Here are the top 6 things to do in Austin this weekend
Still haven’t shaken summer out of your system? This weekend’s events are the perfect way to extend Austin's summer fun into the fall season. For more happenings around the city, check out our events calendar.
Indie Meme presents Brahmin Bulls
Pop over to Southwest Theaters – Lake Creek 7 for a family-friendly film screening of Brahmin Bulls. Watch the story of an ever-evolving relationship between a father and son, and extend family time beyond the summer season. Tickets are $12 to $15.
Friday, September 11 at 7 pm
Arcos Dance presents The Warriors: A Love Story
Arcos Dance debuts its first company production in Austin with an award-winning performance of The Warriors: A Love Story at the Long Center. Get lost in a story about technology and warfare. Tickets are $18.
Friday, September 11 at 8 pm
Operation American Muscle
Bring the whole family to Camp Mabry this weekend for a day packed with American muscle car awesomeness. The Operation American Muscle car and bike show promises to display some sweet rides for an even sweeter cause. Proceeds from the event will benefit the Wounded Warrior Project. Admission is free for spectators, so bring some lawn chairs.
Saturday, September 12 at 9 am
Austin Book Arts Center Open House
Round up your fellow bookworms and make your way to the Austin Book Arts Center Open House to get an exclusive look at how books are made. Stop by to learn about how you can get involved in one of the 20 workshops on book arts. Admission is free and open to the public.
Saturday, September 12 at 10 am
Dance the night away at the Centroamericanto music festival. Bring your friends to the Austin Scottish Rite Theater and enjoy the sounds of some of the most influential singer-songwriters from the Central American region. Tickets are $20 at the door.
Saturday, September 12 at 8 pm
Long Center presents Ballet Folklórico de México de Amalia Hernández
Get swept away in a ballet production of epic cultural proportions. The Long Center brings Ballet Folklórico de México de Amalia Hernández to the city for one night of beauty and heritage. What better way to end the weekend? Tickets are $29 to $64.
Sunday, September 13 at 7 pm