Your weekend itinerary is here! For the week of May 22-28, Citygram recommends:
Unplugged at the Grove is in its 21st year of celebrating free, live music. This summer series, sponsored by KGSR, runs from April to September. Catch Austin favorite, Bob Schneider this week, starting at 8pm at Shady Grove.
Enjoy specialty tequilas from near and far, and a wide variety of small plates at Brazos Hall. Your ticket gets you 10 taster tickets, complimentary tapas and a souvenir glass. Proceeds benefit Dell Children’s Medical Center.
Tickets from $20
Boomtown is a musical comedy about the rise of a lawless Texas town, set in the 1920’s during the height of the Texas Oil Boom. Saturday is closing night of the show’s four-day run at the Long Center.
Live jazz by the Rain Cross Jazz Trio, $3 mimosas and a brunch buffet that includes glazed pepper bacon, chorizo egg tart, San Jose Granola and more. Don’t miss the last brunch in this unique series this Saturday.
tickets starting at $30
The first Austin Jazz Festival will feature international Jazz master, Kirk Whalum, Jazz Funk Soul with Jeff Lorber and Everette Harp, saxophonist Jessy J and flautist Althea René. Spend your day in beautiful hill country at the Backyard at Bee Cave this Sunday.
Presented by Real Ale Brewing Company, the last Tuesday of each month brings some of the best food trucks to the Long Center. This week, enjoy music by Doug Strahan and the Good Neighbors from 6-9pm.
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Featured Event: Unplugged at the Grove with Bob Schneider
Photo: Jeff Swenson