By Macy Bayern

Austin Cactus and Succulent Fall Show & Sale
2220 Barton Springs Rd.
9/3-9/4 | 10:00 am – 5:00 pm

The Austin Cactus & Succulent Society (ACSS) is hosting its Fall Show & Sale at the Zilker Botanical Garden. ACSS is showcasing cacti and succulent plants from across the globe and hosting vendors from Texas, Oklahoma, and New Mexico. The show has free admission with paid admission to Zilker Botanical Garden, which runs $2 for adults and $1 for children/seniors.

Free Day of Yoga
9/5 | 7:00 am – 8:00pm

The mantra for this Labor Day is “free.” An event true to its title, you can yoga all around Austin for free all day Monday. The classes are open to all ages and fitness levels to encourage physical activity and bring the community together. Check out their website to see a full schedule and participating studios.

Austin Music Video Festival
9/7 – 9/10 | Various times

The second annual Austin Music Video Festival is kicking off with four days of live concerts, screenings, parties, workshops, and an award show. Talent on the national and local scale will be jamming out across Austin’s most popular stages and screens. Tickets range from $25 – $40 and are going fast. Head to their website for tickets and full schedules.

Texas Craft Brewers Festival
9/24 | VIP, 12:00pm; general admission, 2:00pm

The Texas Craft Brewers Festival is back with nearly 200 handcrafted beers to sample and highlighting over 65 Texas craft breweries. Located in East Austin’s Fiesta Gardens, the state’s leading craft beer event is only open to those 21+, with general admission tickets starting at $35 and “designated driver” tickets discounted at $10. Tickets are sold on their website along with a complete list of featured breweries.

Pecan Street Festival
6th St. between Brazos and IH35
9/24 – 9/25 | 11:00 am – 10:00 pm both days

The 36th annual Fall Pecan Street Festival returns as one of the longest-running, and biggest, arts and music festivals across the country. Hosted by The Pecan Street Association, all proceeds are donated to multiple local nonprofit groups and community organizations every year. All ages can enjoy over 50 local musicians and a multitude of art and food vendors, with admission free of charge.

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