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A note regarding COVID-19

Due to concerns over the spread of coronavirus, some events have been postponed or canceled. Please make sure to check the event website, social media, or call ahead to confirm an event is still taking place if you are interested in attending.

Upcoming Events in The Hill Country

Brackettville

Fort Clark Days

March 1-2

Fort Clark Springs, 152 McClernand Road

This Texas living history festival celebrates the indigenous, military, and unique history of one of the last horse cavalry posts in the country. The two-day event offers a school field trip day, over 100 living historians, arts and crafts vendors, food vendors, more than 60 musicians, a movie in the historic Post Theater, wagon tours of the district, and a street dance. Admission is free.

fortclarkdays.org

Fredericksburg

First Friday Art Walk

March 1, April 5, May 3

Various locations

Participating fine art galleries remain open until 8 p.m. on the first Friday of every month, so visitors and visiting artists can have more time to enjoy new shows, demonstrations, and receptions.

facebook.com/first-friday-art-walk-fredericksburg-401466143219898

Georgetown

Georgetown Swirl

March 2

The Georgetown Square, 817 S. Main St.

The 14th annual Georgetown Swirl includes tastings from Texas wineries as well as food from local restaurants. Each attendee receives a commemorative tasting glass and has their choice of 10 wine samples and a tasting at participating restaurants. Retail locations have Swirl shopping specials for guests. Live jazz music by Swing Shift sets a fun and festive mood. This year’s theme is The Golden Girls to embrace the gold and ivory elements linked to a traditional 14th anniversary.

swirl.georgetown.org

Bandera

Market Day

March 2, April 6, May 4

On the first Saturday of the month, arts and crafts vendors set up their pop-up shops along Main Street. Artists and craftspeople present original works while farmers sell produce, canned goods, and baked goods.

banderabusiness.com

Bandera Cattle Company Gunfighters

March 2, 9, 16, 23, 30

Rattlesnake Ridge, 126 SH 16S

On Saturdays, see the Bandera Cattle Company Gunfighters reenact 1800s gunfights twice a day at Rattlesnake Ridge located behind the Bandera Visitors Center.

facebook.com/banderagunfighters

Cowboys on Main

Mar. 2, 9, 16, 23, 30

Enjoy free cowboy fun in downtown Bandera. Activities can include chuckwagon storytelling, hopping on a saddle-broke longhorn, or taking a horse-drawn wagon tour of Bandera.

banderabusiness.com

Kerrville

Kerr County Market Days and Hill Country Swap Meet

March 2

Kerr County Hill Country Youth Event Center, 3785 SH 27

Market Days continues to feature artists and crafters bringing their own original handcrafted items, while Hill Country Swap Meet is a community garage sale/flea market.

kerrmarketdays.org

Bandera

Morning Ride with Cowboy Breakfast

March 3, 10, 17, 24, 31

Major Hope Corral, 749 Old Medina Highway

Join Bandera Historical Rides for a Sunday morning cowboy breakfast and horseback ride at Major Hope Corral, a horse rescue center outside of Bandera.

banderahistoricalrides.com

Ingram

Fiber and Jewelry Show

March 4-April 12

Hill Country Arts Foundation, 120 Point Theatre Road

This exhibit features fiber art and jewelry by artists from across Texas. The show opens with an evening artist reception.

hcaf.com

Kerrville

Art Exhibits

March 4-April 12

Kerr Arts and Cultural Center, 228 Earl Garrett St.

The Kerr Art and Cultural Center presents three separate art exhibits: “Watercolors” by Kandi Stimson, “Celestial” featuring paintings by Gary Lovelace and Melissa Muse, and “Heaven and Earth,” a KACC membership show.

kacckerrville.com

Bandera

Cowboy Opry

March 5, April 2, May 7

Silver Sage, 803 Buck Creek

On the first Tuesday of the month, come see Grand Ole Opry-style entertainment at the Silver Sage senior center, with refreshments and door prizes included.

silversage.org

Texas Wool Week: Bandera Fiber and Arts Week and Festival

March 5-10

The Sheep Walk Ranch,  5305 SH 173 North

Texas Wool Week started as a one-week retreat for friends and has transformed into a working-farm experience with fiber and arts vendors, musical entertainment, day-trip adventures during the week along with shearing days and more. The Bandera Fiber and Arts Festival on March 8-9 is the capstone of the week, with live music, demonstrations, and vendors.

banderafiberandarts.com

Kerrville

Hill Country Cluster of Dogs Show

March 7-10

Kerr County Hill Country Youth Event Center, 3785 SH 27

Almost 700 dogs compete in different classes at this free and family-friendly event that also has vendors and food trucks.

onofrio.com

Austin

SXSW Music, Film, and Interactive Conference and Festival

March 8-16

Austin Convention Center and Downtown Austin, 500 E. Cesar Chavez St.

Every spring, crowds descend on downtown Austin to experience the world-renowned SXSW conference and festivals. Consisting of three main components—Interactive, Music, and Film—each track brings top creatives and global professionals together to collaborate during this exciting 10-day event.

sxsw.com

Rodeo Austin

March 8-23

Travis County Exposition Center, 7311 Decker Lane

Over the years, Rodeo Austin has grown from a show featuring 16 animals into one of Austin’s premier events featuring pro rodeo events, daily concerts, and a livestock show.

rodeoaustin.com

Steve Treviño

March 8

Bass Concert Hall, 2350 Robert Dedman Drive

Comedian Steve Treviño is “America’s favorite husband.” He can “speak wife fluently,” he never calls “the guys” for help on a home project, and he knows better than to “make his own decisions,” since decision-making is a privilege reserved solely for his wife, Renae. His relatable approach affirms his status as one of the country’s fastest-rising comics.

texasperformingarts.org

Unified Jam

March 8

Austin Central Library, 710 W. Cesar Chavez St.

Looking to create change in your community this year? Unified Jam is the annual celebration of activism culture. Expect leading organizers, hundreds of activists, in-depth panels, app activations, red carpet interviews, a rooftop reception, community portraits, exhibitors, a live T-shirt printing, VIP room and art gallery, drag show, and much more.

Boerne

A Day at the Farm and Farmers Market

March 2-May 25

Historic Herff Farm, 33 Herff Road

Every Saturday, Herff Farm invites visitors to its open-air farmers market. Come hike the trails, shop in the open air, get gardening inspiration, take classes on growing your food, help the Cibolo Center for Conservation maintain the land through volunteer service projects, or get new recipe ideas.

cibolo.org/locations/herff-farm

Boerne Market Days

March 9-10, April 13-14, May 11-12

Main Plaza, 100 N. Main St.

