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Austin Events: September 2015

August 31, 2015

Posted in: Events

If you’re looking for things to do around town in September, here’s a list of some of the many activities our wonderful city has to offer:

9/1-9/7 – Out of Bounds Comedy Festival

A seven day live performance festival showcasing some of the best in improv, sketch, and stand-up comedy from all over the world.

9/4-9/6 – LEGO KidsFest

This giant LEGO event is held over three days and filled with fun interactive, creative and educational activities for the whole family.

9/7 – TriRock Austin Triathlon

This annual event takes place on Labor day in the heart of downtown Austin.  It starts with a swim course in Lady Bird Lake, followed by a bike course over the Congress Bridge, finishing with a run down the Auditorium Shores running path.

9/7 – Free Day of Yoga

All day Monday, September 7, 2015 , participating studios across the Austin area offer free classes as an opportunity for people to try yoga for the first time, experience a new style of yoga, visit new studios/try new instructors, or share yoga with friends and family.

9/11 – Zilker Relays

This 10-mile race takes place between teams of 4 runners, with each participant running a 2.5 mile loop.  You don’t have to train like a marathoner either – you just have to be willing to run/jog/walk/stroll 2.5 miles with 3 of your friends, and enjoy live music and great food.

9/11-9/13 – Austin World Music Festival

The Austin World Music Festival brings together some of the best international music and local talent under one roof each year.

9/19 – Texas Craft Brewers Festival

This festival is held by and for the Texas craft brewers and the Texas craft beer community, embracing the ethos of community, support, and respect.

9/20 – Austin Museum Day

A free, city-wide rediscovery of Austin museums, providing the public with a free access to exhibits and activities.

9/26-9/27 – Pecan Street Festival

A free two-day arts festival held twice a year in downtown Austin’s Sixth Street Historic District. The festival attracts hundreds of local and national artisans offering a variety of original handcrafted creations.

Thursday Nights – Unplugged at the Grove

One of Austin’s longest running free concert series, Unplugged at the Grove features live music every Thursday night beginning at 8pm at the iconic Shady Grove on Barton Springs Rd.

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