Your monthly day-by-day guide of all the best things going on in and around Austin.

Every Monday

Grounded Yoga at Fareground

Join Swift Fit Events every Monday for their free Grounded Yoga class at Fareground starting at 6 p.m. Enjoy a 60-minute flow led by some of the best instructors in Austin. Mats will be provided.

Every Tuesday

Come As You Are: A Queer Variety Show

Come As You Are is a weekly variety show at Neon Grotto showcasing queer, weird, and unique local talent. Whether it’s standup, live musicians, or drag- no show is like the other. Along with a fun show there is also reverse happy hour from 8-10 pm. And just to sweeten the deal there’s also a $5 shot special all night long.

Every Wednesday

Latin Dance Lessons

Come learn the structure, etiquette and culture of a unique variety of Latin dance classes such as Tango, Samba and Salsa Aerobics, led by Esquina Tango during Latin Dance Lessons at Waterloo Greenway. Classes are open to beginners, as well as experienced dancers, no partner needed.

April 1st

Succulent Native Disco Birthday Bash

Join Succulent Native for a storewide sale with 20% off plants and succulents during their Disco Birthday Bash! This celebration will be happening on April 1st and 2nd at their North Lamar shop. There will also be doorbusters for the first five people on both days, free drinks and plant-themed cocktails, and more.

April 2nd

Sippin’ Sunday at Moxy

On the first Sunday of the month head Sippin’ Sunday at Moxy. Join them for free liquor tastings and live music by your favorite Austin artists. The event runs from 2-4 p.m., and you can stop by any time. Drinks made with Still Austin spirits will be $3 off.

April 3rd

Zumba Dance Party at Honest Lash Rio Grande

Let’s get fit but have fun during Honest Lash’s Zumba Dance Party. This 60-minute dance cardio class will conclude with a free champagne toast, and special access to discounts on lash services at Honest Lash. Free garage parking is available at the Quarters Garage Rio Grande.

April 4th

The Floor Is Lava 

The Floor Is Lava” is an exploration of the freshest scripted comedy in Austin oozing its way to the stage with the help of Austin’s best writers and performers. Fun, loose, and experimental, The Floor Is Lava is a platform for Austin‘s molten hot comics to try new sketches and for audiences to keep their feet off the ground!

April 5th

Stepbrothers at Doc’s Drive-In

Come watch Stepbrothers on the big screen at Doc’s Drive-In Theatre starting at 8:30 p.m. Come early or stay late and check out their underground 1920s speakeasy bar, Mama Merlot’s! Get tickets here.

April 6th

Live Fire

Live Fire is Austin’s hottest culinary event, where top-notch chefs showcase the versatility of Texas beef in innovative bites cooked over an open flame. This beefy Texas bash features the best in cooking craftsmanship alongside impressive wine, craft beer, and premium spirits tastings. Keeping with tradition, a blazing lineup of nationally recognized chefs and statewide favorites will turn up the heat.

April 7th

Riverdance 25th Anniversary Show 

Riverdance, as you’ve never seen it before! A powerful and stirring reinvention of this beloved favorite, celebrated the world over for its Grammy award‐winning score and the thrilling energy and passion of its Irish and international dance. Goin on at the Bass Concert Hall April 7th – 9th.

April 8th

Billy Joel And Stevie Nicks at AT&T Stadium

Two icons – one night only. Catch Billy Joel and Stevie Nicks live at AT&T Stadium on Saturday, April 8!

April 9th

Adult Easter Egg Hunt 

Hop this way to a special brewery tour followed by an egg hunt! Take a quick tour and learn about Blue Owl’s unique brewing process, then hit the nostalgia button searching about their brew space for hidden eggs containing special prizes! Each ticket includes 12oz glass for keeps, four pours of beer, and an egg hunt! Pre-purchase your ticket today for a guaranteed spot.

April 10th

ATX Short Film Showcase

The ATX Short Film Showcase is Austin’s monthly film festival. Every month, they curate 7-8 local short films, followed by a Q&A session with the filmmakers. Whether you’re interested in learning about the filmmaking process, looking to network with fellow Texas filmmakers, or just want a fun night of entertainment, come check them out!

April 11th

Cold Brew Comedy

Cold Brew Comedy is a stand up comedy show with a line up of some of the best comedians in Austin, TX, hosted at one of the city’s most loved downtown venues. Located inside the first floor of Native Hostel, there will be a full liquor and coffee bar. Tickets for our first show in April are just $5 online, $10 at the door.

April 12th

2023 Career Expo

The City of Austin is hosting its 12th Annual Career Expo. The Career Expo is intended to help build a stronger community by providing opportunities for local employers to connect with talent to fill critical vacancies and help job seekers find that perfect job/career opportunity. Register here.

April 13th

I Love The 90s Trivia 

Join Get It Gals at The Pitch for 90s trivia. Registration opens at 6 p.m. and the quiz takes place from 7-9 p.m.

April 14th

The Aviator Nation Bash! 

Every ticket gives you not only one of the hottest comedy shows in town, but also access to the Broken Zoo After Party, a chance to win an Aviator Nation Prize Package, and access to complimentary drinks all night, brought to you by their sponsor, Tequila 512!

