Celebrating texas independence is one of our favorite things to do in Austin
checking out some live music is one of the most common things to do in austin


Where: Jack Allen’s Kitchen Oak Hill, 7720 W Highway 71, Austin, Texas 78735

When: Thursday, March 2, 5-10 p.m.

How Much: Open to the Public!

It’s customary to celebrate the anniversary of Texas’ Independence in 1836. It fact, it’s probably one of the most revered things to do in Austin for any good ol’ boy (or gal).

Join Jack Gilmore and the Jack Allen’s Kitchen crew for a celebration of Texas’ independence at his 7th annual party on the Patio!

The beverage director, David Toby, will mix up refreshing $6 Republic Tequila cocktails to enjoy alongside signature JAK specials. We recommend busting out those dancin’ shoes, as guests can enjoy the lively sounds of Duane & the Hipsters.


Where: Güero’s Taco Bar, 1412 S Congress Ave. Austin, TX 7870u

When: Friday, March 3 – Sunday, March 5

How Much: Free!

Live music at Güero’s Taco Bar is consistently one of the best things to do in Austin. Indeed, the siren song of Texas twang from Güero’s Oak Garden Stage has long been a draw for those taking a stroll down South Congress.

This weekend features The Bob Fuentes Show, performing their weekly Friday set. Furthermore, on Saturday, the music flows all day with performances from The Brew and El Tulé. The weekend wraps up with Audrey Malone Band and The Recuperators!

So in conclusion, it’s a thoroughly solid lineup, so grab some pals, a taco, and a drink and tune in.

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