Hurricane Harvey scrambled a lot of things, yet Austinites will still gather soon in fervent social groups, some of them to raise money directly for storm relief.
RECENTLY ADDED EVENTS:
Sept. 10: Hurricane Harvey benefit from Pittsburgh Steelers Fan Club of Austin. The Local Post.
Sept: 10 Austin Chef’s Night Out: A Benefit for Hurricane Harvey Relief. 800 Congress Ave.
Sept 1-10: Austin music scene benefits including Black Joe Lewis and Patty Griffin. Multiple locations.
Sept. 4: Auction for the Coast at Strings in the Woods. Pioneer Farms Dance Hall.
Sept. 5: Harvey Relief Benefit: Comedy Helps produced by Turk and Christy Pipkin and Moontower Comedy Festival. Paramount Theatre.
Already on the calendar for early September:
Sept. 1-3: Splash Days for LGBT Community. Various locations.
Sept. 1: Longhorns football season opens with Texas vs. Maryland. Royal-Memorial Stadium.
Sept. 1: “This Random World” opens. Austin Playhouse.
Sept. 1: “You Can’t Do That Dan Moody” from Georgetown Palace Theatre. Williamson County Courthouse.
Sept. 2: Gender Unbound Art Fest. Vuka.
Sept. 2: The Hillbenders present The Who’s Tommy: A Bluegrass Opry. One World Theatre.
Sept. 3: The Everly Brothers Experience featuring the Zmed Brothers. One World Theatre.
Sept. 5: Umlauf After Dark: Bucky Miller: Grackle Actions. Umlauf Sculpture Garden & Museum.
Sept. 7-16: Latino Comedy Project’s “Barrio Daze” with Adrian Villegas. The Institution Theater.
Sept. 7: Austin Way Fall Fashion 2017. Sunset Room.
Sept. 7: “Enfrascada” opens from Teatro Vivo. Emma Barrientos Mexican-American Cultural Center.
Sept. 7-10: Austin Gay & Lesbian Film Festival. Alamo Drafthouse South.
Sept. 8: The Big Give for I Live Here I Give Here. Hotel Van Zandt.
Sept. 8: David Small, baritone. Bates Recital Hall.
Sept. 8-9: Austin Symphony Orchestra season opens with “Mozart in Paris.” Long Center.
Sept. 9: Little Black Dress Soirée: All That Glitters for Dress For Success. Phillips Event Cetner.
Sept. 9: “Eddie Ruscha: Turn on Delights.” Bale Creek Allen Gallery.
Sept. 9: “Emily Peacock: Home Remedies for Cabin Fever” opens. Big Medium Gallery.
Sept. 9-10: “The Father/Son Project.” Hyde Park Theatre.
Sept. 10: Authentic Mexico Gourmet Gala for the Hispanic Alliance. Long Center.