Zilker Relays: Sept 7th
The Zilker Relays is a 10-mile team race with a festival and drinks. It’s more of drinks and festival than race.
Waterloo Music Festival: Sept 7-9th
Carson Creek Ranch
Waterloo music festival is new to the ATX scene. It features acts from Austin and around the country and is one of the first camping music festivals of the fall season. Located just north of the Airport in East Austin.
Fantastic Fest: Sept 20 – 27
Alamo Draft house Cinemas
One of the largest genre film festival in the U.S. Featuring fantasy, sci-fi, horror, and action flicks.
Fall Pecan Street Festival: Sept 22-23
Sixth Street Austin
One of the Surf’s favorite events. Pecan Street Festival is located in the heart of dirty 6th street and has a mix of street art vendors , food, live music, and stuff for the kids. Sometimes we bring the kids and they love it. Sometimes we leave the kids at home and go bar hoping all day long.
Austin Museum Day: Sept 18
Museums Across Austin
It’s free museum day in the ATX!
Amy Schumer: Sept 29
Amy is funny gal. This is our pic of the best show at the Long Center in September
Professional Bull Riding: Sept 29-29
Frank Erwin Center
If you have never been to a PBR event, they are action packed and a lot of fun. While nobody on the staff is a big rodeo fan, we have been several times and loved it.
Texas Craft Brewers Festival: Sept 29
The Largest Texas Craft Fest in the state. Started in 2003 this event has become very popular. Get your tickets early as they can sell out. We have not been able to make it yet. Hopefully this is the year.
Austin Oktoberfest: Sept 29
October fest in Central Texas kicks off in September at the oldest continuously operating tavern in the state, Scholz Garten. It an Octoberfest, enough said. One of many that run in towns across the Texas Hill Country over the next month.
FIA World Rallycross: Sept 29-30
Circuit of The Americas
One of the new races to come to Circuit of The Americas. Go check out their website to see what all the action is about. The videos tell the story words can’t describe.