“Austin Revealed: Chicano Civil Rights” Film Screening & Discussion at Monkeywrench Books at 6:30 p.m.
The latest installment of KLRU-TV’s Austin Revealed series, an oral history project launched in 2014 that aims to encourage discussion about the city’s future, focuses on the Chicano Civil Rights Movement in Austin and weaves together the compelling stories of trailblazing Austinites who were part of an era that helped shape today’s Austin.
A Q&A will follow with filmmaker Joe Rocha and some of the documentary’s featured trailblazers.
Echocentrics “Echo Hotel” Album Release at Parish Austin from 8-11 p.m.
Check out what Austin360 music writer Deborah Sengupta Stith had to say about the latest album in a roundup of “Best of Austin Music.”
“It’s been five years since Austin super-producer Adrian Quesada released an Echocentrics album, but it’s certainly been worth the wait. Though songs are fleshed out with a live band and guest vocals from Alex Maas (Black Angels), James Petralli (White Denim), Jazz Mills, Tita Lima and Natalia Clavier, this is Quesada’s creative vehicle to stretch out and explore. The result is a richly textured scrapbook featuring the best of his signature sounds, from the psychedelic ramble of album opener “Canyon” to the dramatic passion that always sounds better in Spanish, “Muerto En Vida.” — D.S.S.
Enanitos Verdes and Hombres G at Coliseo Austin at 8 p.m.
Two of Latin America’s rock en español legends perform together for what should be a must-see show.
Eastside Soul Session showcase at Sahara Lounge at 7 p.m.
Austin Vida features a night of multicultural sounds with its Eastside Soul Session showcase, which is billed as a night of Afro-soul meets Chicano soul. Featured artists include Austin hip-hop, soul and funk band Afrofreque as well as Big Band Tejano, which will bring its 1960s and 1970s Chicano soul grooves to the party. Doors for the $8 show open at 7 p.m.
B Scene: ¡Viva España! at the Blanton Museum of Art from 6-10 p.m.
The Blanton Museum of Art’s party series pairs its current exhibit “Goya: Mad Reason,” which features works by Spanish painter Francisco de Goya with a Spanish-style celebration. The soiree will feature tapas, sangria, flamenco performances, Latin jazz music, DJ El Canoso, and more. Free for members, who also have access to the member lounge with live paella cooking demonstrations and wine tasting, and $12 for the general public.
¡Cine Resistencia! Summer Film Series at Resistencia Bookstore at 6:30 p.m.
Check out selected footage from the documentary “Woman of the Water” directed by local filmmaker Tahila Xicahuamazatl Chavez Mintz. The free screening gives the audience a chance to offer feedback about the work-in-progress documentary, which features powerful women leaders from indigenous communities across the Americas.
Light refreshments will be provided. Donations or book purchases will be accepted.
Celebration of Life for Danny Camacho at the Emma S. Barrientos Mexican American Cultural Center from noon-3 p.m.
As an unofficial historian of Mexican American history in East Austin, Danny Camacho touched the lives of many Austinites. Camacho died in April of a heart attack. He was 70. Family, friends and community members will gather for a celebration of his life and accomplishments. In 2010, the Statesman’s editorial board selected Camacho as one of its “Heroes” for bringing Austin history to the forefront.
The celebration is open to the public and will feature remembrances and special remarks by several guests including former Austin mayor Gus Garcia. Free parking and refreshments will be available.