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Quittin Time Happy Hour


Iron Cactus Hill Country Galleria
13420 Galleria Circle Suite A128
Bee Cave, TX 78738  directions
5pm - 7pm / 512-263-7636 
Alex/ Mix Morning Show
Thursday, May 28th & Thursday, June 4th


Join Alex and the Mix Crew starting at 5pm at the Iron Cactus Hill Country Galleria with Awesome Corona / Corona Light specials. Look out for the new designed can. Say hey to Alex to get hooked up with Mix Goodies! 

Mix Events of Interest

Jay Leno


The Long Center
701 W Riverside Dr, AustinTX.78704
Sunday, May 31  7 pm
Tickets on sale now. 512-476-6064

Jay Leno is best known for his decades-long tenure behind the Tonight Show desk. Jay had cut his teeth as one of the most incisive comedy voices of the ’70s and ’80s – and his all-new standup tour is his chance to remind fans why he became a household name in the first place! This Television Hall of Fame inductee exudes his everyman style and personality which has earned him millions of fans worldwide. Jay Leno will 'Bring It' to ATX! 

Move Live Tour


Texas Performing Arts presents
@ Bass Concert Hall 
2350 Robert Dedman Dr, ATX 78712
Featuring Derek & Julianne Hough
Tuesday, June 16th at 8pm
Ticket on sale  now /  512-471-2787

On the heels of their sold out 2014 tour, superstar siblings Julianne and Derek Hough will team up once again, dancing their way across stages all over the country in their new MOVE LIVE ON TOUR 2015. The show will feature a brand new stage production to showcase the fresh, exciting and high impact choreography spanning across a multitude of different dance styles that all audience members are sure to love! 

Gunther von Hagens' BODY WORLDS & The Cycle of Life


Texas Museum of Science & Technology
1220 Toro Grande Dr. Cedar Park, TX 78613 directions
Now through Sunday, September 20th 
Tickets on sale now!

For the first time in the Austin area, BODY WORLDS & The Cycle of Life gives visitors the opportunity to witness the body through time - as it changes, grows, matures and utlimately wanes. The exhibit celebrates the wonders of the body in childhood, adulthood and across the arc of aging.

The newly opened Texas Museum of Science & Technology's Grand Opening exhibition is also the Central Texa premiere of BODY WORLDS, the groundbreaking anatomical exhibition series that has been seen by 40 million people around the world. 


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