Weekend Event Guide
Here are the top 5 things to do in Austin this weekend
Easter weekend in Austin marks the return of Austin Reggae Fest, Fusebox Festival, and the annual Jo's Pet Parade. See our top event picks below, and for a full list of happenings, visit our calendar.
Thursday, April 13
13th Annual Fusebox Festival
Fusebox Festival is back for another round of live performances, discussions, fun parties, and much more. The roster features more than 200 local, national, and international artists at more than 20 venues across the city. For a full list of events, which run through Sunday, April 16, visit the Fusebox website.
Friday, April 14
Austin Reggae Fest
Austin Reggae Fest returns to Auditorium Shores with great vibes and even greater music. Catch live performances from Tarrus Riley, Jesse Royal, Akae Beka, and more. Bring your own chairs and blankets. The fest runs through Sunday, April 16.
Saturday, April 15
Jo's Coffee presents 18th Annual Pet Parade & Costume Contest
Pet lovers far and wide are invited to this fun Austin tradition. Take a stroll along South Congress for the Pet Parade and enjoy a day of family- and fur-friendly activities, including a bounce house, a visit from the Easter Bunny, and more.
The Peached Tortilla Social House presents Milkshake and Breakfast Sandwich Pop-up
Following its success during SXSW, the Peached Tortilla is putting on another pop-up featuring delectable doughnut milkshakes and savory breakfast sandwiches. Foodies should ready their taste buds for two new milkshake flavors.
Bob Weir & the Campfire Band in concert
Legendary musician Bob Weir and his Campfire Band are coming to the ACL Live stage for two can't-miss shows on Saturday and Sunday. Weir will perform songs from his most recent project, Blue Mountain, his first solo record in a decade.