It’s nicknamed “the Live Music Capital of the World” for a reason — discover a world of entertainment outside your door at Austin Proper, with world-class venues and sports arenas regularly playing host to legendary acts, emerging artists, championship games, cultural performances, immersive events, and everything in between.
The 15,000+ seat Moody Center may be the newest venue in town, but it’s already primed to host some of the city’s biggest performances—the expansive, state-of-the-art space is designed for both world-class concerts and sporting events, including the University of Texas’ basketball games, local events, and more.
From outdoor concerts to community festivals to city-wide events, discover a limitless lineup of entertainment at the 5,000+ capacity Moody Amphitheater in Waterloo Park, an 11-acre revitalized green space framed by hike-and-bike trails, Hill Country Gardens, local food trucks, and welcoming gathering spaces to relax and picnic.
At the legendary Austin City Limits Live at The Moody Theater, step inside one of the world’s most beloved live music experiences…all part of the intimate PBS concert series that’s American television’s longest running music show. Catch a performance inside ACL’s permanent home downtown, part of the Block 21 development—a sustainability-conscious, LEED-certified space developed by the U.S. Green Building Council.
Experience a performance in the historic Paramount Theatre, a venue and movie theater originally built in 1915, and included in the National Register of Historic Places. Today, find a diverse menu of offerings, including live music, film screenings, and more as part of the Paramount’s year-round programming.
During the 1970′s, Stubb’s became the heart of Austin’s emerging music scene, a frequent host to soon-to-be-legendary musicians “playing for supper,” including Joe Ely, Stevie Ray Vaughn, Muddy Waters, John Lee Hooker, Willie Nelson, Johnny Cash, and Linda Ronstadt (to name only a few). It’s impact remains relevant, with the downtown venue, bar, and BBQ restaurant remaining a local pillar of live music and touring acts.
Established in 1975 by the late Clifford Antone, Antone’s started as an iconic blues venue and through the decades played host to everyone from B.B. King to Jimmy Reed, Ray Charles to James Brown. In 2015, the historic space was restored back to its original glory, bringing the blues back to Downtown Austin with an ongoing lineup of live performances.
Darrell K Royal Memorial Stadium (formerly War Memorial Stadium, Memorial Stadium, and Texas Memorial Stadium), located in Austin, Texas, on the campus of the University of Texas, has been home to the Longhorns football team since 1924.
The ultimate destination for racing and entertainment. Home to Formula 1, MotoGP, INDYCAR, Germania Insurance Amphitheater, COTA Karting and more.
The Q2 Stadium is a soccer-specific stadium located in the North Burnet section of North Austin, Texas, United States. It is the home of Austin FC, a Major League Soccer team that began play in 2021.
Book your tee time at Roy Kizer Golf Course, a links-style layout spread over 200 acres in Southeast Austin. With 35 acres of lakes and 22 acres of wetlands, the golf course offers residency to migratory waterfowl in the area and is a beautiful track for all skill levels.