Performing Arts

Paramount Theatre
This historic theater has been the home of plays, concerts and movies since 1915. Once in a state of disrepair, the theater has been restored and is now a popular venue for national touring companies, movie events, national dance companies, famous comedians, musicans and more. Some of the more famous performers have included Katherine Hepburn, Helen Hayes, Dave Brubek, Rodney Dangerfield, even the Tibetan Monks.
713 Congress Avenue

Salvage Vanguard Theater
This nationally acclaimed theater showcases some of Austin's and the nation's most exciting plays, musicals and operas by daring playwrights and composers.
902 E. 5th Street

University of Texas Performing Arts Center
Enjoy world-class performances from locally and nationally acclaimed artists in six distinct venues at the University, including Bass Concert Hall - the largest in Austin - Hogg Auditorium, Bates Recital Hall, B. Iden Payne Theater, McCullough Theater and Oscar G. Brockett Theater.
510 E. 23rd Street

Austin Symphony
Founded in 1911, the Austin Symphony Orchestra is Austin’s oldest performing arts group. Classical concerts include a series of eight concert pairs running September through May in Bass Concert Hall, the Sarah & Ernest Butler Pops Series, Fall & Winter Pops at Riverbend Centre, Holiday & Promenade Pops at Palmer Events Center and family programs.
1101 Red River Street

Ballet Austin
For 50 years, this nationally renowned company has been presenting classic and contemporary ballets, now under the guidance of award-winning artistic director Stephen Mills.
710 Congress Avenue

Area Activities

575 Hyatt Lost Pines Road, Lost Pines, Texas, USA, 78612

  • Tel: +1 512 308 1234
  • Fax: +1 512 308 4800