Austin March 15 Events

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Austin Thursday, March 15 Events

Live From the Plaza
Join the 2007 Live From The Plaza series kick-off at the two-day showcase March 15-16 from noon to 5:00pm. Location: City Hall Plaza, 301 W. Second St. Event ID:3/16

Texas Rockfest Music Festival
The festival features the best in unsigned talent that Austin and the surrounding southwest region have to offer, as well as some of the best indie artists from across America and beyond. Location: Downtown Austin.  Event ID:3/17

South by Southwest
Talented, filmmakers, musicians and multi-media artists from around the world gather to showcase music, film and interactive. Austin Convention Center and more than 50 venues. Call 512-467-7979 or visit for more info. Event ID:3/18

Rodeo Austin
Austin goes cowboy as PCRA competitors hit the arena and area students exhibit prize livestock. Headline entertainment rocks the arena after the rodeo events and includes Kevin Fowler, Trace Adkins, Taylor Hicks, Miranda Lambert, Foreigner and Kenny Rogers. Location: Travis County Exposition Center. Call 512-919-3000 for more info. Event ID:3/24

The Glass Menagerie
The Austin Shakespeare Festival is thrilled to present the great American classic The Glass Menagerie by Tennessee Williams. Location: The Austin Playhouse, 3601 S. Congress Ave., Building C. Call 512-454-2273 for more info Event ID:3/18

Experience the phenomenon of Disney’s THE LION KING. Marvel at the breathtaking spectacle of animals brought to life by award-winning director Julie Taymor, whose visual images for this show you’ll remember forever. Location: Bass Concert Hall. Call 512-471-1444 for tickets. Event ID: 3/25.

The American Twenties
The exhibition explores race, religion, capitalism, love and modernism in the decade immediately following World War I through contemporary literature and art. Location: Harry Ransom Center. Call 512-471-8944 for more info. Event ID:7/29

Power to the People: The Electrification of Rural Texas
Walk into a world before television, computers, the i-pod, even refrigerators and running water. The exhibit, Power to the People: The Electrification of Rural Texas, is a unique story of one of the most dramatic events in Texas history. Rural Texas in the 1930s was still in the dark as electric lines hadn’t penetrated the beautiful, but rugged Texas Hill Country. Location: LBJ Library and Museum. Open Daily 9-5 (except Christmas) Free Admission. id:5.2.07

Bat Watching
The 1.5 million Mexican free-tailed bats that live beneath the Congress Avenue Bridge take flight in a mass exodus each night at dusk. Located at Congress Ave. & Cesar Chavez St. Austin, TX 78704.

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