Austin July Events Guide

Austin July Events Guide

The sun is shining bright and the days are long here in Austin, Texas. This month we have lots of music and family-friendly activities around town to help you stay cool (and busy)!

7/4/18
H-E-B Austin Symphony July 4th Concert & Fireworks
Vic Mathias Shores (formerly Auditorium Shores)
Attend the largest Independence Day Celebration in Texas. The entire concert and firework display is planned, produced and performed by Austin Symphony Orchestra, with the help of their sponsors.
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7/4/18
Hill Country Galleria Independence Day Celebration
Hill Country Galleria
Enjoy backyard games, the splash pad and day-long sidewalk sale. Dine-in or order food to-go from over 20 restaurant and food options, and end your night with live music and a firework show.
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7/4/18
Willie Nelson’s 4th of July Picnic
Circuit of the Americas
Join Willie Nelson and other amazing artists at the 44th annual Independence Day picnic and music fest. Ending with a patriotic firework show, enjoy an entire day of live music presented by Budweiser.
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7/7/18
Texas Rollergirls Flat Track Roller Derby
The Austin Sports Center
Formed in 2003, the “godmothers of flat track derby” is the only sports league of its kind. Watch the family-friendly entertainment of the derby world in action this summer.
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7/14/18
Splash Party Movie Nights
Deep Eddy Pool
Bring your friends and family to watch “Lego Batman Movie” at this summer movie series event. Relax in the grass or float an inner tube in the 72-degree water at Deep Eddy Pool.
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7/18/18
Blues on the Green
Zilker Park
Austin’s largest free concert series is back! You’re invited to enjoy homegrown music in a relaxed atmosphere. Bring your family, dogs and blankets for a fun evening at Zilker Park.
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7/28/18
Lady Bird Day
Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center
Honoring former First Lady Lady Bird Johnson, this event will include home movies, garden tours, outdoor games and more. Come ready to be inspired and learn about Mrs. Johnson’s environmental legacy.
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