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Toad the Wet Sprocket
Oct 20, 2021
Bianca Del Rio
Nov 2, 2021
Nov 4, 2021
Penn & Teller
Nov 5, 2021
Nov 6, 2021
October 20, 2021
After reuniting in 2006, Toad the Wet Sprocket have set out to honor their contribution to the landscape of the early '90s, including 1991's 'All I Want' and 'Walk on the Ocean', by performing, reworking and updating their back catalog, without losing their emotional core. They're back on the road again - don't miss them in action!
November 2, 2021
She's got bills to pay, she's got dogs to put through college, bow down to the majesty of America's funniest Drag Superstar and the first Drag Queen to headline London's Wembley Stadium! Bianca Del Rio embarks on tour once again, where the Queen of the blithe put-down will be taking to a stage near you!
November 4, 2021
The King of Smooth Pop, Christopher Cross found fame and success very early on in his storied career, winning an astonishing five Grammy Awards (including the Grammy For Album of The Year, beating out Pink Floyd's The Wall) for his self-titled 1979 debut album. In the five-time multi-platinum, career-defining album can be found ubiquitous smash hit single Sailing, as well as the Oscar-winning 'Arthur's Theme (The Best That You Can Do)'. Not one to rest on his diamond laurels, the adult contemporary superstar takes to the road in 2020 in celebration of the 40th anniversary of his 1980 debut album!
November 5, 2021
Penn and Teller's brand of awe-inspiring illusions mixed with buddy-comedy shtick has kept the duo at the very top of the magic profession for the past 30 years. Their trademark is the updating of worn out or archaic routines, such as bullet catching or their recent adaptation of the classic bag escape trick (their version involved a lot of helium).
November 6, 2021
The world's top-selling instrumental artist Chris Botti has charm and talent in spades; the Italian American contemporary jazz trumpeter breathes new life into a range of different genres from American songbook standards to bebop classics by the likes of Miles Davis. Botti is not only a highly skilled musician but a consummate entertainer, with a gleam in his eye his onstage banter calls to mind the performers of jazz's golden age.
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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