Entertainment

We want you to enjoy ACL and still have cash to spare afterwards. Check out Longhorn Life's savvy budget-managing tips for the festival. 

The list of featured bands playing at Austin City Limits can be a little overwhelming. We break it down for you with a list of acts you won't want to miss!

Students from the Moody College of Communication present their take on college life through their original web-series “Big Kids,” premiering this fall.

Classes or internships might not come with wages, but that shouldn’t stop you from being able to enjoy what the city has to offer during the summer.

Austin will play host to the X Games and its music festival for the first time at Circuit of the Americas from June 5 to 8.

Spice up your Texas summer by taking a flying leap out of your comfort zone and trying one of these thrillseeking activities.

From indie to punk to dream-pop-psych-garage (yes, it’s a thing), each venue is unique in its flavor and audience. Here are just a few of Austin’s favorites. 

We wouldn’t be the “Live Music Capital of the World” if we didn’t push out a few rock stars here and there. 

Here are just a few of the events that our wonderful city has to offer. 

Here's a small sampling of the eclectic music scene that Austin has to offer.

With headphones coming in all shapes, sizes, colors and prices, how do you decide what constitutes a truly good pair?

With the holidays fast approaching, we say goodbye to hot, sunny days and hello to cold, winter evenings along with the glorious music you’ve learned to love (or hate).

Classic holiday movies will always have a place in our hearts, and no holiday would feel complete without them.

Are you lacking in holiday spirit? We have you covered.

We have all encountered that one musical act that sticks with us because they use some sort of quirk or gimmick. From KISS’ face paint to Miley Cyrus’, well, you know, there are plenty of strange fashion choices to keep audiences entertained.

Fun Fun Fun Nites is a series of after-hour special performances of both comedic and musical nature that begin on Thursday, Nov. 7 — the night before the daytime festival begins

Matt Bearden is the comedian and host of PUNCH!, which was created to expose comics and the comedic scene in Austin.

KVRX, UT’s student-run radio station, has always embraced their mission to play ‘none of the hits, all of the time.’ With multiple talk shows, DJs and blogs, KVRX is always eager to find new music and feature underground bands.

Music-festival season is in full swing, and Fun Fun Fun Fest is up next on the list. With three days and four nights of FFF Fest action kicking off this evening, it’s time to get stoked.

The organizers of Fun Fun Fun Fest proudly claim on their website that their festival caters to the “most passionate, underground and progressive musicians,” and for bands and hip-hop artists, this couldn’t be truer.

A selection of photos that were taken at Fun Fun Fun Fest 2013 at Auditorium Shores.

No new album, no new tour — releasing two new singles and playing Fun Fun Fun Fest is all the future activity The Impossibles have confirmed, for now.

In a dimly lit lounge, you listen to verses spoken in Middle English while nibbling away at your scrumptious bread pudding. 

UT journalism student Rachel Robillard dove into the summer fun that the Texas Rowing Center provides for Austinities for her Reporting: Words journalism class.