We've rounded up the five best events to celebrate the first official weekend of summer. You can rock out with Iron Maiden or take a trip to the Hill Country for a food truck festival. For a full list of happenings, visit our calendar.
Thursday, June 22
Laugh Out Loud Comedy Club presents Ralphie May
Funnyman Ralphie May will be at the Laugh Out Loud Comedy Club for three days of laughter-inducing shows. Best known for his appearances on shows like Last Comic Standing and more, May is a comedic force to be reckoned with. Performances run through Saturday.
Friday, June 23
The Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center presents Sin Fronteras/Without Borders
The Guadalupe Culture Arts Center's colorful flamenco production includes captivating choreography and live music. Performances run through Sunday.
The Briscoe Western Art Museum presents George Catlin's "North American Indian Portfolio" opening reception
A very rare collection of artist George Catlin's "North American Indian Portfolio" will be unveiled at the Briscoe Western Art Museum this weekend. Be among the first to see 31 hand-painted color plates, one of only three sets known to exist. The exhibition runs through September 3.
Saturday, June 24
Hill Country Food Truck Festival
All the mobile eats you can handle are in Luckenbach this weekend. The Hill Country Food Truck Festival features a diverse lineup of food truck favorites, including Cousin’s Maine Lobster, Backwoods BBQ, Hippie Momma’s, Stouts Pizza, and many more. Wine from Hill Country wineries and tunes by L&M Kings and Dirty River Boys will keep the Texas vibes going all day.
Iron Maiden in concert
Iron Maiden heads to the AT&T Center in support of their newest album, The Book of Souls. The rock gods will be joined by Ghost for one big show you don't want to miss.