Shop at hundreds of festive booths displaying everything from collectibles and remembrances of the past to modern innovations that bring a smile of wonder to those who stroll past.

boernemarketdays.com

Bluegrass Jam at The AgriCultural

March 9, 23; April 13, 27; May 11, 25

The AgriCultural Museum and Arts Center, 102 City Park Road

Every second and fourth Saturday of the month, The AgriCultural Museum and Arts Center invites you to bring your instrument and play along, or just come to listen to the Bluegrass Jam.

theagricultural.org/bluegrass-jams

Kuhlmann-King Museum Tour

March 9, 23; April 13, 27; May 11, 25

Kuhlmann-King Museum, 402 E. Blanco Road

The Kuhlmann-King house gives the public the opportunity to step back in time to see what a historic Boerne home looked like “way back when.” Monthly events and themes vary.

facebook.com/kuhlmannkinghouse

Kerrville

Jaret Ray Reddick in Concert

March 9

The Arcadia Live Theater, 717 Water St.

Many know Jaret Ray Reddick best in his role as frontman of the pop-punk band Bowling for Soup, but before the world of punk rock came calling for him, a lifelong love of country music was instilled in him from a young age. 

thearcadialive.org

Fredericksburg

Friends of Gillespie County Country Schools Open House Schedule

March 9

Willow City School, 2501 RR 1323

Tour the Willow City School built in 1905 and enjoy hands-on flower pressing and Texas wildflower identification. The Friends of Gillespie County Country Schools are former students of the closed rural schools and members of the community who are interested in working to protect and preserve the traditions of the schools, the community clubs, and the history of Gillespie County for future generations.

historicschools.org

San Marcos

Art Squared Arts Market

March 11, April 8, May 13

Hays County Historic Courthouse, 111 E. San Antonio St.

Art Squared Arts Market is a juried arts and fine crafts market that brings the best local artists together in one place. Find great art of all kinds, live music, a free children’s arts and crafts booth, and live art demonstrations.

artsquaredmarket.com

Fredericksburg

Spring Break Living History Week

March 11-16

Pioneer Museum, 325 W. Main St.

Experience living history activities including music and storytelling, blacksmithing, frontier living, country school, corn shelling, butter churning, corn husk doll making, pioneer laundry, old-fashioned toys and games, tomahawk throwing, and rope making.

pioneermuseum.org

Austin

San Antonio Spurs I-35 Series

March 15, 17

Moody Center, 2001 Robert Dedman Drive

Watch the San Antonio Spurs take on the Denver Nuggets on March 15th, and then the Brooklyn Nets on March 17th.

moodycenteratx.com/events/category/sports

Llano

Llano River Chuckwagon Cookoff

March 15-16

Badu Park , 300 Legion Drive

Since 2005, a group of chuckwagon enthusiasts gather on the banks of the Llano River and go back in time to an era when the West was settled. Each wagon cooks and serves a meal of chicken fried steak, potatoes, beans, bread, and a dessert. Cooks use traditional cooking methods from that era, wear traditional dress, and experience traditional neighborly fun as they compete for prizes in a number of categories.

llanochuckwagoncookoff.com

Fredericksburg

Trade Days

March 15-17, April 19-21, May 17-19

Fredericksburg Trade Days, 355 Sunday Farms Lane

Shop more than 350 vendors in seven barns and acres of antiques, collectibles, tools, crafts, shabby chic, primitives, ranch furniture, hunting accessories, candles, unique clothing, jewelry, food, and other items.

fbgtradedays.com

Wildflower Celebration

March 15-April 30

Wildseed Farms, 100 Legacy Drive

Celebrate spring and enjoy the many wildflower fields that begin blooming as early as mid-March. Enjoy viewing and snapping photos of the wildflower fields in full bloom along with two butterfly gardens.

wildseedfarms.com

Kerrville

Concerts by the River

March 15, May 17

Louise Hays Park, 202 Thompson Drive

Pack your lawn chairs and picnic blankets and come out to the park to enjoy free evening concerts along the banks of the beautiful Guadalupe River.

kerrvilletx.gov

Border Terrier Club of America’s National Specialty Show

March 15-21

Kerr County Hill Country Youth Event Center, 3785 SH 27

Watch as handlers and their dogs compete in agility, scent work, obedience, conformation, and other skill tests at the Border Terrier Club of America’s National Specialty Show.

specialty.btcoa.org

Ingram

“Deathtrap”

March 15-30

Hill Country Arts Foundation, 120 Point Theatre Road

In Ira Levin’s classic comedic thriller “Deathtrap,” a washed-up playwright finds a chance to rise to the top once more, a shot he’d be willing to kill for. 

hcaf.com

Blanco

Market Day

March 16

Old Blanco Courthouse, 300 Main St.

Shop from over 70 vendors offering homemade crafts, apparel, home décor, plants, baked goods, art, embroidery and crocheted items, and jewelry. Food vendors are on site, and live music fills the air.

historicblanco.org/market-day

Boerne

Rudi and the Rudiments in Concert

March 16

Cave Without a Name Throne Room, 325 Kreutzberg Road

Enjoy an evening of contemporary acoustic music, soaring vocal harmonies, and a percussive tribal/world-beat vibe performed on an unusual mix of ancient and modern instruments, all focused on the theme of the Spring Equinox as a time of re-birth and renewed energy. Some of this concert is performed in total darkness, illuminated by periods of flickering candlelight, providing a visually rich, spellbinding setting and mesmerizing listening environment.

cavewithoutaname.com/event-calendar

Bandera

Ham Rodeo

March 16

Mansfield Park, 2886 SH 16 North

The Bandera Wranglers, an all-volunteer nonprofit, hosts this annual rodeo that features vendors, wild hogs, barbecue, a concert, and interactive activities.

facebook.com/thebanderawranglers

Fredericksburg

Mud Dauber Festival and Chili Cookoff

March 16

Luckenbach Texas, 412 Luckenbach Town Loop

Named in honor of the pesky insect, this open chili cookoff and live music festival shows why Luckenbach has some of the best mud in the universe.

luckenbachtexas.com

Junction

Predator Calling Contest

March 16-17

Hunt for predators in this Calling Contest, where there’s a $1,500 payout. The point system pays out for mountain lions, bobcats, coyotes, red foxes, grey foxes, and raccoons. See the contest rules on the website.

junctiontexas.com/predator-calling-contest

Bandera

Thunder in the Hill Country

March 21-24

Mansfield Park, 2886 SH 16 North

Come celebrate the 22nd annual Thunder in the Hill Country, an event held at Bandera’s Mansfield Park that consists of tent camping, a poker run, vendors, food, field events, music Friday and Saturday at the 11th Street Cowboy Bar, a bike show, tattoo contest, and other activities.

bikerralliesoftexas.com

Third Thursday Cowboy Camp with Lew Peterbaugh

March 21-May 16

Bandera Beverage Barn, 1407 SH 16 North

Bring your guitar to play along or simply come to listen. Pickers who play cowboy, Texas, or Western swing music are welcome to sit in.

banderacowboycapital.com

Austin

NASCAR at COTA

March 23-24

Circuit of The Americas, 9201 Circuit of the Americas Blvd.

