Connect with us

LGBTQ+ Guides

Austin Sports

Published

on

Austin is full of healthy and active people and Austin’s LGBTQ community is no different. Whether you’re an athlete looking to play in an organized league or just want to hang out with like-minded individuals, there’s a place for you in one of Austin’s LGBTQ sports leagues, groups or clubs. We’ve organized our annual sports fair since 2010 and we’ve seen the sports community grow in that time.


BASKETBALL

Austin Gay Basketball League

Austin Gay Basketball League marching in the Austin Pride Parade September 2015. Photo credit: Josh Martinez

Austin Gay Basketball League
PO Box 40252, Austin TX 78704
info@agbl.org
agbl.org

The Austin Gay Basketball League was created to provide a welcoming environment to all lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people who are interested in playing basketball, building friendships, and giving back to Austin’s community. AGBL promotes an athletic environment free of discrimination. LGBT-friendly basketball players are encouraged to come out and join as well. Beginners are always welcome!

Winter & Summer Seasons

The AGBL hosts both a winter season, with games on Friday nights, starting in January and a summer season, with games on Thursday nights, starting in June. Both seasons run between 6 to 8 weeks. Each season features three divisions based on player skill level — recreational, competitive and advanced. All divisions are co-ed. All new players are required to attend a rating session to assess their skills and get assigned to the appropriate division. Cost to register is $60-$65, depending on when you sign up. 

Other Opportunities

The league hosts open play of pick up games between seasons at the First United Methodist Church’s Family Life Center. The gymnasium is located upstairs. Check out the league’s Facebook events page for upcoming open play nights, which are typically divisions specific. Cost for open play is $2 which is donated back to the church for the use of their space. Additionally, the league also hosts skills sessions throughout the year.

The league also hosts several social events throughout the year, including a uniform social before the seasons start where players pick up their t-shirts and meet their teams as well as post-game social after each seasons’ games. 

Volunteer

The AGBL is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization and welcome any volunteers or donations. Volunteers can help with game night operations and assisting in social events.


BOWLING

Austin Pride Bowling League

The Austin Pride Bowling League meets Tuesday nights at the Dart Bowl in northern Central Austin.
The Austin Pride Bowling League meets Tuesday nights at the Dart Bowl in northern Central Austin. Photo credit: Austin Pride Bowling League / Facebook

Austin Pride Bowling League
pridebowlingATX@gmail.com
facebook.com/groups/AustinGayBowlingLeague/

CYCLING

Queer Ride

Queer Ride hits the road every Wednesday night.
Queer Ride hits the road every Wednesday night. Photo credit: Queer Ride / Facebook

Queer Ride 
queerride@gmail.com
queerride.org
facebook.com/groups/QRATX/

Started in Austin in 2011, Queer Ride is a weekly inclusive social ride that aims to be the most fun, inclusive, care-free, no-drop social ride for queer folks and allies.

Weekly Wednesday Night Ride

Meet up every Wednesday at 7 PM at the South gates of the Texas State Capitol on 11th St facing Congress. Wheels down at 7:30 PM for a 10-15 mile ride.

Queer Ride rides AS traffic and NOT AGAINST it. Riders avoid sidewalks as much as possible, stop at red lights, yield the right of way, and don’t block extra lanes at intersections. Riders share the road with all vehicles. 

DODGEBALL

Gay Dodgeball

Gay Dodgeball: Austin
gaydodgeball.com/austin.html
facebook.com/groups/1610312579031698/

Varsity Gay League

Varsity Gay League: Austin – Dodgeball
varsitygayleague.com/austin/
facebook.com/groups/VGLAustin/

FLAG FOOTBALL

Austin Gay Flag Football League

Players of the Austin Gay Flag Football League's inaugural Fall Season
Players of the Austin Gay Flag Football League’s inaugural Fall Season. Photo credit: Austin Gay Flag Football League / Facebook

Austin Gay Flag Football League
atxgfl.com
atxgfl@gmail.com

The Capitals

The league’s travel team, the Austin Capitals, plays in tournaments around the country such as the National Gay Flag Football League’s Gay Bowl where the Capital brought home the championship from Washington, D.C. in 2016 and second place from Boston in 2017. The Capitals also brought home second place from Chicago’s Pride Bowl X in 2017.

