• Metalachi

    Metalachi, the world's first and only metal mariachi band, performs in front of a fired up crowd at Red 7 on Thursday. The band spices up metal classics, such as "Crazy Train" and "Raining Blood" with an added mariachi flair.

  • Flamenco Dancers

    Flamenco dancers perform at El Tablao de Carmen in Barcelona, Spain. Flamenco is a type of folk music and dance that originated in southern Spain in the late 18th century and is still popular today.

  • Keep Austin Weird

    Doug Byers, who refers to himself as Running Redneck, reaches for a beer can hanging in front of his head after running a 5K at the Keep Austin Weird Festival on Saturday afternoon.

  • Utrecht Centraal Station

    A woman paces the Utrecht Centraal Station platform as she waits for the next train in Utrecht, Netherlands.

  • Juneteenth parade

    As the first band beat its drums and dancers moved effortlessly down Martin Luther King Jr Boulevard on Saturday morning, sleepy bystanders who came to celebrate at the annual Juneteenth parade were suddenly on their feet. Juneteenth – the celebration of the abolition of slavery in Texas was celebrated with an annual parade Saturday morning. Thousands of East Austin community members lined Chicon Street to observe the holiday and to celebrate African-American culture and heritage. In addition to the marching bands, local business, politicians and even a riding club were part of the parade. Parade watchers included those who have been to every Juneteenth parade in East Austin and many smaller members of the community who were taking in the festivities for the first time with wide-eyes.