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ACL LIVE AT THE MOODY THE­ATER

Home of the his­toric Austin City

Lim­its tap­ings, this state-of-the-art live mu­sic venue brings in a wide va­ri­ety of tour­ing acts, from clas­sic rock bands to the hottest co­me­di­ans. Don’t miss the Wil­lie Nel­son statue out­side. IN­SIDER TIP: Spot up-and-com­ing greats at ACL Live’s lit­tle sis­ter club, the more in­ti­mate 3Ten ACL Live, which is on the ground floor. 310 Wil­lie Nel­son Blvd., 512-225-7999; acl-live.com

ANTONE’S NIGHT­CLUB

Austin’s iconic home of the blues was founded by the late Clif­ford Antone in 1975 and has seen all of the greats in those 40-plus years. Now co-owned by home­town hero, the Grammy-award win­ning Gary Clark Jr., Antone’s has live mu­sic ev­ery night, from free weekly res­i­dences to hot tour­ing acts that sell out quickly. 305 E. Fifth St., 512-814-0361; an­tones­night­club.com

BASS CON­CERT HALL

With seat­ing for 2,9000, the Univer­sity of Texas’s premier per­for­mance venue brings the best in com­edy, mu­sic, and Broad­way to Austin. IN­SIDER TIP: Want to eat be­fore the show with­out rush­ing? Each per­for­mance fea­tures a lim­ited din­ner menu with a spe­cial cock­tail or wine pair­ing in the third-floor din­ing area. 23rd Street and Robert Ded­man Drive, 512-471-2787; tex­as­per­formin­garts.org

THE BLAN­TON MU­SEUM OF ART

The Univer­sity of Texas’s world-class art mu­seum boasts an im­pres­sive ar­ray of Latin Amer­i­can art. Its re­cently ren­o­vated sec­ond-floor gal­leries are home to its per­ma­nent col­lec­tions, while care­fully se­lected vis­it­ing ex­hibits are found on the first floor. IN­SIDER TIP: Like the ex­hibits

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