Watch Tito's Handmade Vodka's virtual music festival right here tomorrow.

Tito's is joining in on the virtual festival fun with its first ever, Tito's Made to Order Music Festival—a four-part virtual music festival kicking off at 7 p.m. Thursday with artists Channel Tres, Kali Uchis and Portugal. The Man.

The series will take place bi-weekly, each time representing a region—the first being the West; then the South at 7 p.m. Sept. 10 with Bun B, Morgan Wallen and Dierks Bentley; the East 7 p.m. Sept. 24 with A-Trak, Young M.A and Summer Walker; and ending in the North at 7 p.m. Oct. 8 with Claude VonStroke, Louis the Child and ZHU.

Tito's will be donating $100,000 to World Central Kitchen, with funds benefitting Black-owned restaurants and healthcare workers. During each show, viewers will be encouraged to make a donation that will enter them in a contest to win a virtual meet-and-greet with a festival headliner.

(Eva Rinaldi/Creative Commons)

An Austin man was sentenced to 30 months in prison for stalking and sending threatening letters and emails to pop star Taylor Swift's former record label.

Keep Reading Show less
(Photo courtesy of Marisela Maddox)

Marisela Maddox's two children complete their online schooling from home, a reason she decided she needed to bring in extra help.

Marisela Maddox is no stranger to the nanny game, having hired at-home caregivers in the past to help with her two children, ages 5 and 10.

Keep Reading Show less
(Stock photo)

As some children gear up to head back to school, many parents are wondering what to expect next with their child's learning.

For Ashley McGuire, mother of 6-year-old Mason, in-person schooling can't come quickly enough. The online process, she said, is lonely and has been frustrating for everyone in the family.

Keep Reading Show less
(Associated Press)

Former UT coach Michael Center was part of a string of college admissions scandals last year.

Former University of Texas men's tennis coach Michael Center is in a Texas halfway house and set to be released in October after serving six months in federal prison for falsely designating a wealthy West Coast student as a Longhorns recruit.

Keep Reading Show less

In a historic win for college athletes and voter advocates, led by former NBA champion and Austinite Chris Bosh, the NCAA voted this week to require an annual November Election Day "off day" for Division 1 student athletes to vote or volunteer in election activities if they choose.

Keep Reading Show less

Austin Trail of Lights will take place this holiday season.

The Austin Trail of Lights—an annual event that transforms Zilker Park into a winter wonderland, featuring more than 60 displays and two million lights—will take place this holiday season, despite the pandemic.

Keep Reading Show less