April 15th


Get ready to witness the daredevils of MotoGP push themselves to the limit at the Red Bull Grand Prix of The Americas on April 14-16 at Circuit of The Americas in Austin, Texas! This year’s event is set to be even more thrilling as it features three days of non-stop racing action as well as the first-ever MotoGP sprint race in the United States.

April 16th

Diplo At Superstition

Thomas Wesley Pentz, known professionally as Diplo, is an American DJ and music producer. He is the co-creator and lead member of the electronic dancehall music project Major Lazer. Catch him at Superstition on April 16th. Get tickets here.

April 17th

Good Egg Bad Egg

Good Egg Bad Egg is Fallout’s weekly stand up comedy show where the audience helps the comedians decide the fate of their jokes! Each comic performs a fresh set they’ve been working on and your laughs will decide if their jokes are good eggs… or bad egg that should be thrown out. Hosted by Elizabeth Spears and Megan Tucei and frequented by many of the city’s best stand up comics, Good Egg Bad Egg serves up fresh new laughs every Monday at 9:30pm.

April 18th

A Live One (Phish Tribute) 

A Live One is Texas’ premier Phish tribute! Catch the show at Antone’s starting at midnight. Tickets are $15 in advance or $20 at the door.

April 19th

Howie Mandel at Paramount

Howie Mandel has remained a constant force in show business for more than 30 years. He’s headlining at Paramount Theater during the Moontower Comedy Fest. Get tickets here.

April 20th

FSG 4/20 Bash 

Feels So Good is throwing a 4/20 bash complete with live music, local vendors, food, and free drinks. Tickets are $8 in advance or $10 at the door.

April 21st

Rock The Park Concert Series 

KUTX is ready to bring in spring with some of Austin’s favorite bands – Flora & Fawna, Luna Luna, Urban Heat, Rosie Flores, Staci Gray and more – at Rock the Park, Austin’s favorite family friendly concert series at the Mueller Lake Park Amphitheater. Rock the Park takes place one Friday each month, March through June. This all-ages music series is free and open to the public.

April 22nd

Bad Bunny Everything

Calling all Bad Bunny fans! Head to Parish for the ultimate Bad Bunny dance party. Tickets are $15 and can be purchased online here.

April 23rd

Yee-Craw: A Tex-Orleans Experience

Resound and Empire teamed up to bring you Yee-Craw: A Tex-Orleans Experience. There will be a massive crawfish boil along with performances from Galactic, The Suffers, and more. GA tickets start at $45 and include admission and crawfish.

April 24th

Make It Monday: Ceramics Workshop

Austin Kiln Club is now offering mini workshops so everyone can get together and play with clay. They will be hosting folks at Figment Creative Labs. These mini workshops are opportunities to try out something new in a casual setting in a quick, easy, and simplified way. Attendees are encouraged to bring snacks and/or drinks to enjoy as you work.

April 25th

Kali Uchis – Red Mood in Venus Tour 

Kali Uchis is currently on tour for her third album, Red Moon in Venus. She’ll be performing at the Moody Amphitheater at Waterloo Greenway starting at 7:30 p.m. Get tickets here.

April 26th

Elevate ATX: Women in Business Networking

Elevate ATX helps you make connections, not just contacts. Their events are limited to 25 attendees to ensure you leave with genuine connections. Ticket price includes light snacks and beverages.

April 27th

Harry Potter Trivia at Still Austin Whiskey 

Love Harry Potter? Head over to Still Austin Whiskey Co. for Harry Potter Trivia with Get It Gals. Trivia is free to play. Registration opens at 6 p.m. and the quiz run from 7-9 p.m.

April 28th

Austin Psych Fest

Austin Psych Fest transformed into Levitation in 2014 but they’re bringing the name back for a special 15th year celebration, happening April 28-30 at The Far Our Lounge. The fest is headlined by Toro Y Moi, Yves Tumor and Crumb on Night 1; Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, The Raveonettes, and Black Angels (playing Directions to See a Ghost in full) on Night 2; and Cuco and Melody’s Echo Chamber on Night 3.

April 29th

Austin Blues Festival 

The origins of the Austin Blues Festival date back to 1999, when Clifford Antone hosted the first-ever Antone’s Blues Festival at Waterloo Park as a way to showcase some of his favorite artists who were too large to play at his namesake downtown venue. Now, more than two decades later, Antone’s and Waterloo Greenway are joining forces to bring blues back to Waterloo Park with an incredible lineup of national talent performing at the 5,000-seat Moody Amphitheater. Following the performances in the park, Antone’s Nightclub will host an official aftershow.

April 30th

Whose Life is it Anyway? (Supporting Reproductive Rights)

Head over to ColdTowne Theater for Whose Life Is It Anyway? – a hysterical show about de-stigmatizing and demystifying abortion. Comedy can be a powerful tool for hope, healing, and hell-raising so they’re doling out catharsis for a cause.

Born and raised in Austin, Emily thrives off sunlight and a good happy hour. In her free time she enjoys finding hidden spots along the greenbelt and frequent trips to Austin Pets Alive! She graduated with a degree in PR and has spent the past four years as a social media manager and writer.