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  • Fall Out Boy

    Fall Out Boy will bring their M A N I A Tour with Machine Gun Kelly plus special guest nothing, nowhere to the Frank Erwin Center on Sept. 23!
    Sun., Sept. 23, 7pm  
    Frank Erwin Center
  • Malia Moore Benefit

    Featuring Two Hoots & a Holler w/ Rick Broussard, Ray Arteaga, Erin Jaimes & Jimmie Dreams, & Twilight Trio. Donations accepted and silent auction to benefit Malia's ongoing care and Lissencephaly Research.
    Sat., Sept. 22, 5pm
    Threadgill's World HQ
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    Pecan Street Festival

    Forty-one acts on three stages – Red River, Trinity, Neches – over two days, noon-9pm, peak a post-SXSW avalanche in the live music capital. Sunday, post-punk vets the Gary and Terminal Mind roar, while El Tule and Cilantro Boombox rock Latinate. Free! www.pecanstreetfestival.org/music.
    Sun., May 6, noon
    Sixth Street between San Jacinto & Red River
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    Ragnar Kjartansson’s S.S. Hangover

    Less a concert than an outlandish performance sculpture, Austin’s contemporary chamber ensemble Density512 don formal wear, board an Icelandic fishing boat, and spend hours floating around a lagoon before a crowd of onlookers. S.S. Hangover, a musical marathon of irony and exhaustion, was devised by Reykjavik artist Ragnar Kjartansson. His countryman and collaborator Kjartan Sveinsson, famous for a 15-year tenure in Sigur Rós, presents his accompanying score opening weekend.
    Sun., May 6, 11am
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    Noise Under the Texas Sky Day 2

    The second annual Noise Under the Texas Sky music, art, and comedy festival promises “a punk rock paradise” with yuks between sets and “very cool vendors.” In Del Valle just past ABIA, the more recognizable talent of some three-dozen acts concentrates on Sunday, including 2018 Austin Music Award winners Worm Suicide and their wise-guy brutecore, the redneck Motörhead/punk shenanigans of Thunderosa, and psych/surf instrumentalists the Spoils. www.noiseunderthetexassky.com.
    Sun., May 6, 1pm
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