November marks the first full month of cool weather, something Texans always anticipate and appreciate after the long, hot summer days. Austinites head outside to open-air concerts, dining, and bars, and travelers can take in everything there is to see and do. Do not miss out.
Dance the days and nights away at Austin's Seismic Dance Event. Enjoy house and techno music designed to keep the crowd moving, with more than 30 artists performing on the festival's two stages. Tickets start at $199.
Right along Lady Bird Lake, the Austin Food & Wine Festival will take place at Auditorium Shores for its annual festival, featuring the very best in cuisine that Austin has to offer. Hundreds of vendors will be at your fingertips offering delicious recipes and alcoholic beverages for your enjoyment. If you’re looking for a more hands-on experience, there will be demonstrations by top chefs in the industry.
Come and witness the future, as the world's top electric vehicle manufacturers come together to show off their latest technology. And it's not just about autos, there will be electric motorcycles, scooters, skateboards, and more. There will be over 500,000 feet of exhibit and festival space, full of music, a kids zone, food, and drink. Tickets start at only $20, and kids 5 and under can enter for free. More information is available on the Mobility Makers website.
Now in its thirteen-year, the Austin Tequila Society is holding its annual event, which is bound to be sold out. Attendees will learn about the production and history of Agave spirits while tasting any number of tequilas, Mezcal, and Sotol. You will also be celebrating Dia De Los Muertos, and enjoying live music and dancing while celebrating Latin Culture.
Part of the University of Texas campus, the Blanton Museum of Art, is among the country's largest university-operated art museums. As a result, it has a wide array of art on display, from classical marble statues, paintings by the old masters of Europe, and a vast Latin American and Western art collection.
Peche describes its cocktails as "sinful," and it is hard to argue otherwise. The drinks menu has everything from adult milkshakes to absinthe and absinthe-based cocktails. The decor and food are French-inspired, with fresh seafood flown in daily from New York City, presented beautifully, making it a restaurant well worth checking out.