Skip to main content

AUSTIN FALL FESTIVALS OVERFLOW WITH FUN, FINE BREW, AND BLUES, TOO

AUSTIN FALL FESTIVALS OVERFLOW WITH FUN, FINE BREW, AND BLUES, TOO

  |     |   Local Events, Uncategorized

We’re so fortunate to live in a region that provides so many options to get outside and enjoy our surroundings just moments from our concierge apartments in Austin

Here are some things to do this month courtesy of AustinMonthly.com’s Calendar Section :

Sept. 21-28: Fantastic Fest

The country’s largest genre film festival is back with a lineup of horror, sci-fi, fantasy, and action films from directors around the world. With a full week of programming, the festival will have various world and national premieres sure to please all cinephiles.

Cost: Tickets start at $225
Where: Alamo Drafthouse South Lamar, 1120 S. Lamar Blvd.

Sept. 22-24: Texas Tribune Festival

A festival for the politically engaged, Trib Fest will present conversations with over 250 journalists, national and Texan politicians, community leaders and more. Al Franken’s going to kick off the weekend with a keynote address about his new book, and Texas senators will take the stage together to discuss issues that affect the state.

Cost: General admission $250, students and educators $50
Where: The University of Texas at Austin

Sept. 23-24: Pecan St. Festival

Austin’s favorite arts festival is back this September with 50 musical acts, 30 food vendors, and hundreds of artists from across the nation. This 30-year tradition will once again take place in Austin’s historic Sixth Street district, with activities for the whole family.

Cost: Free
Where: 501 Old Pecan St.

Sept. 27-30: Altercation Comedy Fest

Held at Kick Butt Coffee Music and Booze, this nontraditional punk comedy show has been headlined by JT Habersaat since 2008 and continually hosts numerous local and national comedians.

Cost: Tickets start at $35
Where: 5775 Airport Blvd

Leave a reply

<a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <strike> <strong>