KLBJ’s Weekend Guide | Sept. 20th – 22nd

weekend guide

Not sure what to do this weekend? KLBJ has you covered! Here are a few recommendations from our staff and on-air team. Helpful hint: use the control find function (ctrl + f) to search keywords such as comedy, music, burlesque, movie, outdoor etc.

 

FRIDAY

Fri. 4pm | free

Comedy legend Matt Bearden will be giving away Dallas Cowboy tickets at the HEB in on 201 FM 685 Pflugerville. Courtesy of Miller Lite must be 21+

matt beardens

 

Fri 9p&11p | $10 

Hi! I’m Chris Cubas and I’m a stand up comedian based out of Austin, TX. You might know me from my multiple appearances on Comedy Central on such shows as @Midnight & Jeff Ross’s Roast Battle. In 2013 I was named a finalist in NBC’s “Stand Up NBC” talent search and one of Comedy Central’s 9 “Comics To Watch”. I am the write, producer and star of the documentary special “Chris Get’s Money” for the Fusionnetwork, which tackled the issue of income inequality. I am also the host of “Canceled” a podcast where my self and a guest watch and discuss TV shows that only lasted one season. 

The only thing I love more than comedy is cute animal pictures. Seriously, send me cute animal pictures. I’m not kidding.

 

Fri. 9p | $17-$20

Post-hardcore outfit Enter Shikari formed in Hertfordshire, England in 2003 from the remnants of the group Hybryd, whose original lineup comprised vocalist Rou Reynolds, guitarist Liam “Rory” Clewlow, bassist Chris Batten, and drummer Rob Rolfe. MUSIC 

 

Fri. 1130p | $10-$12

Greetings and salutations to Fallout’s new new late-night show, “Call Me Scum.” Join hosts Robert Segovia and Brett VerVoort (aka the Blue Boys) as they encourage comics to go off color and off the rails and tell their dirtiest jokes to a hungry crowd of drunken toddlers. That’s you!!!

Who are we kidding? We don’t know your life! Ch-ch-check it out!!  COMEDY

SATURDAY

Sat. 330p | free

KLBJ-FM wants to tailgate with you for every Texas Home Game! 21+ can join the celebration by following @KLBJ937 on Facebook or Twitter, and then find us at tailgating at 18th and Colorado, at the Austin Scottish Rite Theater parking lot.  We’ll be posting pictures after every weekend, so be sure to check back and see how your picture compares to the rest! We’ll see you down there Saturday, September 21st from 3:30pm-6:30pm! Supported by Mike’s HARDER.. FOOTBALL

tailgate

 

Sat. 6pm | $15-$50

In a city known for its obsession with original music, SKYROCKET! is one of the most creative and inimitable cover bands ever to emerge from Austin, Texas. Or anywhere. It all started when a group of friends, some of Austin’s best-known songwriters and recording artists, discovered a common craze for the 1970s era. They resurrect the hits from many different decades and styles, fearlessly making the songs matter again. And they will MAKE you like it — with a dance party like no other. MUSIC

 

Sat. 6p | $22-$75

KLBJ Rocks The Nutty Brown with Austin superstars Monte Montgomery and Eric Tessmer! Join us for a night of incredible music under the stars. MUSIC

nutty brown

 

Sat. 830p | $10-$12

Storytelling + Improv. Sweet Lightning is the comedy jolt you need to jumpstart your Saturday night. Each show features a special guest storyteller who shares personal moments. COMEDY

impov troupe

 

Sat 9pm | $10 

Hi! I’m Chris Cubas and I’m a stand up comedian based out of Austin, TX. You might know me from my multiple appearances on Comedy Central on such shows as @Midnight & Jeff Ross’s Roast Battle. In 2013 I was named a finalist in NBC’s “Stand Up NBC” talent search and one of Comedy Central’s 9 “Comics To Watch”. I am the write, producer and star of the documentary special “Chris Get’s Money” for the Fusionnetwork, which tackled the issue of income inequality. I am also the host of “Canceled” a podcast where my self and a guest watch and discuss TV shows that only lasted one season. 

The only thing I love more than comedy is cute animal pictures. Seriously, send me cute animal pictures. I’m not kidding.

SUNDAY

  • Pecan Street Festival

Sun. 11a | free

The Pecan Street Festival is a free two-day arts festival held twice yearly in downtown Austin’s Sixth Street Historic District. Taking place the first Saturday & Sunday in May and the last Saturday & Sunday in September, the juried festival attracts hundreds of local and national artisans offering original handcrafted creations in a variety of mediums, from metal, wood, fiber, clay, leather, glass and stone to repurposed materials of all kinds.

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