Austin July 2023

Austin July 2023 Events

Austin July 2023 Events

Austin Offers Ways to Stay Cool During Peak Tourist Season

Average temperature low and high: 74°- 96°
July in Texas is sweltering, but don't let that stop you from visiting; this month is a pretty popular one for tourists. It may not be the best weather for outdoor site seeing, but with the state free of COVID restrictions and the city of Austin finally returning to normal, expect plenty of indoor options to choose from that will keep you cool.

July Event Calendar

Hutto 4th of July Celebration

Hutto 4th of July Celebration

Haven't got plans for the 4th of July yet? Well, the Hutto 4th of July Celebration is here to help you celebrate another year with children, friends, and family. Everyone who attends is filled with good spirits and ready to celebrate, helping to make the atmosphere come alive even more. Expect lots of fireworks, food trucks and kid events. You're also welcome to bring your own chair or blanket for extra comfort.

Hill Country Galleria Independence Day Festival

Hill Country Galleria Independence Day Festival

Celebrate Independence Day in the luxurious Hill Country Galleria, which features unique shopping and dining options. The event begins at 6:00 pm, and live music will start at 6:30 pm with a large grass area and plenty of comfortable outdoor seating. Expect live music performances from both the Watters and Vallejo. There will also be a dazzling fireworks show at 9:00 pm, and the event will conclude at 9:30 pm. This event is open to the public, and more information about the newly renovated location can be found on the Hill Country Galleria website.

Greater Austin Comic Con

Greater Austin Comic Con

Enjoy a weekend filled with pop culture and entertainment at the annual Greater Austin Comic Con. Head down to Cedar Park, where you'll have the chance to explore artist and vendor booths, meet and take photos with your favorite celebrities, and many more opportunities for a fun-filled weekend. This year's featured celebrities include Billy Dee Williams and Erik Estrada. Single-day admission passes range from $57-$85, they can be purchased online. 

Body Mind Spirit Celebration

Body Mind Spirit Celebration

The Body Mind Spirit Celebration is the perfect solution to help you feel more connected to yourself and your life for the year to come. Break down your walls and focus on spiritual growth while exploring the best wellness tools, products and resources to help you along your journey. You'll get the chance to speak with experts in the field and be surrounded by like-minded people. The event covers a diverse selection of topics including healthy dieting to animal communication.

Classic Game Festival

Classic Game Festival

The Classic Game Festival is the perfect event to escape your daily stresses and worries. Go back in time and bring back to life some of your favorite games among like-minded people. This two-day Festival is the biggest retro video game convention in Texas and seems to get more exciting each year. Expect lots of games, bands, and fun!

Float Fest

Float Fest

Want a weekend filled with sunshine, good music, the outdoors, and great company? Head down to the annual Float Fest in Gonzales, Texas for an event like no other. Here, attendees camp alongside the Gonzales River and enjoy a weekend of floating down the river in tubes while clinking drinks together to say cheers to a good time. The festival will also feature live music performances. More information on this year's lineup and ticket sales will be available online.

Summerland Tour

The Summerland Tour features a mix of some of the best bands of the 90s for your nostalgia fix. Taking place in Cedar Park, the bands Everclear, Hoobastank, Living Colour, and Wheatus will each play sets of their greatest hits. Buy your tickets here!

Pop Punk's Not Dead Fest

Pop Punk\'s Not Dead Fest

Headlined by Texas' own Bowling for Soup and supported by Van Full of Nuns and other pop punk bands, the Pop Punk's Not Dead Fest is a single-day festival dedicated to pop punk's golden era. The event takes place a very short drive from Austin in Buda, TX. 

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Things to do in Austin

Things to Do in Austin in July

Austin Brewery Tours

Austin is a hot spot for craft beers. There are so many local breweries of varying sizes that to taste them all is nearly impossible. Why not take a day to sample some of the best? Austin Brewery Tours offer two arrangements: a local brewery tour, which takes you to three of Austin's finest breweries, priced at $80 a person, and a Hill Country Brewery Tour, that lets you try some of the best beers brewed in the scenic Texas Hill Country ($90 a person). Check out Austin Brewery Tours for more details.

Nixta Taqueria

Nixta Taqueria blends the classic corn tortilla from Mexico with flavors modern and traditional. There's plenty of tacos to try, whether you prefer classic tastes or adventurous delights, Nixta Taqueria is a top-rated restaurant in among Austin  foodies.