The Austin Capitals after winning the national championship in the Open B Division at Gay Bowl XVI in Washington, D.C. October 2016.
The Austin Capitals after winning the national championship in the Open B Division at Gay Bowl XVI in Washington, D.C. October 2016. Photo credit: Steven Rhea Delgado

Volunteer

The ATXGBL is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization and donations are appreciated. 

KICKBALL

Gay Kickball

Varsity Gay League

ROCK CLIMBING

G.L.A.M. Climb of Texas

G.L.A.M. Climb of Texas
glamatx@gmail.com
facebook.com/groups/glamclimb/

RUGBY

RUNNING

Austin Front Runners

Austin Front Runners
president@austinfrontrunners.org
austinfrontrunners.com
facebook.com/groups/austinfrontrunners/

SOCCER

Austin Goldstars Soccer Club

Austin Goldstars Soccer Club
secretary.goldstars@gmail.com
austingoldstars.com

SOFTBALL

Softball Austin

Softball Austin
membership@softballaustin.org
softballaustin.org

TENNIS

Austin Tennis Club

Austin Tennis Club
austintennisclub@yahoo.com
austintennisclub.com

VOLLEYBALL

Volleyball Austin

Volleyball Austin
PO Box 40253, Austin TX 78704
info@volleyballaustin.com
volleyballaustin.com

Chase is the Founder and Creative Director of therepubliq.com, Host and Executive Producer of OutCast Austin, an award-winning LGBT weekly radio program on KOOP 91.7 FM in Austin. In 2011, he was named the Critics Pick for 'Most Gaybiquitous' in the Austin Chronicle's Best of Austin. In 2012, CultureMap Austin named him one of Austin's Top LGBT bloggers and he received the AGLCC's Chamber Award for Social Media Diva.

Continue Reading
Advertisement
Comments

LGBTQ+ Guides

Drag Queen Bingo

Beyond drag queen brunches, drag queen bingo is coming in to its own in Austin with many of your not-so-typical venues bringing in local queens to host a bingo night. Check out our new guide on when you can find your favorite queen rolling balls.

Published

on

It’s hard to believe, but there actually was a time in Austin that you would have been hard pressed to find a drag queen hosting bingo game night anywhere in the city. These days, drag queen bingo nights are about as ubiquitous as craft breweries in Austin. In fact, several local craft breweries host drag queen bingo nights themselves.

Back in 2012, Rebecca Havemeyer hosted her first Shitty Kitty Big Ball Bingo down on 4th Street at Rain on 4th. It was White Elephant-style and there was actual cat shit involved.

One of the highlights was whenever she pulled the (dreaded) B-11 … or as she called it BEH-ONCE … and the deejay would throw on a Beyonce number and she’d go crazy, dancing up and down the tables and cages (back when Rain had cages).

It became a huge success, and during it’s run, it raised thousands for a range of non-profit organizations. Unfortunately, as Rebecca Havemeyer’s creator Paul Soileau’s other character, Christeene became more and more successful and was on the road more often, it became difficult to keep the show going on.

Fortunately, popularity creates opportunity, so by the time Rain put the bingo cage away, there were plenty of other drag queens hosting bingo nights around town for those looking to roll balls.

If you’re looking for a weekly fix, you can find Lady Grackle in the Warehouse District hosting Dirty Bird Drag Queen Bingo at Highland every Sunday night from 7-10 PM. Over in the Red River District, Rhonda Jewels serves up a special version of bingo with Drag Queen Bling-O at the Waller Creek Pub House on Friday nights from 8-10 PM. While up north, Vegas Van Cartier hosts bingo night twice a week at BT2: Sunday evenings at 5 PM and Thursday nights at 7 PM.