Circuit of The Americas (COTA) welcomes race fans this March when NASCAR returns to Austin for the second time, courtesy of Speedway Motorsports. Experience another unforgettable race weekend with the running of the NASCAR Cup Series, Xfinity Series, and Camping World Truck Series.

circuitoftheamericas.com/event/nascar

Dripping Springs

Brewers Fest

March 23

Stephenson Building, 311 Old Fitzhugh Road

The Dripping Springs Brewers Festival is the latest in a lineup of events that celebrates this area’s award-winning artisans. The festival features several of the Hill Country region’s top craft beers and those who brew them. Visitors must purchase a wristband to enter. Additional highlights included live music plus a variety of food options and a keepsake plastic mug.

destinationdrippingsprings.com/p/events/dripping-springs-brewers-festival

Fredericksburg

Hill Country Indian Artifact Show

March 23

Lady Bird Johnson Municipal Park, 432 Lady Bird Drive

Featuring a wide variety of some of the finest Native American artifacts from Texas and the United States, the show items include arrowheads, pottery, beads, cases, and books. Plus, there are door prizes and food is available for purchase.

hillcountryindianartifacts.com

Canyon Lake

Dinosaur Day

March 23

The Heritage Museum of the Texas Hill Country, 4831 FM 2673

Join the Heritage Museum of the Texas Hill Country for an afternoon event that features fossil digs, dinosaur track tours, guest speakers, and other educational yet fun activities.

theheritagemuseum.com

Bandera

Frontier Times Fourth Sunday Jamboree

March 24-May 26

Frontier Times Museum, 510 13th St.

The Frontier Times Museum presents this jamboree on the fourth Sunday of each month. The event includes live music, storytelling, and fun for all ages.

frontiertimesmuseum.org

Fredericksburg

Texas Hill Country Wineries’ Wine and Wildflower Journey

March 25-April 19

Various locations

Get tickets online to receive full complimentary tastings and wine discounts at dozens of participating wineries on this self-guided tour.

texashillcountrywineries.org

Kerrville

Easter Bike Tour

March 29-31

Schreiner University, 2100 Memorial Blvd.

Experience the charm and hospitality of the Texas Hill Country and three days of the best riding Texas has to offer. Quiet, well-paved roads, fully stocked rest stops, and panoramic scenery have made this tour one of the premier cycling events in Texas, with routes suitable for all categories of participants—from novices to experienced riders.

easterbiketour.com

Burnet

Hill Country Lawn and Garden Show

March 30

AgriLife Auditorium, 607 N. Vandeveer St.

The annual Hill Country Lawn and Garden Show, sponsored by the Highland Lakes Master Gardeners, is a free event with indoor and outdoor activities and vendors, open rain or shine. The day is filled with over 30 artisans and garden vendors offering all types of plants, along with garden- and outdoor-inspired products and services. There is food, gardening demonstrations, and a kids’ booth.

burnetcountyhighlandlakesmastergardener.org

Llano

Fiddle Fest and Open Fiddle Contest

March 30-31

John L. Kuykendall Events Center and Arena, 2200 RR 152 West

The annual Fiddle Fest includes youth, senior, open, and accompanist divisions for the fiddle contest. Saturday, there’s an evening concert by Jody Nix, and Sunday sees a church service and cowboy breakfast.

llanofiddlefest.com

Kerrville

Easter Eggstravaganza

March 30

The Salvation Army Kroc Center, 201 Holdsworth Drive

Bring your Easter basket for a family day of fun. This community event is filled with bounce houses, face painting, a cake walk, pictures with the Easter Bunny, food vendors, games, and two Easter egg hunts with over 25,000 candy-filled Easter eggs and giveaways with prizes.

kerrvillekroc.org

Easterfest, Cookoff, and Open Car Show

March 30

Flat Rock Lake Park, 3840 Riverside Drive

At this fun-filled event, enjoy a barbecue and chili cookoff, food, games, rides for all ages, vendors, live music, and Easter egg hunt, an open car and bike show, and a visit from the Easter Bunny.

kerrvilletexascvb.com

Totality Eclipse at Schreiner University

April 4-8

Schreiner University, 2100 Memorial Blvd.

Schreiner University offers an exclusive front-row seat to the breathtaking total solar eclipse. To make this unforgettable experience even more thrilling, Schreiner has prepared an exciting schedule packed with stargazing activities, esteemed guest speakers from the scientific community, live music, and wine tastings. Registration is required.

schreiner.edu/solar-eclipses

Kerr County Market Days and Hill Country Swap Meet

April 4

Kerr County Hill Country Youth Event Center, 3785 SH 27

Market Days continues to feature artists and crafters bringing their own original handcrafted items, while Hill Country Swap Meet is a community garage sale/flea market.

kerrmarketdays.org

Burnet

Texas Eclipse

April 5-9

Reveille Peak Ranch, 105 CR 114

Texas Eclipse is a not-to-miss celebration under the Texas sky. This is the last chance to catch a total solar eclipse in the United States for more than 20 years. At over 4 minutes and 20 seconds, this is one of the longest totality events you can attend. Music, art, science talks, tech activations, a space travel expo, and interactive art are all part of the festivities.

seetexaseclipse.com

Kerrville

KerrClipse

April 5-8

Quiet Valley Ranch, 3876 Medina Highway

Witness the total solar eclipse at Quiet Valley Ranch. Over four minutes of totality are accompanied by a full weekend of family-friendly music, camping, and science presentations.

