Since we opened in September 2015, our dedication to Austin's local music + art community has been represented with events like First Thursday, Weekend Workout, Survive + Thrive, and more. Take a look at our upcoming roster of events + fun happenings on property. #seeyouatsch
May 25th, 6-7pm in the Event Space
Join us for a powerful yet creatively sequenced flow with special attention to alignment, led by Tiffany Sipos of EcoGrooves.
Free + open to the public with all levels welcome. Space is limited, so please RSVP to save your spot. All guests are asked to bring their own mat, towel + water.
Come party with Chef Yoshi Okai of OTOKO + an awesome lineup of chefs at Al Fuego on May 28th.
Hot Luck Fest is an annual festival of live music + food, bringing together the best talents in both arenas. Al Fuego is a backyard cookout-style event, where chefs cook live + utilize flame-fueled cooking styles to create their dishes.
Learn more about the fest + snag tickets here.
On the first Thursday of every month, businesses along South Congress Avenue band together to highlight the essence of Austin — a celebration of local music, art and culture.
In homage to this Austin tradition, we host First Thursdays at South Congress Hotel: a signature monthly event that features a live performance by an up-and-coming local act, DJs throughout our spaces, drink specials, pop-up activations and more.
Join South Congress Hotel in The Lobby Bar for Sunday Sessions; a stripped back concert series featuring up-and-coming artists once per month. This event supports the SIMS Foundation, an organization that provides mental health and substance use recovery services for musicians, music industry professionals + their dependent family members.
A DJ set will...more
Take a few notes from Chef Yoshi Okai, as he creates traditional recipes from his hometown of Kyoto on Food Network. Learn the secrets behind making *good* sushi rice for masaba oshizushi, a simple mackerel hand roll + how to make Edamame Tofu, a recipe that brings back summer memories in Kyoto.more