Film


A Very “Die Hard” Christmas. Whether “Die Hard” is a Christmas movie is a debate that has raged for years — the Bruce Willis action film takes place over the holidays. But whether it is, the Little Woodrow’s location on Burnet will screen it on a projector on Christmas night with free cookies and $3.50 Christmas beers. In “Die Hard,” off-duty New York City cop John McClane is caught in a Los Angeles skyscraper during a heist. 8 to 11 p.m. Dec. 25. Free. 5425 Burnet Road. facebook.com/events/849995875457203


Nightlife


Snow Much Fun on Congress. Wishing for a winter wonderland in the middle of Texas? How about a white Christmas? You can have them both on the final day of Edge Rooftop & Bar’s Snow Much Fun on Congress pop-up, featuring a snow machine that will go off every hour on the hour. There will also be live holiday music, s’mores and themed cocktails such as Santa’s Cider and Frosty’s Old Fashioned. 2 to 10 p.m. Dec. 25. Free. Edge Rooftop & Bar at the JW Marriott, 110 E. Second St. eventbrite.com/e/snow-much-fun-on-congress-tickets-84827869441


Coming up


“A Tuna Christmas.” The City Theatre Austin brings back the hit southern comedy with two actors, 22 characters and a lot of holiday small-town fun. Actors Scot Friedman and Rick Smith star in this production staged in the fictional of Tuna, Texas, where Joe Bob Lipsey has a disastrous Christmas Carol pageant, a yard-decorating contest is sabotaged and a mysterious phantom is on the loose and spreading havoc. 8 p.m. Thursday-Saturday, 3 p.m. Sunday through Jan. 5. $10-$25. Trinity Street Playhouse. 901 Trinity St. 512-627-9700, citytheatreaustin.org


I (Heart) K-Pop 6th Anniversary at Elysium. Local DJ and promotion crew, DemographicsEnt, describe themselves as “all things Hallyu,” a Chinese term that translates to Korean Wave. Korean music, fashion and culture have been a dominant force in Asian countries for years, and more recently, the K-Pop craze has swept the U.S. Since 2013, DemographicsEnt has been drawing diverse crowds to downtown clubs with their monthly K-Pop love fests. 18 & up. $5 in advance, $10 at the door. 10 p.m. Dec. 27. 705 Red River St. elysiumonline.net — Deborah Sengupta Stith


Peruvian Holiday Feast. On Sundays in Latin America, it is customary to dine as a family, gathering multi-generational groups together and sharing a meal, stories and memories. This December, Yuyo has hosted a series of family-style Sunday dinners, where Chef Maribel Rivero will be serving up Peruvian holiday specialties. The final meal will have braised duck legs, steelhead trout causa and more. Wine pairings are $20 extra. 6 to 8 p.m. Dec. 29. $60. 1900 Manor Road. 512-919-4147, facebook.com/events/410730199802914