kerrvillefolkfestival.org

Bandera

Ground Zero Music Fest

April 5-9

Mansfield Park, 2886 SH 16 North

Celebrate the total solar eclipse at a five-day, four-night music festival. The family-friendly event features camping and over 20 bands, including national, regional, and local acts in a variety of music genres, from country and Southern rock to Tejano and local picking circles. 

groundzeromusicfest.com

Fredericksburg

Enchanted Rock Star Party

April 5

Enchanted Rock State Natural Area, 18 miles north on Ranch Road 965

Spend an evening stargazing at Enchanted Rock. Telescopes are set up at this come-and-go event along with information on what makes the park unique as a Gold-Tier Certified Dark Sky Park. No registration is needed, but a day pass or overnight camping permit is required to attend this event.

tpwd.texas.gov/state-parks/enchanted-rock/park_events

Kerrville

Texas Lions Camp Eclipse Celebration

April 5-7

Kerr County Hill Country Youth Event Center, 3785 SH 27

Join the Texas Lions Camp in celebrating 75 years of their mission with a 2024 eclipse concert weekend.

lionscamp.com

Camerata San Antonio String Quartet in Concert

April 5

First Presbyterian Church, 800 Jefferson St.

The quartet performs “Bold Brilliance,” with string trios by two uncontainable mavericks, Ludwig van Beethoven and Dame Ethel Smyth.

cameratasa.org

“Brigadoon”

April 5-21

Cailloux Theater, 910 Main St.

This timeless romantic classic and family-friendly musical is inspired by the mystery and magic of the Scottish Highlands. Enhance your theater experience by attending the opening-night dinner on April 5. Enjoy a sumptuous meal in the Cailloux Theater Lobby.

caillouxperformingarts.com

Junction

Texclipse Music Festival

April 6-8

Hill Country Fair Association, FM 2169

Celebrate the total solar eclipse over Texas in Junction with three days of cultural programming, music, art installations, and camping.

texclipsemusicfestival.com

Brackettville

Fort Clark Springs Solar Eclipse Festival

April 6-8

Fort Clark Springs, 23 McClernand Road

This gated community is one of the first places to experience the total solar eclipse in Texas. The secluded location offers plenty of unobstructed views for the 4-plus minutes of totality. Fort Clark Springs is the third largest spring-fed pool in Texas, and festivities include food vendors, a Saturday night street dance, astronomy talk, “Little Shop of Horrors” movie showing, a float party in the pool during the eclipse, and a DJ party afterwards.

fortclark.com

Buda

Buda’s Birthday Celebration

April 6

Buda Amphitheater and City Park, 204 San Antonio St.

Buda celebrates its 143rd birthday this month with live music and local food and craft vendors, plus a carnival, parade, market, and other festivities.

budaamphitheater.com

Boerne

Total Eclipse Experience

April 6-9

Cave Without a Name Throne Room, 325 Kreutzberg Road

View the total solar eclipse on the grounds of Cave Without a Name. The three-day family-friendly event includes camping, hiking the trails, and live music performances. The Rahim Quazi Duo presents “Sounds of the Sun.” Surrounded by nature’s natural acoustics and sublime beauty, the performance features a simulation of light to darkness and darkness to full light.

cavewithoutaname.com/event-calendar

Spring Antique Tractor Pull

April 6

The Agricultural Museum and Arts Center, 102 City Park Road

The Boerne AgriCultural Museum and Arts Center hosts its annual antique tractor pull event. Come out and watch antique tractors from around Texas as they compete to pull the heaviest weight the furthest distance.

theagricultural.org

Bandera

Bandera Cattle Company Gunfighters

Apr. 6, 13, 20, 27

Rattlesnake Ridge, 126 SH 16S

On Saturdays, see the Bandera Cattle Company Gunfighters reenact 1800s gunfights twice a day at Rattlesnake Ridge located behind the Bandera Visitors Center.

facebook.com/banderagunfighters

Cowboys on Main

Apr. 6, 13, 20, 27

Enjoy free cowboy fun in downtown Bandera. Activities can include chuckwagon storytelling, hopping on a saddle-broke longhorn, or taking a horse-drawn wagon tour of Bandera.

banderabusiness.com

Fredericksburg

Die Kunstler von Fredericksburg Spring Fling Art Show

April 6

Marktplatz, 100 W. Main St.

Die Künstler von Fredericksburg (the artists of Fredericksburg), or DK for short, is an all-volunteer member artist group founded in 1993, its name honoring the city’s German heritage. More than 300 framed paintings along with many more unframed artworks are on display at this annual exhibition and sale of original fine art by member artists.

dkfredericksburg.org

Kerrville

Star Party at The Ridge Marketplace

April 7

The Ridge Marketplace, 13439 RR 783 South

Led by astronomer Chap Percival, see Jupiter, a selection of stars, nebulas, and clusters through a large telescope. Identify constellations and possibly satellites, depending on what comes overhead. Bring your chairs and blankets.

shopsattheridge.com

Austin

Capitol 10K

April 7

Downtown Austin, 305 S. Congress Ave.

Established in 1978, the Statesman Capitol 10K has grown to become the largest 10K in Texas and sixth largest in the country. Each year, Austin’s iconic race teems with talent and personality.

cap10k.com

CMT Music Awards

April 7

Moody Center, 2001 Robert Dedman Drive

Country music’s biggest stars converge on Austin for the 58th annual CMT Music Awards. The show has included all of country music’s favorite stars, including Carrie Underwood, Jelly Roll, Lainey Wilson, and Kane Brown.

cmt.com/cmt-music-awards

Utopia

Utopiafest Down in the Oaks

April 7-8

Four Sisters Ranch, 1555 Lemond Road

What began as a gathering of music lovers on a ranch has evolved into a weekend of camping and live music featuring 35-plus bands. Festivalgoers enjoy a curated culinary experience, a wine grove, a Texas craft beer garden, workshops, art installations, and a kid zone.

utopiafest.com

Blanco

Marcia Ball in Concert

April 7

Yett Memorial Park, 1813 US 281

In celebration of the total solar eclipse, Marcia Ball and her band entertain Blanco’s visitors with a special concert at Yett Memorial Park. All ages are welcome. Concessions are available. No outside food or drink is allowed.

blancochamber.com/yett-memorial-park

Bandera

Morning Ride with Cowboy Breakfast

April 7, 14, 21, 28

Major Hope Corral, 749 Old Medina Highway

Join Bandera Historical Rides for a Sunday morning cowboy breakfast and horseback ride at Major Hope Corral, a horse rescue center outside of Bandera.

banderahistoricalrides.com

Kerrville

Pink Floyd Laser Spectacular

April 7

Cailloux Theater, 910 Main St.

