family-friendly live music Archives - 365 Things to Do in Austin, TX

family-friendly live music

    Join the ultimate family-friendly urban scavenger hunt on Sunday, May 5, 2019. Proceeds benefit Central Texas children and teens with an ill parent. Teams of all ages welcome!
    The hunt starts at noon, with four hours for teams to do good deeds, complete challenges and visit various clue stops. Then gather from 4-6 p.m. for the after party at Zilker Lodge at Austin Sunshine Camps. Celebrate the winners, laugh at the photos and share stories over food and games.
    Plan now for an afternoon of laughter that will do your heart–and your community–good.
    Tickets are on sale now – buy your tickets today!
    All proceeds to benefit Wonders & Worries

      The ‘Sad Clown with the Golden Voice’ is here with his heartfelt anthems and a suitcase full of Kleenex! This Pity Party is not all sadness and longing. The show is peppered with a brilliant sense of the absurd, mixing lots of humor with the awkward, tender moments.

      Don’t miss him LIVE at The Paramount Theatre of Austin on March 22nd!

        An Evening of Led Zeppelin is making their return to Austin at Come and Take It Live Saturday June 16th, 2018!

        Performed by:
        Vocals: Josh Ross (Black Heart Saints)
        Guitar: Jelly Ellington
        Bass: Jonas Saks
        Drums: Aric Garcia
        Special Guests: Curtis Lee & Cole Gramling

        Doors: 7pm
        Cari Hutson and Good Company (Janis Joplin Tribute): 8pm
        An Evening of Led Zeppelin: 10pm

        $10 Adv/ $15 Door
        *This event is ALL AGES, however, anyone under the age of 21 will be charged an additional ‘minor surcharge’ at the door.*

        Poster by Renzo Designs

          You are invited to the 17th Annual Concert featuring members of choirs from Georgetown faith communities. This year’s event features for the first time, A Cappella Texas and 11 area churches. Admission is free, and a special offering will be taken up to help keep seniors connected to their community through FIAG transportation and other support services!
          Faith in Action Georgetown offers services to help older adults in maintaining and improving their quality of life. With assistance of volunteers, clients can maximize their ability to meet their own needs and to continue to live independently. We currently offer transportation, handyman services, errands, care calling and visits, information and referrals, and a medical equipment closet.

          Celebrate Elisabet Ney, her art and her legacy at the 4th Annual Ney Day event happening this Saturday, May 21, 2016! The Elisabet Ney Museum is set on lush grounds in Austin and was once the studio of Elisabet Ney, a German classically-trained sculptor who moved to Austin in 1892. Her studio, which was called Formosa, is now home to the museum and houses many items from her collection of work.

          This family-friendly event will feature the trapeze artistry of Madi Ward with Elizabeth McQuuen emceeing.

          Enjoy live music from:

          • Sevana Marimba
          • Miss Lavelle White
          • BettySoo
          • Molly Burch
          • Nina Diaz of Girl in a Coma

          The newest interactive outdoor art sculpture by artist Jenn Hassin will be unveiled and the public is invited to add to it!

          Activities include:

          • Sculpting and art demos
          • Food trucks
          • Ices
          • Hula hoopers
          • Technology activities
          • Clay crafting
          • Health screenings
          • Bookmaking, and more!

          Booths will include Austin Pets Alive!, GenAustin, TreeFolks, Women Printmakers of Austin, Girls Rock, Stitch Lab, Thinkery, and more.

          What: 4th Annual Ney Day

          When: Saturday, May 21, 2016

          Time: Noon – 5 pm

          Where: Elisabet Ney Museum, 304 E. 44th Street, Austin

          Cost: FREE

          A new music series – KUTX Live at Mueller – kicks off on Friday, May 6th and runs through May 20th. For the first three Fridays in May, gather friends and family to enjoy live music at the Mueller Amphitheater. The fun starts at 7pm with a kid-friendly act, hosted by Spare the Rock, Spoil the Child and is followed by rock and roll for the grown-ups afterwards.

          Pack a picnic, bring blankets and lawn chairs, and prepare for an evening of fun for the whole family!

          The Lineup:

          May 6
          7 pm – Jarebear
          7:45 pm – The Octopus Project

          May 13
          7 pm – El Tule
          7:45 pm – Tameca Jones

          May 20:
          7 pm – The Que Pastas
          7:45 pm – Hard Proof

          Couple of items to note:

          • Food trucks will be on-site with food and drinks available for purchase.
          • Free parking is located in the garage adjacent to the Thinkery.
          • The 7:45 pm start time is an approximate time.

          What: KUTX Live Music at Mueller

          Where: Mueller Amphitheater, 4550 Mueller Blvd., Austin

          When: Friday, May 6, 13, & 20, 2016

          Time: 7pm kid-friendly music; 7:45 (approx.) adult music

          Cost: FREE