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Wide Rustic Open-Air Venue - EVENTS | PRODUCTION | MEETING
  • $50/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (0)
  • Instant book
  • Austin, TX
Rustic open-air building, complete with Austin limestone, corrugated metal and cedar plank walls. Texas Hill Country views and landscaping complete the property.
East Austin Tasting Room
  • $100/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (0)
  • Instant book
  • Austin, TX
Cider tasting room with open layout and neutral decor for versatile use. Large parking lot, street-level accessibility, loading bay doors, large outdoor patio with seating.
Fun and Colorful Art School in SW Austin
  • $300/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (0)
  • Instant book
  • Austin, TX
Ignite your passion for art, learning how to draw and paint in one of our year-round weekly classes. From children as young as 4 years old to 99-year-old adults, we have an art class for you, in any of our four convenient locations in the Greater Austin, metro area. We believe that small classes are best for teaching art and encouraging you to explore your creativity. Get inspired by others in your class, learn to use different media like graphite pencil, charcoal, soft and oil pastels, ink, watercolor, acrylic, and mixed media, and be ready to create the extraordinary! This is space is also perfect for your photoshoots and film shoots as it has a massive of 2500 sq ft. ***Note: Always inquire for dates of availability and custom pricing.
Thunderdome - Outdor Tent Venue/Event Space
  • $450/hr
  • New
  • 5.0 (0)
  • Instant book
  • Austin, TX
Tent Our tent is an additional rentable space at Highbrow/Lowbrow. Our fire/wind/snow-rated tent provides extra coverage for your needs. Enjoy dining, dancing, art showcases, silent disco, & more! Our tent is part of the full venue buyout option, combination package, or can be reserved as a stand-alone venue rental. *Tent measurements are 24'x55'x18' complete with lighting & entrance/exits at both ends. Silent Disco 50 brand new 3 color/channel silent disco headsets provide entertainment during or after hours! These allow up to 3 different DJ's or playlists for you to enjoy during your event. We also offer our silent disco setup as a rental for offsite use. Ask us for details! GreenRoom Do you need a greenroom? We've got your covered! Our 1200 sq ft Studio Suite is your private space, complete with: Complete bathroom (bath/shower) Refrigerator/Freezer Stove/Oven Microwave Coffee Maker Bed Couch Chairs Desk Smart TV with USB-C & HDMI Dry Erase Board Printer 2 Dressers

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About Austin

Austin, the capital of Texas, is a beautiful city. Austin is a cultural, entertainment, and political hub while being home to countless professionals, families, senior citizens, and more. Austin is known for live music, excellent food options, and fabulous tourist attractions.

With year-long festivals, attractions, and wide-open spaces, parks, and gardens, Austin is a thriving metropolis that still maintains its connection to nature. With the Colorado River snaking along and Lady Bird Lake, the recreation, outdoor options, nature trails, and hiking spaces are endless.

It is also the main administrative center of Texas and is home to the State Capitol, the Lyndon B. Johnson Library, and the University of Texas. Apart from the tourist attractions and entertainment options, Austin is a center for growth, IT, software businesses, and companies. It sees a lot of software engineers, web designers, and tech consultants migrating and building their lives here.

The city is home to many engineering fests and hackathons and is known for nurturing an atmosphere of teamwork, cultural unity, and prosperity.

Hackathon Space Options in Austin

Hackathons are collaborative work events where developers and software engineers ideate and create new software. These events are exciting, thrilling, and quite intense. It is best to pre-plan and organize everything for the hackathon space in Austin for a smooth work session.

  • Internet Access
    Internet access and high-speed connectivity are critical and high-priority for hackathon spaces in Austin. Developers and engineers need constant internet connectivity to work collaboratively without any hiccups. Austin has some excellent companies that provide internet services, Wi-Fi, cabling, and more for large and small events. These businesses have highly trained professionals that can help with perfect connectivity solutions.

  • Furniture Rental
    Hackathons require huge setups of comfortable ergonomic seating, conveniently placed tables, and spaces to sit and relax. It is essential to ensure there is seating for everyone attending the event.
  • Catering
    Events that span several days and have many people require excellent food, drink, and refreshment options. Having a professional caterer from Austin whip up delicious cuisines and offer full service is precisely what the hackathon needs to keep everyone happy.

Hackathon Space Companies in Austin

Hosting a successful hackathon requires professional advice and assistance. Austin has some excellent companies that can aid in bringing the entire event together.

