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October 29
12:00 PM
Recognized as one of the top film festivals in the country, the annual Austin Film Festival shines the spotlight on top-billed films and indies alike. Among the movies that will ...
Editors' Pick
6:00 PM
Channel your inner candy connoisseur and settle in at MAX's Wine Dive for a night of sweet sips and scrumdiddlyumptious bites. Your $65 Golden Ticket to the Willy Wonka ...
Editors' Pick
6:00 PM
The Drawing Lines District 7 event will feature artist Teruko Nimura. Drawing Lines is an artist-driven, community-based project commissioned in response to Austin’s historic political transformation. The project, divided ...
7:00 PM
House of Torment - Austin’s oldest, gruesomely haunted house - is rising from the dead of summer and ready to psychologically thrill and chill fans. With superstition on House of Torment ...
7:30 PM
No city loves Halloween more than Austin, and Texas Performing Arts is kicking off this year’s celebration with a screening of the 1931 film Frankenstein, starring Boris Karloff as ...
7:30 PM
Experience passion and seduction in the seven-time Tony Award®-winning musical Evita, in an all-new production created by ZACH. Revered by her people as an advocate for the poor, Eva ...
8:00 PM
Austin Playhouse will present the Austin premiere of The Norwegians, the new play by award-winning local playwright C. Denby Swanson. The Norwegians is a delightfully dark comedy about women scorned ...
8:00 PM
The Nelson Family Legacy continues as Ricky Nelson’s twins, Matthew and Gunnar, present an interactive, multi-media rock & roll concert experience, taking the audience on a musical journey down memory ...
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