This weekend, you're going to be enjoying a promiscuous pizza delivery and canine world records

  • Thursday
  • Pinthouse Pizza's hosting a release party for the Spring issue of the Austin Beer Guide, complete with blind IPA taste tests, new pizza rolls, and special limited-release brews like Jester King's collaboration with Salt Lick. What, pray-tell, is the deal with the ABG pint glasses?
  • Friday
  • The Long Center hosts two nights of the Holy Grail-inspired musical Monty Python's Spamalot. You ne! ne! need a ticket
  • Get your March Madness on at the Frank Erwin Center this weekend for the second and third rounds of the tourney. You can also sit in on practices, which will apparently make you perfect. Who's playing, you ask?
  • Saturday
  • Watch where you step at Auditorium Shores, because there's a giant dog-walking festival where they aim to break world records like most dogs wearing the same bandana. Woof!
  • San Antonio is hosting the incongruously named Maverick Music Festival featuring Gary Clark Jr and Toadies. Behind the boathouse, they'll tell you their dark secret
  • Get pied in the face, hold exotic creatures, and face challenges of physical prowess at the Great Urban Race. Yes, you will fly on some trapezes
  • Sunday
  • Absurdist film director Quentin Dupieux (aka Mr. Oizo) will be at the Drafthouse for a special double-feature of his first film Rubber (wherein a tire gains the telepathic power of destruction, chaos ensues) and a preview of the soon-to-be-released Wrong, in which one of the Reno 911! cops loses his dog and goes down an absurdist rabbit hole to find it. Yes, there are promiscuous pizza delivery girls
  • D-League ballers the Toros take on the Iowa Energy, aka the Windbags. Everything you need to know about the Toros is here