Pecan Street Festival on Sixth Street. Austin’s music axis may have shifted up Red River, down South Congress and east of I-35, but the historic stretch of Sixth between the Interstate and Congress still grants a wide, welcoming berth for this twice-annual festival. It’s mainly an arts and crafts fair, but there’s free music on three stages from noon until dark on Saturday and Sunday. Performers include Soul Track Mind, A Giant Dog, Magna Carda, Suzanna Choffel, Hard Proof, BLXPTN, Residual Kid, Kiko Villamizar, Mindz of a Different Kind and many more. Check the full lineup and scheule at pecanstreetfestival.org/music. — P.B.
Also: The Mavericks, fresh off winning Group of the Year at last week’s Americana Music Awards, ride into ACL Live for a sold-out show. … Holy Mountain’s final weekend continues with Eagle Claw, Not in the Face and more. … Jo’s Coffee takes part in the lady-part-positive national event V to Shining V from 4 to 7 p.m. with sets by Sweet Spirit, the Bluebonnets and Elizabeth McQueen. … Electronic music collective Exploded Drawing celebrates its fifth anniversary at the Museum of Human Achievement. … Do512 hosts White Denim and Christian Bland at Empire. … British expat Sally Crewe celebrates the release of her new collection of muscular garage pop at Hole in the Wall. … Native Houston singer-songwriterLera Lynn plays her haunting, emotional songs at the Parish. … Chicago hip-hop groove collective Sidewalk Chalk plays inside at Stubb’s. … Tennessee singer-songwriter Logan Brill features songs from her new Carnival Records disc “Shuteye” at Cactus Cafe. … Go trip-tropical on the Mohawk’s outdoor stage with Vacationer, which mixes electronic and island sounds on their two Downtown Records albums. … Local singer-songwriters Charlie Faye and Betty Soo present a Muscle Shoals Revue at Strange Brew.