Whether you’re looking to be active outdoors, go to a cheese and chocolate tasting, or try a new restaurant, your weekend won’t be boring if you follow this extensive list of things to do this weekend in Austin!
What's New in Austin, TX
Events This Weekend
1. Vino Vinyasa at Dreamland
What’s better than yoga and wine? NOTHING! Vino Vinyasa at Dreamland Dripping Springs will be an event you won’t want to miss.
APR 25 | 11AM–12:30PM
2770 West Highway 290Dripping Springs, Texas, 78620
2. The Office! A Murder Mystery Parody
This show is an immersive experience that starts at the State Theatre, but you will be walking short distances to find clues to solve a mystery.
APR 23–25 | SHOWINGS ALL DAY
The Paramount Theatre
713 Congress Ave, Austin, Texas, 78701
3. Live Music at Whitestone Brewery
Watch Sam Lee Grona & Kyle Piland live at Whitestone Brewery for the perfect Saturday evening.
🗓 APR 24 | 6PM–8PM
📍 601 E Whitestone Blvd #500, Cedar Park, Texas, 78613
4. The Sh*tfaced Showcase with Live Blues Band
Austin’s funniest comedians are getting together to put on a drunken showcase at the Sunset Strip Comedy Club. Use code “COMEDYVIP” to take $10 off your ticket.
🗓 APR 22 | 8PM
📍 310 E 3rd. St, Austin, Texas, 78701
5. The Far Out Lounge & East Side Pop Up Presents: Shop Small Saturdaze
You know what this Saturday is? The Last Saturday in April! Shop small with 20+ local vendors spread out over three acres with ample space for social distancing. You can find them every month on the last Saturday.
APR 24 | 12PM–5PM
8504 South Congress Avenue, Austin, Texas, 78745
Staff Pick of the Week
Antonelli's Cheese and Chocolate Tasting
If our love language was a food group, this would be is! Anyone else? Come out to Antonelli’s to taste two of the world’s greatest foods, side-by-side!
APR 25 | 6:30PM–7:30PM
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Featured Blogs of the Week
We absolutely love Spring because of the perfect warm weather, blue skies, and blooming flora. Check out our blogs on the best ways to spend your weekend outside, whether it be hikes in Austin or a road trip to Big Bend National Park and Guadalupe Mountains National Park.
Introducing the Kind Mural! Isn’t she absolutely beautiful? The Kindness Campaign debuted in February 2021 at the South Congress location, in hopes to fundraise donations to help get mental and emotional health resources to Title 1 schools. Anyone can donate to the Kind Mural project, so if you see yourself passing by Amy’s while on SoCo, feel free to make a donation!