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One part vaudeville and one part stinging political/social satire, this place has been amusing and delighting its guests, as well as the pedestrians who pass by its front-stage windows and observe its goings-on, since the late 1970s. A troupe of multi-talented performers write, act, sing and dance their way across a broad and constantly updated comedic map that pokes fun at our elected officials, celebrity icons, and regular citizens. It is not all for laughs, though; a magical act comes on a couple of times per show to startle and captivate your senses. This is a true downtown institution.
Beerland, the name says it all. Beers at great prices is just one of the good things about this bar. Occasional live music performed and a rock and roll jukebox always enlighten the bar environment, not to mention pool and arcade games for everybody. One good place to drink your beer, for real.
Thrilling to the core, Empire Control Room & Garage is one of the most popular concert spaces of the city and guarantees an entertaining night to all who attend. It has two venues- the Control Room seating 350 and the Garage with a capacity of 850. George Clinton, Daedelus, TNGHT, Robert Glasper, Dirt Nasty, Jim James and Flying Lotus are just a few of the sparkling names who have performed here. The outdoor patio offers the glittering lights of the stars and plenty of fresh air to catch a breath.
Austin Convention Center is 411,000 square foot convention, exhibition, and general meeting hall located between Town Lake and Sixth Street, a short walk to hotels and the entertainment district. The facility contains the city's largest ballroom, 29 meeting rooms, and with a recent expansion, additional exhibition halls and an upper level ballroom. The award winning facility is made of native Texas materials ranging from limestone to granite and regularly sponsors concerts, seminars, trade shows, high-tech conventions, and more. Look up their website for a calendar of events or to contact the center to schedule your own event. Parking is two blocks west on Cesar Chavez.
The city of Austin has many event venues, and though the Waller Creek Center does not host acts from Austin City Limits, it is still considered a community gathering place. Located across Tenth Street inside the Austin Public Utilities building, it hosts variety of events ranging from municipal meetings to conferences.