A variety of in-person and virtual events are happening around Austin this summer. As the city of Austin adjusts to changing COVID-19 conditions, health guidance at some scheduled events may evolve.

Through Aug. 31

Sunset Summer Series

YTX Austin, formerly known as Wanderlust Yoga, hosts its summer yoga series at Republic Square. Every Tuesday, participants with any level of yoga experience receive practice with a YTX instructor while a live musician or DJ plays. Free with preregistration. 422 Guadalupe St., Austin. www.republicsquare.org

July 29-Aug. 1, Aug. 5-8

1980s Dance Party

The Zach Theatre continues its “Songs Under the Stars” summer concert series with two weekends of 1980s dance music featuring performances by Kenny Williams and Leslie McDonel. 7:30 p.m. (Thu.-Sat.), 6 p.m. (Sun.). $25 and up. 202 S. Lamar Blvd., Austin. 512-476-0541. www.zachtheatre.org

Aug. 3

Space industry lecture

Austin Public Library and the Austin Forum on Technology & Society present “Space: New Industries, Applications and Opportunities,” a talk by Tom Markusic, CEO of Firefly Aerospace. Markusic will discuss his experience in the space industry with insights on technologies and goals for companies and agencies with their eyes on space. Fully vaccinated patrons may attend in person, and anyone may attend via Zoom. 6 p.m. Free. Austin Central Library, 710 W. Cesar Chavez St., Austin. www.austinforum.org/august32021

Aug. 5

‘Museum of the Future Present’ opening

Native Hostel welcomes a new immersive art experience, “Museum of the Future Present,” an installation that combines music, visual art and performances by acts including The Cinematic Orchestra and Hannibal Burress. The installation was created by Los Angeles-based art collective Eye Contakt. Multiple times. $32. 807 E. Fourth St., Austin. www.museumofthefuturepresent.com

Aug. 7

Succulent arrangement class

Articulture Designs offers a workshop on modern succulent arranging, teaching participants to create their own living centerpieces. Materials are provided. 10-11 a.m. $75 and up. 6405 Menchaca Road, Austin. 512-762-5228. 1701 Red River St., Austin. 512-471-7744. www.articulturedesigns.com

Aug. 7-8

Monster Jam

The University of Texas’ Frank Erwin Center hosts a monster truck rally featuring “high-flying stunts and four-wheel excitement.” 7 p.m. (Sat.),

3 p.m. (Sun.). $22 and up. www.uterwincenter.com

Aug. 14

Austin Pride

The Capital City’s pride parade and festival are back in 2021 to celebrate Austin’s lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer community. Sponsored by the Austin Gay and Lesbian Pride Foundation, the festival is open to people of all ages. The parade begins outside the Texas Capitol at 8 p.m. and is free to watch. www.austinpride.org

Aug. 22

Outlaw Music Festival

Willie Nelson, Chris Stapleton, Ryan Bingham and more artists bring the Outlaw Music Festival’s tour to the Germania Insurance Amphitheater at the Circuit of The Americas. Doors open at 3 p.m., and the show begins at 4 p.m. $107 and up. 1901 Circuit of The Americas Blvd., Del Valle. www.germaniaamp.com

Aug. 28

Bat Fest

Austin holds its 16th annual Bat Fest, featuring live music, food and a bat costume contest plus a chance to see the Congress Avenue bridge’s famous bat colony take off. 4 p.m.-midnight. Free (under age 8), $20 (in advance), $25 (at the gate). 100 S. Congress Ave., Austin. 512-220-2340. www.roadwayevents.com/event/bat-fest