Oyster Fest, puppies and Aladdin: 10 things to do in Austin in February

Before you know it, February is here and we need to get our calendars in order.

The month is full of fun in Austin. To get you started, we have collected 10 events:

1. Adam Sandler at the Moody Center

Sandler will perform at 7:30 pm on February 14 at the Moody Center, 2001 Robert Dedman Drive. A surprise guest is promised, and the show will feature comedies and songs from Saturday Night Live.

Tickets for $214 and up are still available at moodycenteratx.com.

2. Sunny Saturday party! Beginning of Black History Month at the George Washington Carver Museum

Sunny Saturdays at the George Washington Carver Museum "works to support black lives, create space for critical conversations about society, center joy, and help build a liberated future," stated in the description of the event.

On February 4, museum staff will launch Black History Month at the George Washington Carver Museum in East Austin at 1165 Angelina St. free programming day.

Food trucks, music, and a vendor’s market will be part of the fun and activities that will take place throughout the museum, including the Sunken Garden, the Boyd Vance Theatre, the classroom, and the plaza.

For more information and to respond to an invitation, visit austintexas.gov.

3. Bloody Mary Festival

At this event, you will be able to sample bloody maries from almost two dozen locations in Austin. The festival will take place on February 11 at the Fair Market, 1100 East Fifth Street and includes cocktails, food, coffee and photo shoots.

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