Louisianna Purchase hosts two bingo nights each month. The first at the St Elmo Brewing Company on the third Wednesday of the month and the second at Jo’s Coffee Downtown on the last Friday of the month, both from 7-9 PM.

Cupcake and Maeve Haven host the popular Big Boobie Bingo down on South Lamar at Maria’s Taco Xpress the first Tuesday of the month from 6-9 PM.

If you’re looking bingo that’s a little bougie, check out our Big Gay River Float partner Austin Tour Company and their Deep Eddy Drag Queen Bingo Bus the second Sunday of each month, hosted by Colleen Deforrest. The package, which runs $35, includes transportation out to the Deep Eddy Vodka Tasting Room in Dripping Springs, with pick up and dropoff on 4th Street at Oilcan Harry’s, a cocktail in a souvenir glass, multiple rounds of bingo and performances by Colleen.

Check out all these events and more on our community calendar.

Upcoming Bingo Events

25aug7:00 PM10:00 PMDirty Bird Drag Queen BingoHost by Lady Grackle Birdbreath7:00 PM - 10:00 PM Highland LoungeCategories:DragAges:21+

29aug7:00 PM9:00 PMDrag BingoHost by Vegas Van Cartier7:00 PM - 9:00 PM BT2 AustinCategories:DragAges:21+

30aug7:00 PM9:00 PMDrag Queen BingoHosted by Louisianna Purchase7:00 PM - 9:00 PM Jo's Coffee DowntownCategories:DragAges:All Ages

30aug8:00 PM10:00 PMWaller Creek Pub House Drag Queen Bling-OHosted by Rhonda Jewels8:00 PM - 10:00 PM Waller Creek Pub HouseCategories:DragAges:All Ages

Continue Reading

LGBTQ+ Guides

Austin Women

Published

on

Crosswalk with lesbian couple symbols

One of the most asked questions of therepubliq by visitors: Where are the lesbian bars?

Unfortunately, since Lipstick24 closed back in March 2013, Austin has been without a dedicated lesbian bar. This isn’t a new problem. Lesbian bars here in Austin just don’t seems to last very long. Fortunately, there are several groups and promoters in Austin who are filling the gap, creating events curated specifically for queer women.

I started this list several years ago, in response to travelers coming to Austin who messaged therepubliq wanting to know where the ladies when went to party. I’ve kept it updated over the years, because, like everything else in Austin, things change.

This shouldn’t be considered a comprehensive guide to lesbian Austin, by any means; but, it’s a start and it’s been helpful to several people in planning their travels to Austin. If you have anything you’d like to contribute to the guide (tips, resources, promoters, events), email me at chase@therepubliq.com and I’ll include it in the next round of edits.


SHOPPING

BookWoman

5501 N Lamar Blvd, Ste A105, Austin TX 78751
512-472-2785
bookwomanaustin@gmail.com
ebookwoman.com
facebook.com/bookwomanaustin

BookWoman has been an Austin institution since it started out as a collective in an upstairs space down on The Drag back in 1975. Today, it sits in its current location on North Lamar, one of the few remaining feminist bookstores in the country.

Not just limited to books, you can find plenty of gift ideas at BookWoman, including jewelry, t-shirts, totes, knick-knacks and more. Plus, they host events year-round — readings, book clubs, live music and more.


SOCIAL

Austin Lesbian Coffee House

meetup.com/AustinLesbianCoffeeHouse

Austin Lesbian Coffee House is a MeetUp group for women (transgender women included) who identify as lesbians. It is also one of the few MeetUp groups in Austin that still relatively active.

According to the group’s ‘What we’re about’ section on MeetUp, “If you are at present an active bisexual, we wish you every happiness, but this group is not for you” …. “Because this group is intended to serve the needs of lesbian women, no men or straight women are allowed at any of our events.”

