Closed Sep 23, 2020
Nov 6, 2020
Nov 17 - 18, 2020
Three Dog Night
Dec 3, 2020
Jan 9, 2021
Closed September 23, 2020
Whilst Todd Snider can trace his roots back to Portland, Oregon, his free-wheeling troubadour ways and bluesy, Americana-tinged sounds recalls the distinctly southern style found in Austin, Houston and Atlanta. Exuding wit, warmth, humour and optimism, his music is a salve for troubled times - at turns political and deeply personal, his songcraft has provided a refuge for his own struggles with drug, alcohol addiction and depression.
November 6, 2020
Comedian and actor Kyle Kinane is taking his funny and relatable stand-up across North America this spring on his Spring Break Tour. The comedian, who made his television debut in the '90s on sitcom The Nanny has appeared on various Comedy Central shows throughout his career and was named one of Variety's 'Ten Comics to Watch' in 2010, He has has toured worldwide.
November 17 - 18, 2020
Self-described as "your favorite high functioning hot mess", social media star turned one-woman comedy tour de force Heather McMahon has fast become the poster girl for the kind of gal that finds the humor in everyday things. From PMS to Trader Joe's to her love for the sunset-colored Aperol Spritz cocktail, the mundanities of life turn into sparkling nuggets of comedy gold in the hands of this funny woman. Don't miss her when she hits US shores on her hilariously titled Farewell Tour (it's her first tour).
December 3, 2020
With a music career spanning 4 decades, Three Dog Night have certainly earned the right to be one of America's most iconic bands. With a vast back catalogue of smash hits like "Mama Told Me (Not To Come)", "Joy to the World", "Black and White", "Shambala" and "One" it would be easy for Three Dog Night to rest on this legacy, however, this band is not one for taking a break and are always looking for new ways to increase their audience.
January 9, 2021
Do we really need to introduce Bob Saget? Something of a cult television icon now, Bob Saget starred on two of America's most family-friendly shows TV has ever seen, namely "Full House" and "America's Funniest Home Videos". But you may not have know that he's also been a foul-mouthed, razor-sharp stand-up comedian for around twenty years.
713 Congress Ave, Austin, TX 78701
Opening in 1915 as the Majestic Theatre, the Paramount converted to a movie palace in the 1920s. Holding a special place in movie history, the building has hosted the world premieres of many iconic films throughout the years, including 1966's Batman and Pleasantville. It continues cinema screenings to this day, alongside its packed schedule of stand-up shows and concerts.
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