Paramount’s Laser Spectacular is the smash hit multimedia laser and light show featuring the music of Pink Floyd as you’ve never seen it before. The Laser Spectacular is a night of great music, fantastic visuals, and audience participation.

caillouxperformingarts.com

Eclipse 2024 at The Ridge Marketplace

April 8

The Ridge Marketplace, 13439 RR 783 South

Guest astronomer Chap Percival is on site during the eclipse to answer all your questions and lead you through the event so you can view it safely. There is live music, food, and drinks as well.

shopsattheridge.com

Kerrville Eclipse Festival—Dark in the Park

April 8

Louise Hays Park, 202 Thompson Drive

This free event includes scientific speakers, live music, children’s programming, and 4 minutes and 25 seconds of totality.

kerrvilletx.gov

Austin

Fusebox Festival

April 8-14

Various locations

Hundreds of local, national, and international artists across all disciplines converge for one of the most unique cultural events in the country. Fusebox is a hybrid arts festival that champions adventurous works of art in theater, dance, film, music, literature, and visual and culinary arts.

fuseboxlive.com

Bandera

Total Solar Eclipse 2024

April 8

Various locations

Bandera is the place to be during the total solar eclipse with over 4 minutes of totality.

banderacowboycapital.com

Fredericksburg

Eclipse of the Flowers

April 8

Wildseed Farms, 100 Legacy Drive

Wildseed Farms hosts an all-day eclipse viewing party, where admission includes entry to the farm, eclipse viewing glasses, two drink tickets, one meal ticket, and access to the famous field of poppies. Come relax and enjoy the total eclipse and a full day of bands featuring The Ray Colao Band, Dan West, and The Frumpkins. Space is limited to ensure ample space for viewing.

wildseedfarms.com

Ingram

Total Eclipse Festival

April 8

Hill Country Arts Foundation, 120 Point Theatre Road

The total solar eclipse is passing over Stonehenge II and the Hill Country Arts Foundation invites you to this festival, where attendees can expect several food truck options, a beer tent, RV and tent camping, and hygiene stations on the closed campus.

hcaf.com/eclipse-2024

Kerrville

Art Exhibits

April 9-May 11

Kerr Arts and Cultural Center, 228 Earl Garrett St.

The Kerr Art and Cultural Center presents three separate art exhibits with artwork by Carlos Mosely and Gerald Tobola, Schreiner Senior graphic arts projects, and the Guadalupe Watercolor Group. An artists reception takes place April 20.

kacckerrville.com

Austin

Moontower Just For Laughs Comedy Festival

April 10-21

Paramount Theatre, 713 Congress Ave.

Moontower Just For Laughs Comedy Festival is delivering huge stars, fan favorites, comics to watch, and beloved local talent. The festival spans a two-week period and features more than 20 headliners and dozens more comics.

austintheatre.org/moontower-comedy

MotoGP Red Bull Grand Prix

April 12-14

Circuit of The Americas, 9201 Circuit of the Americas Blvd.

The fastest show on two wheels revs up Austin for three days of bar-banging motorcycle racing action with the greatest riders in the world. The only North American stop of the world’s premier motorcycle racing series, the MotoGP Red Bull Grand Prix comes to Austin this April.

circuitoftheamericas.com/event/motogp

Uvalde

Honey Festival

April 12-13

Downtown Plaza, South and North Getty streets

As the Honey Capital of the World, Uvalde promotes bee conservation and celebrates its honey history with Breakfast with the Bees, the 5K Honey Fun Run, the Bee in Your Bonnet competition, vendors, food trucks, the Uvalde Honey Queen and Princess pageants, a cornhole tournament, shopping, and live music. The Festival begins on 4-Square Friday when businesses stay open late and continues to Saturday.

facebook.com/uvaldehoneyfestival

Wimberley

Wimberley Home Tour

April 12-13

Wimberley Community Center , 14068 RR 12

Meander through some of the most beautiful and architecturally interesting homes in the Hill Country.

wimberleyccc.org/home-tour

Fredericksburg

Texas Fandango

April 12-14

Gillespie County Fairgrounds, 530 Fair Drive

Known as the “best little vintage bike event in Texas,” the Texas Fandango is a vintage swap meet and motorcycle bike show with vintage races all rolled into one fun-packed weekend.

thetexasfandango.com

Kerrville

Texas Woodcarver’s Guild Spring Roundup

April 14

Kerr County Hill Country Youth Event Center, 3785 SH 27

Come see the Texas State Woodcarving Competition, plus a show and sale. There are one- and two-day carving and non-carving seminars, plus a whittling contest.

texaswoodcarversguild.com

Bandera

5K Bunny Run/Walk

April 13

Village of Hope Events Center, 1116 12th St.

Arthur Nagel Community Clinic hosts the Bunny Run/Walk, a 5K race along Main Street. Medals are awarded in seven categories, and T-shirts and goodie bags are handed out to all participants. Kids 10 and under get to participate for free. Dogs on leashes and bunny ears and costumes are also welcome.

banderacowboycapital.com/events/2024/bandera-bunny-runwalk

Kerrville

Blooms and Barrels Plant Sale

April 13

Kerr County Hill Country Youth Event Center, 3785 SH 27

Hill Country Texas Master Gardeners host this annual plant sale. Shop for native and adapted ornamental plants, herbs, vegetables, 55-gallon rain barrels, and items at “The Garden Shed” resale shop.

hillcountrymastergardeners.org

Boerne

Spring Diva Night

April 18

Hill Country Mile, Main Street

Spring Diva Night offers later shopping hours, cocktails, delicious bites, music, and fun. It’s the perfect night out with friends and is great for some mother-daughter quality time, too. Come out and support local businesses with a night of shopping and fun.

Austin

Reggae Fest

April 19-21

Auditorium Shores, 900 W. Riverside Drive

A fundraiser for the Capital Area Food Bank, Reggae Fest features three days of reggae, world and dub talent, and more than 50 vendors selling food and arts and crafts.

austinreggaefest.com

Llano

Crawfish Open

April 19-20

Robinson Park , 123 Robinson Park Drive

It’s crawfish season and the Llano Crawfish Open celebrates with great food, arts and crafts, the Crawfish Crawler 5K Walk and Run, a golf tournament, live music, and a motorcycle fun run. More than 22,500 pounds of crawfish are served, so come hungry.

llanocrawfishopen.com

Bandera

Frontier Times Texas Heroes Hall of Honor Induction Ceremony

April 19

Frontier Times Museum, 510 13th St.