Austin Lesbian Game Night

facebook.com/Austin-Lesbian-Game-Night-117457598904993/

If you’re up for board games, the Facebook Group Austin Lesbian Game Night hosts a monthly game night, typically the last Saturday of the month, at Emerald Tavern Games and Cafe in North Austin, near Research Blvd (Hwy 183) and Burnet.

Lesbians Who Tech & Allies

lesbianswhotech.org
facebook.com/lesbianswhotech

Lesbians Who Tech is a global community of queer women in or around tech and the people who love them. The Austin chapter hosts networking events throughout the year.

SpeedAustin GayDate

866-WE-SPEED
info@speedaustingaydate.com
speedaustingaydate.com

Relatively new to Austin, SpeedAustin GayDate is part of a 50-city global network of speed dating events. They host a semi-monthly lesbian speed dating event at Academia, down on 4th Street.


PROMOTERS

Faye Fearless

events@fayefearless.com
fayefearless.com
facebook.com/fayefearless

Faye Fearless hosts several events, covering a wide range of subjects, throughout the year; but two are dedicated to queer self identified women & non-binary folks in Austin.

First is the annual Lez Prom, typically held in February, around Valentine’s Day. Second is Nautickle, a “Naughty Lesbian Boat Party” that is open to queer identified, women loving folks. Faye also hosts a queer version of Nautickle that is open to all queer folks.

Lesbutante and the Boss

lesbutanteandtheboss@gmail.com
lesbutanteandtheboss.com
facebook.com/thelesbutanteandtheboss

Kelly Frances West and Michelle Solorzano Daly aka Mitch, respectively Lesbutante & the Boss, host several events curated for gay womxn. The events are trans-inclusive and all LGBTQIA+ and allies are welcome at the events.

Currently, they host a monthly ladies night down on 4th Street at Sellers Underground on the second Friday of each month starting at 9 PM. They also hosts several events throughout the year, including the official women’s party during Austin PRIDE in August as well as events during South By Southwest (SXSW) in March.

QueerGirl Austin

queergirlevents.com
facebook.com/queergirlevents

QueerGirl, a nationwide events company that hosts high-energy parties that “embody the style and feel of the next generation of queer women,” recently launched in Austin with Andrea Hinojosa heading up operations in the Texas region.


Where The Girls Go/ATX

facebook.com/wherethegirlsgoatx

Led by Sarah Marloff from the Austin Chronicle‘s Qmmunity (formerly The Gay Place), Where The Girls Go/ATX creates “new queer (grrrl) dance parties & trans-positive, all-gender-inclusive, anti-isms/ists, pro-makeout spaces”.

In August 2015, the Austin outpost of the monthly Guerrilla Queer Bar led by local founder Richard MacKinnon, held it’s final ‘invasion’ — #179. Since then, Where The Girls Go/ATX has hosted several events under the “Guerrilla Queer Bar” banner, albeit intermittently..


EVENTS

august 2019

No Events

Continue Reading

LGBTQ+ Guides

Austin Eats: Late Night

Published

on

Interior of the Star Seeds Cafe. Photo credit: @StarSeedsCafe / Facebook

Have you been out for a late night … you know … when you tell yourself, “one more drink” and the next thing you know, you hear them calling last call? Or maybe you catch a show at Bass or the Paramount and after the third curtain you come out to realize it’s been four hours. Or, my favorite, when your musician friend tells you to come check out his band and you find out they don’t go on for another two hours.

Chances are at some point you will want to get something to eat. But what if you’re not in the mood for IHOP and ***gasp*** don’t want to wait in the drive-thru line for Whataburger? Luckily, Austin has enough late night dining options so you can avoid the Rooty Tooty Fresh ‘N Fruity or decide between the fries and onion rings with your burger (but if you have to, always go with the rings).

