The Best Sources for Austin Events
From massive festivals to citywide runs, there is always something to do in Austin. Unfortunately living in such a fun city can be the root cause of FOMO (Fear Of Missing Out.) Visit the sites below for a fast-acting relief if you are showing any signs of FOMO such as:
- Not knowing what to do with your weekends.
- Wondering why you didn’t hear about the free Willie Nelson concert at the park.
- Listening to your friends rave about a food truck that you’ve never heard of.
- General envy of pictures posted on Facebook after SXSW.
Do512 – Do512 is essentially Reddit for events. While anyone can list an event on the site, the ones with the most “adds” or votes will raise to the top of the feed. From happy hours to concerts, Do512 delivers the ultimate list of things to do in Austin.
Austin360 – While Austin360 acts as a guide on a range of subjects; their “Things To Do” tab covers all the major events in Austin.
FreeFunInAustin – Free Fun In Austin is pretty self-explanatory. You can take full advantage of free events in Austin with their extensive events calendar.
CultureMap – The CultureMap event page is perfect for finding last minute fun. Events are organized by the hour so you can easily find something that fits into your schedule.
Austin Chronicle – Although they are known for their reporting, the Chronicle’s aggregated events calendar has become increasingly popular among Austinites.
365ThingsAustin – 365 Things To Do In Austin is the combination of all event sites. While they offer a comprehensive events calendar, they also have a free section, as well as a “Best Of” category.