While September is generally the sign of the end of summer for many people, the city of Austin tends to find ways to keep all of the fun of summer itself going for a bit longer anyway. With all of the fun things to do, there’s always the chance that you will never, ever be bored.
Here are three fun activities to mark down on your calendar for the month of September to partake in while in Austin!
Lasting from September 12th until September 16th from 6:00 PM until 3:00 AM in downtown Austin, the third-annual festival is held in various locations and features all sorts of music videos, world premieres, parties, virtual reality, and even an awards show. Proceeds from some of the ticket sales will be donated towards AMERICARES to help support those affected by the recent devastation caused by Hurricane Harvey. Tickets for this event range in price from $15 to $150.
Alan’s Hope – Guitars For Hope 5K Run/Walk
Taking place on September 16th and starting at 8:00 AM at Brushy Creek Park in Cedar Park, this event is being held to help raise attention for suicide prevention. Throughout the entire race, live music will be played, and the same will also be done at both the starting line and the finish line. Online registration for the event is currently option through September 15th and those who register will be able to obtain a special t-shirt for the event; however, those who register on the day of the event are not guaranteed to obtain one of these.
The Austin Flea Market At Whole Foods Arbor Trails
Taking place on September 9th at 10:00 AM at 4301 W. William Cannon, this free event involves many of Austin’s most creative and talented vendors bringing together a large amount of their unique wares for you to indulge yourself in. You will be able to find products such as textiles, jewelry, paper goods, and so much more.
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