In keeping with the pioneering spirit of the museum’s founder, J. Marvin Hunter Sr., the Frontier Times Museum established the Texas Heroes Hall of Honor to recognize the contributions of people who, through their leadership, creativity, example, and hard work, keep the pioneer spirit alive and help keep Texas Texan. Please join the museum in honoring the 2024 inductees.

frontiertimesmuseum.org

Fredericksburg

Trade Days

March 15-17, April 19-21, May 17-19

Fredericksburg Trade Days, 355 Sunday Farms Lane

Shop more than 350 vendors in seven barns and acres of antiques, collectibles, tools, crafts, shabby chic, primitives, ranch furniture, hunting accessories, candles, unique clothing, jewelry, food, and other items.

fbgtradedays.com

Bee Cave

Texas Whiskey Festival

April 20

Star Hill Ranch, 15000 Hamilton Pool Road

The Texas Whiskey Festival is an opportunity to meet the distillers and master blenders who make Texas whiskey. Over 35 whiskey distilleries from across Texas are on site, and entertainment, cigars, vendors, and a live concert finish the night off.

txwhiskeyfest.com

Blanco

Market Day

April 20

Old Blanco Courthouse, 300 Main St.

Shop from over 70 vendors offering homemade crafts, apparel, home décor, plants, baked goods, art, embroidery and crocheted items, and jewelry. Food vendors are on site, and live music fills the air.

historicblanco.org/market-day

Austin

Field Guide Festival

April 20

Fiesta Gardens, 2101 Jesse E. Segovia St.

Field Guide Festival is a food systems festival that brings the farmers to you. Find fresh ingredients, grown and harvested by local farmers, prepared by chefs from around the city. Communities are built around tables, and this festival is an expansion of the farm-to-table movement. Experience a weekend of innovative conversation, connection, and cookouts with those who make the Austin food economy special.

fieldguidefest.com

Wimberley

Butterfly Festival

April 20

Emily Ann Theater , 1101 FM 2325

The annual butterfly festival celebrates spring with music, kids’ activities, and thousands of butterflies.

emilyann.org/butterfly.html

Boerne

Texas Corvette Association Open Car Show

April 20

Hill Country Mile, 100 N. Main St.

Hundreds of colorful Corvettes line the historic Hill Country Mile and Main Plaza, attracting car enthusiasts and guests. Enjoy all that downtown Boerne has to offer while admiring beautiful vehicles.

texas-corvette-association.com

Fredericksburg

Fredericksburg VFD Annual Spring Fish Fry

April 20

Marktplatz, 100 W. Main St.

At this annual fundraiser for the Fredericksburg Volunteer Fire Department features a freshly fried catfish dinner with all the trimmings, raffle, silent auction, and music.

fbgtx.org

Kerrville

Spring Native Plant Sale

April 20

Riverside Nature Center, 150 Francisco Lemos St.

The Spring Native Plant Sale features water-wise perennials and annuals to enhance pollinator and native landscapes.

riversidenaturecenter.org

Austin

The Glenn Miller Orchestra in Concert

April 21

Bass Concert Hall, 2350 Robert Dedman Drive

The world-famous Glenn Miller Orchestra brings timeless classics like “In the Mood,” “Moonlight Serenade,” “Chattanooga Choo Choo,” “Pennsylvania 6-5000,” “String of Pearls,” and “Tuxedo Junction” back to the stage. Even 80 years after founding his famous orchestra, Glenn Miller’s music is alive and well, as Miller was the most successful of all the dance bandleaders back in the swing era of the ‘30s and ‘40s.

texasperformingarts.org/event/glenn-miller-orchestra-2024-bass-concert-hall-austin-texas

Boerne

The Ukulele Orchestra in Concert

April 22

Boerne Champion Auditorium, 201 Charger Blvd.

Boerne Performing Arts presents The Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain. Ranging between sincerity and insanity, punk rock sensibilities and restrained British humor, the group’s nearly four-decade career has taken them around the globe, garnering hordes of fans and imitators along the way.

boerneperformingarts.com

Lampasas

Riata Roundup Rodeo and LTX Barbecue Fest

April 25-27

580 Sports Complex, 2351 FM 580

The Diamond Cross Rodeo Company is back to produce this rodeo, and there is something for the entire family to enjoy. Thursday night kicks off with a jackpot open barrel race. Friday and Saturday, gates open with mutton bustin’ with rodeo events immediately following, plus concerts, food trucks, and vendors. On Saturday before the rodeo, the LTX Barbecue Fest kicks off.

lampasaschamber.org

Kerrville

Symphony of the Hills in Concert

April 25

Cailloux Theater, 910 Main St.

Symphony of the Hills presents “Larger Than Life,” a concert “dedicated to those who lift up others.” The list of compositions includes Sir Edward Elgar’s “Enigma Variations,” Pachelbel’s Canon in D, and Tchaikovsky’s Piano Concerto No. 1, performed by Donald Crandall.

symphonyofthehills.org

Austin

Psych Fest

April 26-28

The Far Out Lounge and Stage, 8504 S. Congress Ave.

Austin Psych Fest features a lineup of psych rock, dream pop, and indie rock bands with visual artists and a Mad Alchemy Light Show.

levitation.fm/pages/austin-psych-fest

Dripping Springs

Founders Day

April 26-28

Downtown Dripping Springs, Mercer Street

Visit Dripping Springs for a festive celebration of heritage and pioneer spirit. The celebration has a parade plus free music and entertainment, the Mighty Thomas Carnival, food, beer, street dances, cookoff competitions, and over 150 arts and crafts booths and business vendors.

cityofdrippingsprings.com/founders-day

Georgetown

Red Poppy Festival

April 26-28

Georgetown Square, 103 W. Seventh St.

The Red Poppy Capital of Texas celebrates this annual event in honor of red poppy season. The three-day celebration includes food vendors, live music, a parade and car show, an artisan market, and an area for kids. All concerts are free.

poppy.georgetown.org

Ingram

“The Explorers’ Club”

April 26-May 12

Hill Country Arts Foundation, 120 Point Theatre Road

Set in 19th-century London, the farce depicts the chaos that ensues when a woman tries to gain entry to the fictional titular club of explorers.

hcaf.com

Kerrville

Roundup Exhibition and Sale

April 26-May 12

Museum of Western Art, 1550 Bandera Highway

The 41st annual roundup and sale is an exciting weekend full of art, food, drinks, music, and dancing. More than 150 works are for sale from local, regional, and national artists.

museumofwesternart.com

Austin

Eeyore’s Birthday Party

April 27

Pease District Park, 1100 Kingsbury St.