  • Trade Show Internet
    Trade Show Internet is a premium Internet provider company in Austin that has done excellent work for small and large events. Some of their notable clients are Google for the Game Developers Conference, Budweiser Festival, Univision’s La Banda Show Event, and more. They help set up high-speed internet, enterprise-class networks, provide bandwidth solutions, fiber-optic GigE, Event Wi-Fi, Router setups, and complete cabling. They also take pride in working within client budgets and briefs and have an entire team of specialists to ensure no connectivity issues arise during the event.

  • Marquee Event Rentals
    Marquee Event Rentals have a wide range of furniture rentals to choose from – tables, staging, chairs, tenting, different options for seating arrangements, lighting, and tabletop accessories, and more. They have offices and warehouses in Austin, Dallas, San Antonio, Chicago, and Kansas City. They are known for their quick assessment of events and venues and are excellent at suggesting seating options, tables, chairs, charging ports and points, sounds, and lighting setups. They also help with the wrap-up towards the end of the event.

  • Crave Catering
    With over 20 years of crafting unique gastronomic experiences and the world-famous Southern hospitality, Crave Catering is an all-in-one catering business. They believe in creativity and deliciousness in all their cuisines and strive to perfect their presentations, service and make the entire catering experience stress-free for their customers. Some of the clients they have worked with are Facebook, Visa, Audi, Apple, Nordstrom, Capital One, University of Texas, Whole Foods, Kendra Scott, and more.

Pros and Cons of Hackathon Spaces in Austin

While Austin is a fantastic city, there are a few pros and cons to consider. Before booking a hackathon space in Austin, it is best to ensure that the advantages outweigh the disadvantages.


  • Friendly locals
    The locals and residents in Austin are genuinely friendly and enjoy meeting new people, having great discussions, and spending time over good food and drink. They have a rare manner of making everyone feel welcome – a testament to the charm of Southern hospitality.

  • Outdoor recreation
    Austin is so excellently connected with nature that most people always find exceptional hiking, biking, and cycling trails. Some other outdoor activities include swimming, canoeing, kayaking, and yoga at one of the many parks lining Lady Bird Lake.

  • Fabulous food
    Austin is known for its delicious barbecue. Most people queue up for BBQ, tacos, and other street food. Michelin-starred restaurants, breakfast and brunch spots, and endless food truck spots are all a massive part of this foodie city.


  • Weather
    The weather in Austin is hot and humid, and most residents prefer going for a swim, renting a sailboat, or simply being indoors while the sun is beating down hard.

  • Public transport
    Public transport options in Austin are limited to only buses. Unlike other large cities, there is no metro or a functional train system. Most people rely on cars, radio cabs like Uber, and carpooling.

  • Traffic
    Due to the unnaturally high number of vehicles on the roads, Austin has enormous traffic congestion. Most people who work in Austin prefer to live close to their workplaces to reduce the time spent in traffic.

Famous Locations in Austin

  • State Capitol
    The Texas State Capitol is set on 22 acres of lush green land. Throughout are scattered monuments, with the area being the home of the Chambers of Texas Legislature and the Office of the State Governor. Visitors can walk along the tree-lined Great Path promenade and admire the nearby monuments like a bronze statue of a Texas Ranger, the Vietnam War monument, and the Texas African American History Memorial. The visitor center offers free tours on all days except publicly declared holidays.

  • Lady Bird Lake
    This lake is named after the wife of the late President Lyndon Johnson, Lady Bird Lake is a reservoir covering 416 acres and is a section of the Colorado River. It is lined with excellent hotels, resorts, restaurants, and recreational areas. The shoreline is open to the public and has several miles of pedestrian and cycle trails. These paths and trails connect to many of Austin’s parks like the Town Lake Memorial Park, Zilker Metropolitan Park, Lamar Beach, Butler Shores, Eilers Neighborhood Park, and more.

  • Lyndon B Johnson Presidential Library
    The LBJ Presidential Library is one of Austin’s crown jewels. It houses the documents, archives, and a museum dedicated to former President Lyndon B Johnson and was opened in 1971. Located on the University of Texas (UoT) Austin campus, this library is open to the public, and most tourists prefer visiting the library while taking a tour of the campus. The 10-story building is famous for its scale replica rooms and exhibitions. There are also replicas of the office of the First Lady and the Oval Office.