Mark your calendars and join the fun with Austin's top events film festivals, live music, Juneteenth, Pride Month celebrations, and more! Check out what to do in Austin this June 2021 with our June Events list!
Austin Asian American Film Festival
June 4 - June 20
The Austin Asian American Film Festival (AAAFF) celebrates feature filmmakers' unique voices and create a forum where viewers can come together to experience the wide array of Asian American Pacific Islander (AAPI).
Austin Black Pride
June 8 - June 13
This pride month, the Austin Black Pride is a week of events that are created to highlight Austin's Black LGBTQ+ community interests, talents, and culture. The event will be held in various locations and will feature speaking panels, parties, happy hours, and more!
Cine Las Americas International Film Festival
June 9 - September 13
The festival will showcase contemporary films and videos from Latin America and the Iberian Peninsula. Films and videos are made by the Latinxs in the U.S. and/or in the rest of the world as well as videos by and about Indigenous groups of the Americas are also invited to participate.
Cine Las Americas Event Details
Republic of Texas Biker Rally
June 10 - June 13
The largest motorcycle gathering attracting bikers including a celebration for rides, parades, and music for a cause, The Peace Love and Happiness Ride. The Rally will take in some of the most beautiful scenery the Austin area has to offer.
2021 WNT Summer Series
See the 2021 Women's National Team play their first soccer game at Austin's new state-of-the-art Q2 Stadium against Nigeria in their final challenge before the Tokyo Olympics.
Beyond Van Gogh, The Immersive Experience
June 18 - August 8
Beyond Van Gogh: The Immersive Experience will be in Austin for a limited time which will feature a walk-through exhibition with audiovisual projections, and masterpieces that will come alive and excite your senses like you've never seen before.
The Oddities and Curiosities Expo
Are you a fan of weird and bizarre works? This is an event you'll really like. the Oddities and Curiosities Expo showcases hand-selected vendors, dealers, artists, and small businesses with all things weird. You'll find items such as taxidermy, preserved specimens, Halloween/horror-inspired pieces, handcrafted oddities, and more. All items you see at the show are legal to own and are sustainably sourced.
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Juneteenth Rhythm and Ribs Festival
The Voice Inc. and the City of Round Rock and Recreation Department are joining forces for the annual Round Rock Juneteenth Rhythm and Ribs Festival on Saturday, June 19, 2021 at the Lakeview Pavilion in Old Settlers Park located at 3300 E. Palm Valley Blvd., Round Rock, Texas. The music lineup features DJ SHALÉ, Eric Bellinger, and Montell Jordan. Specialty food, retail vendors, and much more awaits!
Juneteenth Central Texas Celebration and Parade
Also known as Freedom Day or Emancipation Day, Juneteenth is the oldest known African American celebration. This annual event features parade floats, entertainment, and a celebration at Rosewood Park.
Stay Black and Live: A Virtual Juneteenth Festival
This virtual Juneteenth Celebration features film screenings, art auctions, free food, music, poetry, raffle draws, and more!
Father's Day Flyer
Celebrate Father's Day in Austin Steam Train's 66-mile round trip excursion on Father's Day Weekend! The Hill Country Flyers allow you time to explore vintage train cars historically restored for your enjoyment. You will wind through the Texas Hill Country crossing the rivers, stroll and lunch during your layover, and relax and enjoy time with your family as the train goes back to Cedar Park Depot.
Father's Day Celebration in Rising Sun Vineyard
Come to the vineyard and celebrate all the great dads in your life! For $15, you get to enjoy Steve's famous chili con Queso Burgers, chips, and a brownie. Listen to the live tunes of The Barnyard Boys from Georgetown and take a cigar from the Red Cap Cigar Lounge.
Call your friends and invite them to the biggest fest in Buda Sip N Stroll. The ticket costs $30 which includes complimentary sips and snacks, a custom tote bag, a wine glass, and a flower crown. Stroll through the historic Main Street listening to local musicians and reconnecting with downtown business owners.
Pride in Local Music Livestream Concert
These virtual events of the Austin and Nashville LGBT Chambers of Commerce are joining forces to produce the second "Pride in Local Music", a Livestream event that celebrates local music of two of the greatest music cities. This event is co-hosted by Nashville's Shelly Fairchild and Austin's Patrice Pike.
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