in Austin, TX
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Austin Party Cruises
2215 Westlake Dr
Austin, TX 78746 Directions
Definitely not your typical boat rental or party barge, they have upscale charter boats; air-conditioned, clean and comfortable. For over 18 years they have hosted countless charter cruises for birthdays, weddings, receptions, rehearsal dinners, graduations, company parties, meetings, reunions, swimming parties, sightseeing river tours, banquets, casino parties, and more.
Cap City Comedy Club
8120 Research Blvd
Austin, TX 78758 Directions
Laugh your buns off at the Cap City Comedy Club. Local comedians and national talent take the stage for uncensored comedic entertainment that'll keep you in stitches.
If you're looking for a good laugh, the Cap City Comedy Club in downtown Austin presents a show every night at 8 p.m., with additional shows at 10:30 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays.
The shows are cutting-edge, uncensored and feature the best up-and-coming talent as well as seasoned comic professionals from around the world. Bring your best belly laugh: The crew at Cap City Comedy Club record every show and distribute them on YouTube and other online video-sharing sites.
The club is part of a consortium of venues called "Rooftop Comedy" which shares videos and performers in an effort to promote live stand-up comedy shows across the country.
The Cap City Comedy Club is known as the go-to club for laughs in the Austin area. The club also serves a full grill-style menu.
Cherry Bomb Party Bus
811 W Slaughter Ln
Austin, TX 78748 Directions
Hitch a ride on the Cherry Bomb Party Bus and get ready for a night of fun without the worry of driving. Rent the whole bus, or buy a seat for any of the regularly scheduled bar crawls, wine tours and tubing trips.
525 E 6th St
Austin, TX 78701 Directions
Yuck it up at Esther's Follies, a comedy show that defies definition. Is it political satire? Camp? Bawdy revelry? All of the above? No matter, because everyone can agree on this: It's uproariously funny entertainment.
Esther's Follies is a comical tour de force and a cornerstone of the downtown Sixth Street entertainment district that gives the city of Austin its unique and offbeat vibe.
Part variety show, musical comedy and magic show, Esther's Follies has been splitting sides since 1977. The show folds together political satire, innuendo and vaudeville showmanship - to rave reviews from residents and visitors alike. Huge windows at the back of the stage look out on Sixth Street, and the bar hoppers and revelers outside are unwittingly part of the show each night.
The venue seats 280 people and seating is general admission. Reserve seating is available for select seats.
S Congress Ave
Austin, TX 78704 Directions
Shop, stroll, eat and drink during First Thursdays at South Congress. The monthly event runs along the stretch from Barton Springs Road to Elizabeth Street. Special sales, free drinks, and lots of fabulosity! First Thursday also provides local artist and small business owners the opportunity to showcase their creative ideas and artwork.
Frank Erwin Center
1701 Red River St
Austin, TX 78701 Directions
See the next big thing at the Frank Erwin Center, Austin's top entertainment venue for concerts, sports events and live entertainment. Top entertainers, circuses and can't-miss concerts are the norm at this classic performance center.
The Frank Erwin Center is the premier event center in Austin, hosting concerts, sports events and live entertainment.
The original $34 million venue opened in 1977 and is located off of IH-35, near the heart of downtown Austin. The Frank Erwin Center seats up to 16,755 people, with the actual number varying depending on the event and space needed to accommodate each show.
The inaugural event when the Frank Erwin Center opened was the University of Texas Men's Basketball team vs. The University of Oklahoma. At the time, 12, 650 people were in attendance.
The center underwent $55 million in renovations and expansions from 2001-2003. The construction added 28 new suites, a new scoreboard and new concession stands, among other improvements.
Notable acts who have played the venue include George Strait, Pink Floyd, Janet Jackson, Dave Chappelle and Luciano Pavarotti. A wide variety of other events have come to the center, including WWF Wresting, Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey performances, and notably, Austin's Katrina Relief Concert.
Revel in live music and colorful characters every night at Sixth Street, one of the best-known thoroughfares in Texas and one of the most popular nightlife destinations in the country. You'll soon learn why Austin earned the name "Live Music Capital of the World." Discover dozens of bars, honky tonks, tattoo parlors, clubs, upscale restaurants, art galleries and cafes in the seven-block strip. One night is never enough.