We’ve collect a few of our favorite options below:

24 Diner

24 Diner located at West 6th Street and Lamar, next to Waterloo Records. Photo credit: @thebeardapproves / Instagram

600 N. Lamar Blvd. / 512-472-5400
Open 24 hours daily, except Wednesdays when it’s closed from 1 – 6 AM

Located next door to Waterloo Records at the corner of 6th Street and Lamar, this mid-century mod design hotspot is on homage to the classic diners of the ’50s with a uniquely Austin flavor. Serving chef-inspired farm-to-table, comfort food with seasonal organic produce. Breakfast served all day. Gluten-free menu available.

Recommended: Chicken & Waffles, Meatloaf, Bacon Gorgonzola burger, vegan hash


888 Pan Asian Restaurant

888 Pan Asian Restaurant on East Oltorf. Photo credit: @888panasian / Facebook

2400 E Oltorf St #1A / 512-448-4722
Open until 2 AM every day, except Sunday when it closes at 11:30 PM.

Located in the Willow Creek shopping center, off Oltorf, 888 Pan Asian has, as its name implies, a bit of many things Asian — Thai, Vietnamese and Chinese. It’s located in a strip mall, so don’t expect a high-class dining experience. There’s an extensive menu, it’s relatively cheap, and it’s your best, if not only, option if you’re craving a bowl of phở after 10 PM. Vegetarian options available.

Recommended: Phở, Orange Chicken, Pineapple Fried Rice

Chinatown

Chinatown’s downtown location off West 5th Street. Photo credit: @chinatowndowntown / Facebook

107 W 5th St / 512-637-8888
Open until 2 AM Fridays and Saturdays.

Chinatown’s downtown location is a staple of late night dining in Austin … especially being just a block from 4th Street. Food and service can be hit or miss, depending on your experience and expectations, but as long as you can tolerate karaoke with your meal, Chinatown can help you with your late night Chinese fix.

Recommended: Calamari, Crab puffs


Frank

Frank on Colorado Street, in the heart of the Warehouse District.

407 Colorado St / 512-494-6916
Open until 2 AM Fridays and Saturdays.

Located in the heart of the Warehouse District, Frank has an offering of hot dogs and artisan sausages that will satisfy just about any carnivorous craving … and enough of a gluten-free and vegan offering that you can bring that non-meat eater along. Be sure to try the new specials each week. Gluten-free and vegan menu available.

Recommended: The Notorious P.I.G., chili cheese waffle fries, Frank Frito pie, Lil Smokie corn dog bites, chocolate covered bacon

Kerbey Lane

The original Kerbey Lane Cafe opened in a small house on the eponymous street back in 1980. Photo credit: @KerbeyLaneCafe / Facebook

3003 South Lamar Blvd / 512-445-4451
2606 Guadalupe St / 512-477-5717
4301 West William Cannon Dr / 512-899-1500
Open 24 hours daily. Note: Original & Westlake locations are not open 24 hours.

While the original location on the eponymous street, along with the location in Westlake, are not open 24 hours, there are four other Kerbey Lane locations in Austin to choose from if you want to get your fix for Kerbey queso. For those not familiar with Kerbey Lane, think old-school diner with an Austin flavor. Get your breakfast basics with the Kerbey Lane Combo — two eggs, two half size pancakes, fruit, bacon & all-natural sausage. Got a craving for comfort foods? Try the bacon-wrapped meatloaf or the Chicken fried steak. Breakfast served all day. Gluten-free and vegan menu available.

Recommended: Kerbey queso, daily pancake special, Kerbey Scramble


Magnolia Cafe

The Magnolia Cafe on South Congress has been feeding Austin since 1988. Photo credit: @magnoliaaustinsouth / Facebook

2304 Lake Austin Blvd / 512-478-8645
1920 South Congress Ave / 512-445-0000
Open 24 hours daily

Magnolia Cafe is an Austin institution. It started out as Omelettry West at its Lake Austin Blvd location back in 1979 and was rebranded Magnolia Cafe in 1987. In 1988, it expanded to its location on South Congress Avenue. Both locations get really busy, especially after last call on the weekends as the bar crowd begins the mass exodus from downtown. Just put your name on the list and wait. Serving sizes are larger than most and the pancakes are HUGE, so order accordingly. Breakfast served all day. Gluten-free and vegan menu available.

