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Whether you plan to pack a picnic or grab a paddle, catch a classic or experience something new, there's something for every interest in Austin this summer. If you're looking for things to do in June, discover what Austin has to offer.
6/5/20 - 6/7/20
ATX Television Festival... From the Couch
The first ever virtual ATX TV Festival will feature three days of celebrating television with panels, sneak peeks, intimate conversations, special events, surprise guests and more – all from the comfort of your couch! What makes more sense than talking TV from the place where you watch it… your own living room!
6/6/20 - 6/9/20
Austin Black Pride
Austin Black Pride is a week of events that were created to highlight Austin's Black LGBTQ community interests, talents, and culture. Events include speaking panels, pride parties, visual arts, yoga, brunch and the annual boat party.
Virtual African American Book Festival
This free, virtual literary event showcases new works by and about African Americans. Notable speakers and authors will discuss their works and facilitate conversations.
Texas Rollergirls Flat Track Roller Derby
The Austin Sports Center
Formed in 2003 as the only sports league of its kind, Texas Rollergirls are considered the "godmothers of flat track derby" and are an admired and highly visible presence in the roller derby world. Experience the Texas Rollergirls in action this June.
Summer Classic Film Series
Paramount & Stateside Theatres
Love classic movies? The Paramount Theatre has been running the Summer Classic Film Series for more than 40 years. Visit their website for the full schedule of 100 beloved cinematic treasures that are gracing the theater's big screens.
Austin Symphony Concerts in the Park
Hartman Concert Park at the Long Center
For more than 18 seasons, the Austin Symphony Hartman Foundation Concerts in the Park are held in front of the Long Center on Sundays throughout the summer at 7:30 p.m. Concert styles include strings, woodwinds, big band and brass.
Blues on the Green
Pack a blanket and the family and make your way to Zilker Park for this summertime tradition. Held monthly from May to August, Austin's largest free concert series will welcome performances by top local bands.
Sound & Cinema
Do512 and Alamo Drafthouse have teamed up to pair local live music with a classic movie to follow. Food and beverages can be purchased on-site from food trailers as part of the Long Center’s “All Summer Long Series.”