Mary Ramsey leads 30-plus-year New York tribe, 7 & 9:30pm.
Living Colour’s Corey Glover and shredder Eric McFadden get purple hazed.
Few albums capture the simultaneous glory and isolation of that first year of college more perfectly than Weezer’s 1996 sophomore effort Pinkerton. The LP, performed here in its entirety by ever emotive locals Quiet Company, remains a 34-minute exhale of lyrics you can’t help but enunciate. Outside, Peligrosa DJs El Dusty, DJ Manny, and Chorizo Funk sling South American and European dance beats, absorbing the angst from inside and releasing it out into the open air.– Nina Hernandez
A generational divide separates this pair of Latina singer-songwriters, serenading the blanket-strewn masses of Music Under the Star, the Bullock Museum’s response to KGSR’s Blues on the Green. And yet, they’re cut from a similar serape. Since the late Eighties, San Antonio folkie Tish Hinojosa has turned the activism of Sixties forbears such as Joan Baez into a personal travelogue of the Lone Star State, and for the last decade, Europe. Almost a decade into her run, Carrie Rodriguez still bends her fiddling siren stories to the high Texan standard of her father David Rodriguez. 6pm, free.– Raoul Hernandez