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346. Holiday Fun at Zilker Hillside Theatre

December 12, 2010

First off, I want to thank the City of Austin for providing so many free opportunities for Austinites to enjoy the holiday season! They have free events all over town. For a complete list of the events visit:

Starting tonight through December 20th there will be a variety of holiday performers providing entertainment at the Zilker Hillside Theatre. The entertainment will change throughout the night and include everything from dancers, musicians, storytellers, choirs, comedians, theatre troupes and more.

If you haven’t visited the Zilker Holiday tree, this is a great opportunity to kill two birds with one stone and see both the tree and take in the entertainment in one night.

It’s going to be a chilly night out there tonight — in the 30’s — so bundle up!

For a complete line up of the shows, visit:

2301 Barton Springs Road
Austin, Texas

I absolutely love the holidays! I want to mention everything going on around town, but I just can’t. However, one of my favorite holiday traditions is seeing The Polar Express. I am just devastated that Bob Bullock is not playing it this year, but the Alamo Drafthouse is having a free showing today and again on Tuesday, so you Polar Express fans, check that out.


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