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Even as Austin’s entertainment districts have taken on different identities (East Austin for hipsters, Rainey Street for college kids, Red River for people who want to hear live music), Sixth Street is still the go-to spot for tourists.
Unless, of course, the tourists are in town for the Texas Relays, because last weekend a number of the bars in town opted out.
Official website PGA Tour tournament site Valero Texas Open Records: Prior to that, the tournament was played for about 10 years at La Cantera Golf Club's Resort Course.
Many different courses in San Antonio have hosted this event over the years.
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This isn’t a new trend, but no matter how much people talk about it—and they’ve talked about it a lot over the years—some Sixth Street bars lock their doors and give their staff the weekend off when high school and college track-and-field teams from around the state compete at the Clyde Littlefield Texas Relays.
It’s possible that a number of Austin clubs just happened to book private events the same weekend as the Relays, even if, according to Carrington, there didn’t appear to be any outward signs that there were private events happening inside.
This was thrown into sharp focus this past week by UT sociology professor Ben Carrington, who tweeted photos of a number of bars (as well as Palm Door on Sixth, an event venue that’s only open by reservation) that, curiously, were closed while Relays were in town.