The first weekend of February is here and along with it comes Super Bowl Sunday. Last year a record 114.5 million people tuned in. That’s more than a third of the US population. And this year is supposed to be even bigger.
We put together a list of places to watch the big game with the most expensive commercials — $5 million buys you 30-seconds, the most expensive it has ever been.
Have an amazing weekend! Here is your Lake Travis area weekend roundup:
Friday, February 5
Anything Goes at Lake Travis ISD Performing Arts Center (7pm)
Hoppy Hour at Infamous Brewing Company (4pm-9pm)
Friday Night Live Music Lineup at Poodie’s Roadhouse in Spicewood — Ru Coleman (6pm), Carl Hutchens (8pm)
Fabulous Chevelles at Angel’s Icehouse in Spicewood (7:30pm-10:30pm)
The Salon Series – Classical Guitar at Spicewood Arts Society (7:30pm)
Andrea Marie & the Magnolia Band at Hill Country Golf & Guitar (7pm-10pm)
The Texas KGB at Rumi’s Tavern in Jonestown (9pm-1am)
Hal Ketchum at One World Theatre (7pm & 9:30pm)
Saturday, February 6
Valentine’s Mailbox Free Kids Workshop at the Home Depot (9am-noon)
Anything Goes at Lake Travis ISD Performing Arts Center (2pm & 7pm)
Tour & Tasting at Infamous Brewing Company (1pm-9pm)
Saturday Night Live Music Lineup at Poodie’s Roadhouse in Spicewood — Keith Rea (6pm), Randall King Band (8pm), Armadillo Road (10:30pm)
Heavy Waters at Rumi’s Tavern in Jonestown (9pm-1am)
Crystal Gayle at One World Theatre (7pm & 9:30pm)
Sunday, February 7
Lone Star Farmers Market in the Shops at the Galleria (10am-2pm)
Tour & Tasting at Infamous Brewing Company (noon-5pm)
SB50 in the Lake Travis Area
Here are places to watch Superbowl commercials with some football and more places that we’ve added to the list:
Super Bowl 50 at Infamous Brewing Company (5:30pm)
SB50 Meridian 98 at Sonesta Hotel Bee Cave
Super Bowl 50 Sunday Brunch and Wing Buffet at Hill Country Golf & Guitar (10am-9pm)
Super Bowl Sunday Steak Night at Poodie’s Roadhouse in Spicewood
Super Bowl Party at Rumi’s Tavern in Jonestown
In the Big City
Austin Humane Society’s 9th Annual Puppy Bowl on Saturday, February 6 (noon – 2pm)
Kent Dugan’s 17-piece Republic of Texas Big Band, plus Lakeway singers David Cummings and Lisa Clark, at the next Big Band Bash on February 8 at the Lakeway Activity Center (8pm-10pm)
Meet and Greets hosted by City of Lakeway’s Dave DeOme and Joe Bain at Fore Restaurant — Tuesday, February 9 with State Representative Paul Workman (5:30pm-7pm) — Wednesday, February 10 with Commissioner Gerald Dougherty (5:30pm-7pm)
Lakeway’s Storywalk around the trail behind Lakeway City Hall from February 1-16 (8am-5pm) For information, call the Parks and Recreation Department at 512-314-7530.
Brown Bag Luncheon Concert Series with Robert “Beto” Skiles Quartet featuring vocalist Shawnda Birch will perform on February 11 at the Lakeway Activity Center — The City of Lakeway’s Arts Committee produces the series of free weekly concerts from noon-1pm every Thursday in January and February. No reservations or tickets are required. For information on the series, call Lakeway Activity Center at 512-261-1010.
Abstract-expressionist painter Carl Smith’s works will be on display at the Lakeway City Hall Art Gallery exhibit from January 21 to March 3, 2016.