Weekend Event Guide
Here are the top 5 things to do in Austin this weekend
We’re seeing world-class tennis, top-tier barbecue, and endless bubbly on the entertainment agenda in our near future. Sip and sample more than 100 hard seltzers at Seltzerland or dance the night away with tracks spun by Steve Aoki live. Check out the top five things to do in Austin this weekend. For a full listing of events, visit our calendar.
Thursday, March 2
Experience world-class women’s tennis up close and personal at Westwood Country Club. The ATX Open will feature 2022 Australian Open finalist Danielle Collins and 2017 U.S. Open champion Sloane Stephens competing in the 32-player singles and 16-team doubles draws. Matches are scheduled through March 5. For more information, visit the ATX Open website.
Steve Aoki in concert
Chart-topping DJ Steve Aoki brings good vibes and fast tempos to Stubb's Bar-B-Q. The mind behind hits like “Just Hold On” and “Back to Earth” comes to Austin in support of his new album, HiROQUEST: Genesis. Get information about ticketing availability here.
Friday, March 3
Rodeo Austin presents BBQ Austin
Indulge in a Texas-sized spread of grilled goodness with the return of BBQ Austin. Guests can experience an elite cook-off showcasing the skills of teams from all over Texas competing for major bragging rights. The two-day event hosted at Travis County Exposition Center will include pony rides, a vendor market, and access to Austin’s largest carnival. For a full schedule of events and to buy tickets, click here.
Saturday, March 4
Cannonball Productions presents Seltzerland
Spend the day in bubbly-good spirits on the grounds at Carson Creek Ranch with a hard seltzer in hand. Seltzerland highlights include a variety of lawn games, a bubble photo booth, a live DJ set, and an afternoon tasting of more than 100 unique hard seltzers. Tickets are available on the festival website.
Neill-Cochran House Museum presents An Evening with Three Iconic Austin Chefs
Celebrate and support three of Austin’s transformational Black chefs with an intimate culinary experience at Neill-Cochran House Museum. Guests will dine on chef-created bites and enjoy a panel discussion with participating chefs Tavel Bristol-Joseph of Canje, Damien Brockway of Distant Relatives, and Amanda Turner of Olamaie, al fresco during a luxurious cocktail reception. Splurge on tickets for two or a group here.