Recommended: Mag mud, Eggscape, Eggs Zapatino (Eggs Benedict, but covered in queso!), T. Rex or Popeye omlette, Magna Cristo sandwich

La Mexicana Bakery

La Mexicana Bakery in South Austin, off South First Street. Photo credit: That Other Paper / Flickr

1924 South 1st St / 512-443-6369
Open 24 hours daily

This unassuming spot off South First Street features a panaderia that serves up breakfast tacos — all day, all night long. Grab a few to go or order from the menu and take a seat if you’re looking for a heartier meal — huevos rancheros or migas. After your meal, grab a few pastries from the case for the next morning … or maybe just later that night.

Recommended: breakfast tacos, tres leches cake, empanadas


More Home Slice

More Home Slice on South Congress. Photo credit: @homeslicepizza / Facebook

1421 South Congress Ave / 512-444-7437
Open until 3 AM on Fridays and Saturdays

If you’re craving pizza after a night out, head down to SOCO, aka South Congress, for Home Slice’s take-out place, More Home Slice. Located in the building next door to their dine-in location (next to Stag), you can grab a slice of pizza until 3 AM on the weekends. There is a limited selection … usually cheese, pepperoni, Margherita and two specialty pizzas … but these are their best sellers and after one bite, you’ll understand why.

Recommended: Margherita pizza, Sausage pizza

Star Seeds Cafe

Star Seeds sits next door to the Days Inn, in the shadow of the I-35 upper deck. Photo credit: @StarSeedsCafe / Facebook

3101 IH-35 Frontage Rd / 512-478-7107
Open 24 hours daily

While the infamous list of things you shouldn’t do is gone, Star Seeds Cafe, albeit a few changes in management and a remodel later, is still around as vague reminder of the Austin of times long gone. A favorite hot spot for locals and visitors in the know, Star Seeds can be a bit intimidating, especially at night … given its location in the shadow of the I-35 upper deck. Don’t expect anything fancy, but it’s a solid option when you’re craving a chicken fried steak or cheese burger at 4 AM. Late night, you’ll most likely run in to service industry folks coming off their shifts downtown and students with its proximity to the UT campus.

Recommended: Eye Opener combo, chicken fried steak, chicken wrap


El Taquito

El Taquito’s Austin location on East Riverside Drive. Photo credit: El Taquito website

1713 East Riverside Dr / 512-851-8226
Open Mondays til 2 AM, Tuesdays-Thursdays til 3 AM, and Fridays-Sundays til 4 AM

Austinites love their tacos and El Taquito is one reason why. Located off East Riverside, this place is open late … like really late … 2-3 AM during the weekdays and til 4 AM on weekends. So after you’re done downtown, head on over to Riverside Drive. It can be hard to find at night, especially if you’re not familiar with the area. Coming from I-35, turn right on to Old East Riverside Drive across from Baby Acapulco’s, just past the intersection for Lakeshore Drive. Saturday nights get pretty busy after last call, so expect a wait, but it will be worth satisfying that taco craving.

Recommended: Al Pastor tacos (add pineapple), bistek tacos, queso fundido

Teji’s

Teji’s Austin location on The Drag across from the University of Texas campus. Photo credit: Apartments.com

2100 Guadalupe St, Ste B / 512-215-0307
Open every day til 3 AM

What do you do if it’s 1 AM and you’re craving Indian food? Head down to campus and the Austin location of Teji’s. Located on the south end of The Drag, it fills in the Indian niche in the cluster of Asian restaurants between MLK and 21st Street. And given it’s location across from the University of Texas campus, most customers tend to be students. Prices are very reasonable given the large portions. Give yourself more time if you order anything from the tandoor, especially if it’s busy. Vegetarian options available.

Recommended: naan (any/all of them), chicken tikka masala (especially if you’re new to Indian food or don’t like spicy food), tandoori chicken, chicken biryani.


