The Best Events in Austin This June

June in Austin is when everything starts to heat up for real: the weather, the weirdness, and the lineup of fun things to do. In between dips at Deep Eddy, escape the heat at indoor venues, or revel in the sun at these awesome events this month.

6/3 to 6/30 Round Rock Express Home Games

If you’re looking for something that’s both family-friendly and fun, head out to Round Rock this Sunday and watch our Minor League baseball team head off against their arch enemies, the Nashville Sounds. It’s H-E-B Kids Day, featuring a postgame run the bases for kids 12 and under. Game starts at 1:00PM, but get there early so the kids can enjoy events outside the stadium.

Tickets: $10 – $20

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6/3: George Strait at The Frank Erwin Center

The Frank Erwin Center is celebrating its 40 year anniversary with an exclusive “STRAIT TEXAS” show by George Strait, who has performed at the venue more than any other artist.

Austin-based Grammy winners Asleep at the Wheel are opening for the country legend. Doors open at 7:00 PM.

Tickets still available: $208 – $989

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6/4: Paul Simon at The Frank Erwin Center

Whether or not you believe Paul Simon when he says this is his farewell, his Homeward Bound tour (a nod to the 1966 Simon & Garfunkel single) is the culmination of a storied career and guaranteed to be fantastic. Watch one the greatest living American songwriters perform the songs that struck a chord with us and became classics.

Tickets: $56 – $536

6/10: Bill Clinton at Bass Concert Hall

Spend a Sunday wrapped up in a suspenseful tale of spies, cyberterror and betrayal with former President Bill Clinton at Bass Concert Hall. Texas Performing Arts is hosting the conversation, where Clinton will discuss “The President is Missing,” the novel he co-authored with the world’s bestselling writer, James Patterson. The event starts at 7:30 PM.

Tickets: $22 – $586

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6/13: Maps and Atlases at Scoot Inn

Hit up Historic Scoot Inn for a night of post-rock with Chicago band Maps & Atlases and openers Prism Tats and Slomo Drags. They will be performing Lightlessness Is Nothing New, their first album since 2012, which was released June 1st. Rock out while enjoying rosé on tap and the Taco Flats food truck in the backyard. Doors open at 6:00 PM.

Tickets: $75 – $99.

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6/16 – 6/17: Greater Austin Comic-Con

Get your geek on the weekend of June 16th-17th at the Greater Austin Comic-Con. Held at the HEB Center in Cedar Park, this event is a family-friendly celebration of all things pop culture. From 10 AM to 5 PM both Saturday and Sunday, enjoy a day filled with games, cosplay contests, vendors, entertainment for kids, celebrity guest panels, and more. Parking will be $5 and is cash only. Dress to impress!

Tickets: From $48

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6/16: Shakey Graves at Stubb’s

Catch Austin native Shakey Grav (aka Alejandro Rose-Garcia) at Stubb’s outdoor stage for the second stop on the tour for his latest album, Can’t Wake Up, released May 4. This album marks a departure from his folksy roots in lieu of a poppier, hazier and headier sound. Fans who missed him at GSD&M in May jumped at the chance to see him at Stubbs, so be sure to snag tickets for the sold out gig ASAP. Jonathan Terrell opens.

Tickets: $33 – $91

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6/16: Post Malone with 21 Savage at Austin 360

If hip hop is more your scene, visit Austin’s biggest venue and bounce to Beerbongs & Bentleys #1 on the Billboard 200 chart – with Post Malone on June 16th. Starting at 8 PM, the multi-platinum rapper  21 Savage kicks off the night with special guest SOB X RBE at Austin360 Amphitheater at the Circuit of the Americas.

Tickets: $115 – $403

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6/23: Ultimate 80’s Dance Party at 3TEN Austin City Limits

Get your Ren McCormack on and dance the night away with Austin-based DJ Mel on Saturday June 23rd. 3TEN Austin City Limits is the sister venue to ACL Live at Moody Theater; there’s lots of space to dance and an outdoor patio. DJ Mel (aka Obama’s DJ) is the Official DJ for UT’s Football and Men’s Basketball Teams. A member of the Austin Music Hall of Fame, he’s sure to play beats you’ll want to dance all night to.

Tickets: $17

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6/25: JoJo at Antone’s

Whether you’re pumped that JoJo’s back, or you’re a diehard who knows she never left, you won’t want to miss her Leaks, Covers & Mixtapes tour. Before she heads to the studio to record new music as part of her recent deal with Interscope Records (through her own imprint called Clover Music), she wants to treat fans to old favorites and leaks from her upcoming projects. Doors open at 7:00 PM.

Tickets: $50

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6/30: Weezer and Pixies at Austin 360

Send off June the right way with a monumental show at Circuit of the Americas. In their first full tour together, powerhouse Weezer and the legendary Pixies are co-headlining for seven weeks across North America. The Pixies will play a mix of beloved classics that have influenced countless musicians and new music, while Weezer will perform off their eleventh studio album, Pacific Daydream – a perfect summer album. Doors open at 6:30 PM, show starts at 7:30 PM.

Tickets: $32 – $172, $490 VIP

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