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

TLC band 2017
Push it with TLC at the H-E-B Cedar Park Center on Friday. TLC/Facebook
Idina Menzel
Idina Menzel plays Bass Concert Hall on Saturday. Photo by Natasha Desai
Frank Wo/Men Collective presents <i>Tiskettasket</i>: An Interactive Physical Theatre Show
Experience the absurdity that is Tiskettasket at The Converted Workhouse this weekend. Photo courtesy of Frank Wo/Men Collective
TLC band 2017
Idina Menzel
Frank Wo/Men Collective presents <i>Tiskettasket</i>: An Interactive Physical Theatre Show

Beat the summer heat with cool concerts and festival fun this weekend. For a full list of Austin happenings, visit our events calendar.

Thursday, July 27

Babes Fest
This three-day femme fest showcases leading ladies in three disciplines: comedy, film, and music. The #bossbabesATX-approved roster features more than 15 live performances each day at venues across the city. Events run through Saturday, July 29.

Friday, July 28

Frank Wo/Men Collective presents Tiskettasket
The Converted Workhouse is hosting three performances of Tiskettasket, an interactive — and possibly quite messy — new play. Before each show, audience members will be given a basket of food, which they will use to contribute to the production. Performances run through Sunday, July 30.

I Love the '90s Tour featuring TLC, Mark McGrath, and more
Take a trip back to the '90s with the help of music greats TLC, Rob Base, Mark McGrath (of Sugar Ray fame), Blackstreet, C+C Music Factory, Freedom Williams, and Snap at the H-E-B Center at Cedar Park.

Saturday July 29

Idina Menzel in concert
Songstress Idina Menzel will be at Bass Concert Hall for one incredible evening of music. In addition to new tunes from the "Let It Go" singer's latest album, idina., Menzel will perform pop hits and theater favorites.

Bullock Texas State History Museum presents "Pong to Pokémon: The Evolution of Electronic Gaming"
The Bullock's newest exhibit takes a look at the past — and future — of electronic gaming across the globe. Rare technology, games, and more will be on display, and guests can also play on vintage consoles. "Pong to Pokémon" runs through March 18, 2018.