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Duncan Coe (left), director, and Elena Weinberg (right), star and co-creator of the online series “#ATown,” join the “Statesman Shots” podcast this week to talk about the show’s second season, our lives online over the past 15 years and more.

On Tuesday, the Austin City Limits Music Festival released the lineup of this year’s aftershows, and the list did not disappoint. Once the Zilker Park gates have shut for the night, festival acts like Leon Bridges, Lord Huron, Deadmau5 and BØRNS will entertain the late-night crowd at downtown venues. Tickets for both weekend’s shows go on sale Friday at 10 a.m. Find an entire list of artists and venues at music.blog.austin360.com; you can purchase tickets at C3concerts.com.

“So You Think You Can Dance” has won 13 Primetime Emmy Awards in its 12 seasons and is nominated for eight more in 2015. Everything from the choreography to the costumes, lighting and host Cat Deeley have received critics’ recognition. The cast of the currently airing 12th season has been narrowed down to five stage dancers and five street dancers who will bring some of the season’s best routines to venues across the country. This season’s dancers will light up ACL Live’s stage on Oct. 16, and tickets for the show go on sale Friday.

Other tickets on sale this week:

• Give Hope 2015 at ACL Live (Oct. 15)

• Katt Williams at Cedar Park Center (Oct. 31)

• Beat Connection at Stubb’s BBQ (Nov. 11)

• A Silent Film at Stubb’s BBQ (Nov. 20)

• Mac Miller at Emo’s Austin (Nov. 23)

• !!! at the Mohawk (Dec. 12)

• Cas Haley at Stubb’s BBQ (Dec. 19)

• Il Volo at Bass Concert Hall (Mar. 16)

— Rachel Corbelli

Get rugged with obstacle race

Giant water slides, trampolines, adult bounce houses and mechanical bulls? All in one spot?

A new obstacle race coming to the Travis County Exposition Center on Sept. 5 promises all that, with a little running in between.

Competitors in the Rugged Maniac, held in 23 cities this year, will tackle a series of obstacles, including a 50-foot water slide, underground tunnels and fire jumps, spread over a 3-mile off-road course.

Afterward, they’ll celebrate at a daylong festival featuring live music, mechanical bulls, adult bounce houses, beer, food and exhibition booths. The festival is free to spectators.

Entry fee for the race is $89 at ruggedmaniac.com, or $100 at the event the day of the race ($10 discount for students and military personnel with valid identification).

— Pam LeBlanc

Next week in Austin360: Droids! 007! Zombies! Get a sneak peek at the movies coming to theaters this fall and winter.

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