Amid the virus panic, so much has vanished from our grocery stores that many are turning to their neighbors for help finding free stuff in Austin. Here’s how it’s done.
Okay, so maybe all our problems actually remain, er, unsolved as of yet, but all the Austin City Limits concerts now available online will surely help.
Alright parents, this one’s for you. Let Betty White entertain the kids for just a few minutes with a classic childrens’ book reading.
Friends, As I write this, the shelves at our local grocery stores are emptying out, shopping hours are being restricted, businesses are closing down all around us, and it feels like everybody in Austin is well and truly on edge. I share your concerns.
To the users of Austin.com and Free Fun in Austin, it is with sadness that we must announce the following new guideline for event submissions on our websites…
Broadway in Austin’s upcoming show is taking the audience to a whole new world and we’re giving away tickets so the whole family can see Aladdin for free!
We are pleased to announce the appointment of Dani Dudek to the role of editor in chief!
Drinks, snacks, shirts, fans, and tons more await the industrious freebie finder at ACL this year; here are some of our favorite freebies at ACL Fest.
So you want to see the HUGE Austin fireworks display on the 4th of July, but don’t care to wade through 100,000 people? Then this list is for you.
Looking for free things to do in Austin this summer? We’ve got the most comprehensive list around, with more than 75 picks for families with kids! Let’s go.