Eeyore’s Birthday Party is a fundraiser operated by the Friends of the Forest Foundation to benefit local nonprofit groups in Austin. Celebrate with live music, beer, food, acrobats, and costume contests.

eeyores.org

Boerne

Joseph Kuipers in Concert

April 27

Cave Without a Name Throne Room, 325 Kreutzberg Road

Celloist Joseph Kuipers, the executive-artistic director of Texas Cello School, performs a new program.

cavewithoutaname.com/event-calendar

Kerrville

The Kings of Queen Concert

April 27

Cailloux Theater, 910 Main St.

Delivering the sound of legendary rock ‘n’ roll band Queen, frontman and lead singer Emo Alaeddin puts together a live and accurate tribute to the late Freddie Mercury.

caillouxperformingarts.com

Ingram

Stonehenge II Celtic Festival and Highland Games

April 27-28

Hill Country Arts Foundation, 120 Point Theatre Road

Learn about Celtic culture while enjoying the festivities that include vendors, clans, music, food, the annual Highland Games, and dancing. The event takes place on the grounds of the Hill Country Arts Foundation which include a replica of Stonehenge that was created by the late Al Shepperd and Doug Hill more than 20 years ago.

hcaf.com

Kerrville

Texas Gun and Knife Show

April 27-28

Kerr County Hill Country Youth Event Center, 3785 SH 27

The Texas Gun and Knife Association hosts this annual show. Vendors sell new and used guns, knives, ammunition, coins, jewelry, camping gear, accessories, and other hunting and outdoors items.

texasgunandknifeshows.com

Boerne

Handmade Market

May 3-4

1910 Church, 130 Sisterdale Road

The Boerne Handmade Market is the largest market of its kind in South Texas. The two-day event features more than 75 vendors selling handmade-only items including jewelry, apparel, leather goods, toys, home décor, art, candles, and food.

boernehandmademarket.com

Ingram

Texas Watercolor Society Show

May 3-June 29

Hill Country Arts Foundation, 120 Point Theatre Road

The 75th annual Texas Watercolor Society Show continues the organization’s tradition of exhibiting and promoting some of the best artists working in the unique and vibrant medium of watercolor.

hcaf.com

Brady

Cinco de Mayo Celebration

May 4

Mexican Colony Park, 600 Junio St.

After the Mexican Revolution in 1910, Mexican refugees fled to Texas and many settled in Brady, where they raised their families and established the Mexican Colony neighborhood. Cinco de Mayo soon became a major celebration in Brady, and today, it’s still celebrated with a market and dancing.

facebook.com/mexicancolony

Austin

Pecan Street Spring Arts Festival

May 4-5

East Sixth Street, Sixth Street from Brazos Street to I-35

A free, family event, the Pecan Street Festival is the oldest and largest art festival in Central Texas. Musicians, food vendors, artists, and craftspeople turn Sixth Street—historically called Pecan Street—into a lively street fair.

pecanstreetfestival.org

Taylor

Blackland Prairie Day

May 4

Heritage Square Park, 400 N. Main St.

The first weekend in May brings a lively event celebrating the heritage of Taylor and the Blackland Prairie it was founded on. Enjoy live music, food, vendors, and children’s activities in the middle of downtown Taylor.

ci.taylor.tx.us

San Marcos

Heritage Home Tour

May 4-5

Various Locations, Belvin Street

Step inside some of San Marcos’ most gorgeous homes at the Heritage Home Tour. The event features self-guided tours of some of San Marcos’ historic homes and culturally significant sites. Docents are stationed around the homes ready to let you in on the history, secrets, and architectural delights found in each home.

heritagesanmarcos.org

Bandera

Bandera Cattle Company Gunfighters

May 4, 11, 18, 25

Rattlesnake Ridge, 126 SH 16S

On Saturdays, see the Bandera Cattle Company Gunfighters reenact 1800s gunfights twice a day at Rattlesnake Ridge located behind the Bandera Visitors Center.

facebook.com/banderagunfighters

Cowboys on Main

May 4, 11, 18, 25

Enjoy free cowboy fun in downtown Bandera. Activities can include chuckwagon storytelling, hopping on a saddle-broke longhorn, or taking a horse-drawn wagon tour of Bandera.

banderabusiness.com

Kerrville

Shatter the Stigma 5K Run/Walk

May 4

Schreiner University, Trailhead Beer Garden, 2100 Memorial Blvd., Building 11

This fun run/walk aims to raise awareness about mental health and to “shatter the stigma” associated with mental illness. Following the race, awards and prizes are handed out.

kerrvillevsc.org

Stonewall

Williams Creek (Albert) School Open House

May 4

Williams Creek (Albert) School, 5501 S. RR 1623

The Friends of Gillespie County Country Schools invites visitors to attend this open house at the historic Williams Creek (Albert) School. Learn about the limestone building, constructed in 1897, and the community’s German history. Visitors can also explore the grounds that offer birdwatching and geocaching.

historicschools.org

Bandera

Morning Ride with Cowboy Breakfast

May 5, 12, 19, 26

Major Hope Corral, 749 Old Medina Highway

Join Bandera Historical Rides for a Sunday morning cowboy breakfast and horseback ride at Major Hope Corral, a horse rescue center outside of Bandera.

banderahistoricalrides.com

Kerrville

Hill Country Youth Orchestra’s Spring Concert

May 5

Cailloux Theater, 910 Main St.

Come see the outstanding students of the Hill Country Youth Orchestra as they share the sounds of the season along with classical masterpieces.

hcyo.org

Kerr County Market Days and Hill Country Swap Meet

May 7

Kerr County Hill Country Youth Event Center, 3785 SH 27

Market Days continues to feature artists and crafters bringing their own original handcrafted items, while Hill Country Swap Meet is a community garage sale/flea market.

kerrmarketdays.org

Extreme Dwarfanators Wrestling

May 10

Kerr County Hill Country Youth Event Center, 3785 SH 27

The world’s smallest wrestlers are competing for the title. They are the baddest little show on earth. Don’t miss this epic event.

dwarfanators.com

Austin

O. Henry Pun-Off World Championships

May 11

Brush Square Park, 409 E. Fifth St.

