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Live music, mixology and soccer: What to do in Austin this weekend

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🗓 Friday

🎸 5 Seconds of Summer

Let out your inner fangirl at 5 Seconds of Summer’s “Take My Hand” World Tour at the Moody Amphitheater, featuring Pale Waves as the opening act. Resale tickets start at $42.50.

Doors at 6 p.m. Friday | 📍Moody Amphitheater at Waterloo Park, 1401 Trinity St.

🧠 Professor Brian Cox: Horizons

Discover journeys through time, space and cosmology with Professor Brian Cox’s new show, “Horizons,” as he breaks down the origins of life and the universe with his co-host Robin Ince. Tickets start at $54.

Doors at 7 p.m. Friday | 📍The Paramount Theatre, 713 Congress Ave.

🗓 Saturday

🎶 MewithoutYou

Catch this five-piece band play alongside rock duo ‘68 on their “Farewell” tour, as you rock out in Mohawk’s indoor/outdoor venue. Resale tickets start at $35.

7 p.m. Saturday | 📍 Mohawk Austin, 912 Red River St.

⚽️ Austin FC vs. FC Dallas

Two Texas teams are going head-to-head in the capital city while neck and neck in the standings. Austin FC is currently third in the western conference and FC Dallas ranks fourth, so put on your Verde! Tickets start at $60 each.

8 p.m. Saturday | 📍 Q2 Stadium, 10414 McKalla Pl.

🗓 Sunday

🍹 Master Class Series – Spirits of the World 101

Learn how to make your own specialty cocktails from drinks and spirits from around the world during an afternoon at The Roosevelt Room. Tickets for the Master Class start at $75 per person.

12-2:30 p.m. Sunday | 📍The Roosevelt Room, 307 W 5th St.

🎤 Denzel Curry Melt My Eyez Tour

The iconic rapper is making a stop in Austin with special guests Reveil, Skiifall and Playthatboizay on his “Melt My Eyez Tour.” Tickets start at $32.50.

7 p.m. Sunday | 📍Stubb’s Waller Creek Amphitheater, 801 Red River St.


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