Aug. 30-31 | Have a laugh

Laugh at Cap City Comedy Club’s preliminary round of the 2022 Funniest Person In Austin Competition. Attendees must be age 17 or older. Winners will be determined by audience vote. The final round is set for Sept. 6. 8 p.m. $10-$18 Cap City Comedy Club11506 Century Oaks Terrace, Bldg. B, Unit 100, Austin. 512-467-2333.

Sept. 1-15 | Celebrate Shoal Creek

Shoal Creek Social, the Shoal Creek Conservancy’s annual fundraising event, aims to raise $25,000. It includes two in-person gatherings with family-friendly activities, games and giveaways Sept. 3 and 10 from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Northwest District Park South, 6600 Shoal Creek Blvd., Austin (Sept. 3); Duncan Park, 900 W. Ninth St., Austin (Sept. 10).

Sept. 3 | Swoon over new tunes

Austin’s Long Center will host outdoor music festival LookOut. The festival will feature an eclectic range of instruments, such as synths, electronics, harp and percussion, and artists who “bend and blend genre,” including Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith, The Album Leaf, Julianna Barwick and more. LookOut will also have visual artists and food. Noon. $45. 701 W. River St., Austin. 512-474-5664.

Sept. 5 | Strike a pose

Austin Yoga Tree, Yoga Pod and Yoga Meditation Group are among area yoga studios that will offer free classes for the Austin Free Day of Yoga. More information, including class times, is available online. Free. Various times and locations.,,,

Sept. 11 | Honor Fallen Heroes

Bear Creek Performance Training will host its annual memorial climb on Mount Bonnell in honor of the lives lost on Sept. 11, 2001. Participants will climb Mount Bonnell 44 times, equalling the height of all the stories in the twin towers combined. BCPT will be fundraising for Team Red White and Blue, a health and wellness nonprofit for veterans. 7 a.m. (individual start times are flexible). Free. 3800 Mount Bonnell Road, Austin.

Sept. 18 | See a Mexican Norteño Star

Latin singer-songwriter Carin León will perform at the H-E-B Center. Since launching a solo career in 2018, Leon has recorded more than 80 songs, including the Mexican hit song, “Me La Avente.” Doors open at 6 p.m. Show starts at 7 p.m. $62-$152. H-E-B Center, 2100 Avenue of the Stars, Cedar Park.

Sept. 18 | Visit a museum

For the 25th Austin Museum Day, dozens of Austin-area museums allow free entry to celebrate art, culture, history, music, nature and science in Austin.

Sept. 18 | Support kids in costumes

The Circuit of The Americas will be the site of the CASA Superhero Run. CASA, or Court-Appointed Special Advocates for children, is a nationwide nonprofit that recruits volunteers to advocate on behalf of neglected or abused children. Attendees can come in a superhero outfit of their choosing in support of CASA’s fundraising efforts. Check in begins at 8:30 a.m. $10 (festival), $20 (1K), $40 (5K), $45 (timed 5K). 9201 Circuit of The Americas Blvd., Austin.

Sept. 23-24 | Enjoy a symphony

The Austin Symphony will present “Virtuosity,” Ravel’s “Piano Concerto in G Major” performed by Benedetto Lupo and Tchaikovsky’s “Symphony No. 4.” 8 p.m. Tickets start at $19. Long Center, 701 W. Riverside Drive, Austin.

Sept. 13 | Support Austin’s Musicians

the Moody Amphitheater The Health Alliance for Austin Musicians will host its annual HAAM Day at the Moody Amphitheater at Waterloo Park. The fundraiser will be in person for the first time since 2019 and streamed online. HAAM will feature live music from over 100 artists. 6 a.m.-10 p.m. Free. 1401 Trinity St., Austin. 512-541-4226.

Sept. 17-18 | Go Nuts for the Pecan Street Festival

East Sixth Street The Pecan Street Association will host its biannual Fall Pecan Festival, which features live music and over 100 vendors offering handmade goods, arts and crafts, food, drinks and more. The festival supports the preservation of Sixth Street. Times TBD. Free. East Sixth Street.