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Marvel at these monstrously fun and music-filled things to do this month.
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October is coming up fast and there are plenty of things to do. If you’re ready for the weather to cool down a little, then you are sure to have a great time in Austin come October. The best things to do in Austin always happen in the fall, the city’s designated festival season, so make sure to mark your calendar for these legendary events.
September 10-November 5
The Travel Channel has voted this “The Scariest Haunted House in America. “Experience the world-famous House of Torment Haunted House, Austin’s legendary Halloween event.
September 30-October 2
Celebrate Fredericksburg’s German heritage with food and drink, a waltz and a yodel contest, music on four stages all weekend, artisans, and more.
October 1-November 6 (weekends)
Find out why Barton Hill Farms has been named the best pumpkin patch in Central Texas! Explore their 5-acre corn maze, family friendly activities, and live music in the Biergarten.
September 9-December 31
Witness an immersive exhibit that blends art, nature, and technology at the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center.
September 24-October 31
Enjoy more than 50 fall-inspired games, activities, and attractions at Dr. Pound Historical Farmstead.
October 7-9 & 14-16
ACL Festival features a diverse lineup of acts every year with 9 stages, 100+ performances — and best of all, two weekends.
They are roasting a whole hog over the fire and serving up BBQ plates around 4 p.m. They’re also releasing a taproom favorite, Honeycrumb, a malty ale with rye bread and honey! Enjoy live music all day.
Scholz Garten and the German Free School are both hosting festivals this year.
Alternative pop band Japanese Breakfast will perform live at Stubb’s Waller Creek Amphitheater.
Named one of America’s top 100 open water swims, the Tex Robertson Highland Lakes Challenge is a 5-day open water swimming stage race held in five separate lakes near Austin.
Get ready for a spectacle of speed and sound when the 2022 Formula 1 Aramco United States Grand Prix returns to Circuit of the Americas! The race weekend experience at COTA is packed with pulse-pounding racing action featuring the world’s fastest drivers, can’t-miss musical performances by global superstars, thrilling amusement rides, exquisite local cuisine, and more.
The City of Kyle Parks and Recreation Department invites you to Center Street Trick-or-Treat on Saturday, Oct. 22, from noon to 3 p.m. at Mary Kyle Hartson City Square Park.
This exciting concert will feature frightfully fun symphonic music from John Williams and Danny Elfman. Your whole family is encouraged to dress up in costumes and attend!
Continue this music-filled month by catching Lizzo in concert at The Moody Center!
Canadian indie rock band Mother Mother will perform live at Stubbs. The band shot to popularity after a TikTok trend.
Enjoy a pre-Halloween party at The Belmont. Expect hundreds of party-goers decked out in their Halloween hotness singing, dancing, and drinking, with 3 DJs battling for your attention all-night long.
October 28-November 6
Tanya Tucker, Orville Peck, Los Lobos, the Black Opry featuring Fantastic Negrito and more are set to lead the upcoming 10-day Lucktoberfest music celebration.
Planet K puts on this event with face painting, live art exhibits, a memorial balloon release, vendor booths, community/charity booths, events for kids, a vintage car parade, and great food trucks. These all culminate into one of the biggest fireworks shows in Texas.
As originally published in Realty Austin.