Highlighted Events: May 20th – 26th

Charity Bash

CharityBash Benefit Concert
Thursday, May 23rd from 7-10pm
Come support Citizen Generation and the Groundwork Music Project this Thursday. Sponsored by Mary and Rusty Tally, the event features live music and signature cocktails made from the best Deep Eddy Vodka. Grab your tickets here.

Happy Hour at Maudie’s
Daily
Happening daily at one of the 6 Austin locations. Maudie’s Tex-Mex has been part of the local culture since the early 1950s and still continues! Head out and enjoy a nice margarita or two and discounted food as the heat sets in on Mondays from 3pm to close, Tuesdays-Fridays from 3pm to 6:30 pm, and during the weekend from 10am to 2pm.

Alpha Rev with the Rocketboys
Friday, May 24th from 9 pm
Austin wouldn’t be the same without Threadgills or Alpha Rev or the Rocketboys. All three come together this week for an all ages, highly-anticipated concert. Join these great Austin rock bands at one of the most recognized restaurant/venues in town. Get there early before capacity is reached!

$3 Brunch Cocktails at Gusto: Italian Kitchen & Wine Bar
Sunday, May 26th from 10am to 3pm
Located in the Rosedale neighborhood in north-central Austin, Gusto’s provides a warm Italian atmosphere within its casual and diverse menu. This place has everything a fantastic Italian restaurant needs, from homemade antipasta to pizzas, salads, paninis, pastas, desserts and more! During their Sunday brunch, pair your food with great $3 cocktails or a beer fit for any palate!

103.5 BOB’s Birthday Bash: Hall & Oats at ACL Live
Sunday, May 26th from 8pm
Remember that catchy song from (500) Days of Summer when JGL’s character is just extremely happy and dancing along with everyone  in the park? Well Hall & Oats, the duo behind “You Make My Dreams,” are playing for local radio station 103.5 Bob fm’s birthday bash. This sold out show will definitely be a blast!

Free Zumba Classes at Southwest Key East Austin Community Center
Monday from 6:45 – 7:45pm , Wednesday 5:30 – 6:30 pm, Friday from 6-7pm
Need a little exercise during the week? Southwest Key Programs is doing amazing work keeping families together in trying times and children active in the community. The classes are provided by East Austin Children’s Promise and Physical Education Program (PEP). No pre-registration is required and drop-ins are always welcome.

The Rocky Horror Picture Show at Alamo Drafthouse the Village
Saturday, May 25th at 11:55pm

“Whatever happened to Saturday Night?” – Eddie, The Rocky Horror Picture Show
the_rocky_horror_picture_show_posterYou shouldn’t have the same question! For $5 admission watch the film along with actors reenacting parts of the movie and keep the momentum up by participating with a bag of props. This tradition at the Drafthouse Village has been going on since late 2004 and has been performed weekly since. The best interactive version of this cult film you’ll ever have the pleasure of enjoying. Dressing up is encouraged!

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