hour, Golden Dawn Arkestra, and many more.

Friday, June 16

Bruce Robison and Kelly Willis with Ray Benson and Dale Watson in concert
Husband-and-wife duo Bruce Robison and Kelly Willis will be joined by fellow stars Ray Benson and Dale Watson on the ACL Live stage for one special night.

Saturday, June 17

Chicago and The Doobie Brothers in concert
Rock legends Chicago and The Doobie Brothers join forces for a co-headlining tour at the Austin360 Amphitheater. Don't miss your chance to "Listen to the Music."

The Revolution in concert
Just a few days after what would have been his 59th birthday, Prince's original band, The Revolution, will make a stop in Austin to celebrate the life and music of an icon. Head to ACL Live to hear Prince's beloved hits.