The O. Henry Museum Pun-Off World Championships is an internationally renowned spoken-word competition focused on the art of the pun. There are two competitions, PunSlingers and Punniest of Show, voted upon by the public.

punoffatx.brushsquaremuseums.org

Boerne

Mother’s Day Tribute: Trio Los Reyes and Nayelli Peña in Concert

May 11

Cave Without a Name Throne Room, 325 Kreutzberg Road

Mariachi group Trio Los Reyes performs songs to honor mothers, including “Gema,” “Canto a la Madre,” “Hermoso Cariño,” and “Las Mañanitas.” Vocalist Nayelli Peña makes a special appearance by singing hits from Linda Ronstadt’s first Spanish language album, “Canciones de Mi Padre,” and Vikki Carr recordings.

cavewithoutaname.com/event-calendar

Kerrville

Southwest Gourd and Fiber Fine Art Show

May 16-June 29

Kerr Arts and Cultural Center, 228 Earl Garrett St.

Open Tuesday through Saturday, this exhibit showcases gourd and fiber art by artists who come from all over the country. Meet the makers at the artists reception on May 25.

kacckerrville.com

Fredericksburg

Trade Days

March 15-17, April 19-21, May 17-19

Fredericksburg Trade Days, 355 Sunday Farms Lane

Shop more than 350 vendors in seven barns and acres of antiques, collectibles, tools, crafts, shabby chic, primitives, ranch furniture, hunting accessories, candles, unique clothing, jewelry, food, and other items.

fbgtradedays.com

Blanco

Market Day

May 18

Old Blanco Courthouse, 300 Main St.

Shop from over 70 vendors offering homemade crafts, apparel, home décor, plants, baked goods, art, embroidery and crocheted items, and jewelry. Food vendors are on site, and live music fills the air.

historicblanco.org/market-day

Austin

Hot Luck Festival

May 23-26

Downtown Austin

Honor the soul, sweat, and DIY diversity of the food and music world. Hot Luck is an eat-with-your-fingers picnic and party experience that highlights open-pit feats of culinary know-how and music in your ears that is as thoughtfully created as the food on your plate. Come hungry, thirsty, and bring your dancin’ boots.

hotluckfest.com

Kerrville

Folk Festival

May 23-June 9

Quiet Valley Ranch, 3876 Medina Highway

This annual festival features several days and nights of music from songwriters of national and international acclaim. Founded in 1972, the festival offers activities for all ages with a focus on nurturing and developing artistic expression, especially the art of songwriting, in a loving family-friendly environment.

kerrvillefolkfestival.org

Boerne

Art Waddle

May 25

Hill Country Mile, Main Street

The 12th annual Boerne Art Waddle takes place along the Cibolo Creek Trail, providing a relaxed atmosphere with the attributes of a major fine art festival. A self-guided route map provides artist locations, and waddlers have the opportunity to interact with the artists through demonstrations and booth chats in their assigned areas.

eventsoffmain.com/art-waddle

Bandera

Memorial Day Weekend Stampede Rodeo and Parade

May 24-26

Mansfield Park and Main Street, 2886 SH 16 North

Bandera Pro Rodeo presents three nights of Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association-sanctioned rodeos with bull riding, team roping, bareback riding, and other competitions. The annual Memorial Day Parade down Main Street gets underway Saturday at 11 a.m.

banderaprorodeo.org

Fredericksburg

Crawfish Festival

May 24-26

Marktplatz, 100 W. Main St.

At this festival on Memorial Day Weekend, indulge on great Cajun food, live music, shopping, and a kids’ carnival. This event is sponsored by the Fredericksburg Jaycees.

fbgcrawfishfestival.com

Kerrville

Texas Masters of Fine Art and Craft

May 24-26

Y.O. Ranch Hotel and Conference Center, 2033 Sidney Baker St.

This exhibition offers works by some of the finest professional artists and craftspeople from Texas and has established a reputation as a prestigious sale in a beautiful venue, produced and managed by the artists themselves.

texasmasters.com

Boerne

Memorial Day Tribute: The Woodwind Winds in Concert

May 25

Cave Without a Name Throne Room, 325 Kreutzberg Road

The woodwind quintet based in The Woodlands is comprised of five talented musicians who collaborate to create a uniquely vibrant woodwind quintet soundscape with an expanded repertoire beyond the standard quartet pieces, including popular and seasonal music.

cavewithoutaname.com/event-calendar

Hunt

Crider’s Rodeo and Dancehall

May 25

Crider’s Rodeo and Dancehall, 2310 SH 39

Crider’s Rodeo and Dancehall, an entertainment spot along the banks of the Guadalupe River, opens its season of rodeos, live music, and dancing on Saturday nights.

cridersrandd.com

Bandera

Memorial Day Arts and Craft Show

May 26-27

Bandera County Courthouse Lawn, 500 Main St.

As part of the Memorial Day Weekend Stampede, Bandera hosts this arts and crafts show with vendors set up on the courthouse lawn.

banderatex.com

Chuckwagon Dinner and Show

May 26

Flying L Ranch and Resort, 675 Flying L Drive

Fill up on a barbecue dinner with all the fixings. The event includes live country music and dancing, Western entertainment, and other festivities.

flyingl.com

Austin

CapTex Triathlon

May 27

Lady Bird Lake, Downtown Austin, 1200 W. Cesar Chavez St.

All levels of athletes from top-ranked professionals to first-time triathletes compete in this triathlon, which includes the USA Paratriathlon National Championship. The race begins with a swim in Lady Bird Lake with beautiful views of the downtown Austin skyline. The bike course takes athletes right to the heart of downtown Austin and directly into the Texas capitol. The race concludes with a run through Butler Park and the Palmer Events Center before the rousing finish and post-race party at Vic Mathias Shores (Auditorium Shores).

captextri.com

ATX Television Festival

May 30-June 3

Downtown Austin

As the first festival devoted to television’s history and future, the ATX Television Festival functions like a traditional film festival with showings of new series, current hits, and cult favorites. The festival also offers access to the industry’s leading professionals with cast and creator Q&As and panels focusing on innovation in both production and content delivery.

atxfestival.com

Kerrville

Shakespeare in the Park

May 31-June 1

Louise Hays Park, 202 Thompson Drive

Come see the farcical misadventures of two sets of identical twins, with all the slapstick and mistaken identities you’d expect from a Shakespearean adventure. When the four twins come together, all is finally resolved, and, in one last twist, their parents reunite as well.

caillouxperformingarts.com

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