Texas Chili Parlor

The Texas Chili Parlor in the shadow of the Texas State Capitol building has been an Austin institution since 1976. Photo credit: Facebook

1409 Lavaca St / 512-472-2828
Open every day til 2 AM

Located just a couple blocks away from the capitol building, the Texas Chili Parlor has been serving Austin since 1976. And there’s a reason why it’s endured for so long. During the day, it can get pretty busy, as it fills up with state workers from the Capitol Complex, and even more so when the legislature is in session. While it’s pretty much your only late-night option in the area … service can be hit-or-miss … their chili is pretty spot on.

Recommended: XX chili, Frito pie,

Continue Reading
Advertisement

Advertisement
Advertisement
Advertisement
Advertisement

Special Preorder Price

august 2019

25augAll DayFeaturedaGLIFF 32(All Day: sunday) Alamo Drafthouse South LamarCategories:FilmAges:18+

25aug7:00 PM10:00 PMDirty Bird Drag Queen BingoHost by Lady Grackle Birdbreath7:00 PM - 10:00 PM Highland LoungeCategories:DragAges:21+

25aug(aug 25)9:00 PM26(aug 26)2:00 AMRewindFeaturing DJ Dallas Downs9:00 PM - 2:00 AM (26) Rain on 4thCategories:NightlifeAges:21+

25aug(aug 25)9:30 PM26(aug 26)2:00 AMPlanet Fabulous KaraokeHosted by Murrah Noble9:30 PM - 2:00 AM (26) The Iron BearCategories:NightlifeAges:21+

25aug(aug 25)10:00 PM26(aug 26)2:00 AMSuper Sunday Diva Show10:00 PM - 2:00 AM (26) Oilcan Harry'sCategories:DragAges:18+

25aug(aug 25)10:00 PM26(aug 26)2:00 AMKreamHosted by Cupcake10:00 PM - 2:00 AM (26) Sellers UndergroundCategories:Drag,NightlifeAges:21+

25aug(aug 25)10:00 PM26(aug 26)2:00 AMLatin Night ft. DJ PM10:00 PM - 2:00 AM (26) BT2 AustinCategories:NightlifeAges:21+

25aug(aug 25)10:00 PM26(aug 26)2:00 AMLate Night KaraokeHosted by Colleen DeForrest10:00 PM - 2:00 AM (26) Highland LoungeCategories:NightlifeAges:21+

26aug7:00 PM9:00 PMCupcake Bar Trivia7:00 PM - 9:00 PM Rain on 4thCategories:Drag,NightlifeAges:21+

26aug7:00 PM9:00 PMCamp Wannakiki Season 2 Preview PartyHosted by Miss Kitty Litter7:00 PM - 9:00 PM The Iron BearCategories:DragAges:21+

26aug(aug 26)10:00 PM27(aug 27)2:00 AMMartinis & KaraokeHosted by Danny Pintauro10:00 PM - 2:00 AM (27) Rain on 4thCategories:NightlifeAges:21+

26aug(aug 26)10:00 PM27(aug 27)2:00 AMGame Night10:00 PM - 2:00 AM (27) Oilcan Harry'sCategories:NightlifeAges:21+

26aug(aug 26)11:00 PM27(aug 27)2:00 AMAustin’s Next Drag SuperstarHosted by Nadine Hughes11:00 PM - 2:00 AM (27) Sellers UndergroundCategories:DragAges:21+

27aug7:00 PM9:00 PMHomo Arigato presents THE QUEENBenefiting the Hill Country Ride for AIDS7:00 PM - 9:00 PM AFS CinemaCategories:FilmAges:21+

27aug7:00 PM9:00 PMTuesday Social TennisHosted by Austin Tennis Club7:00 PM - 9:00 PM Austin Tennis CenterCategories:TennisAges:All Ages

27aug7:30 PM8:30 PMSummer Sunset SeriesYoga with Wanderlust Yoga Austin7:30 PM - 8:30 PM Republic SquareCategories:FitnessAges:All Ages