Pachanga presents Los Tigres del Norte at ACL Live. With a noted career that has spanned more than four decades, Los Tigres Del Norte continue to break barriers with their masterful storytelling. The iconic norteño supergroup has become a prominent voice for Latinos around the world, and they don’t shy away from social justice and political issues. The multiple Latin Grammy winners have been featured in documentaries, feature films and publications such as The New York Times. At their shows, Los Tigres Del Norte are known for performing sans a set list and instead let the audience tell them what to play. $59-$89. 8 p.m. 301 Willie Nelson Blvd. acl-live.com. — Nancy Flores
Also: Country radio fave Brad Paisley brings his whiskey lullabies to the HEB Center in Cedar Park with Tyler Farr and Maddie & Tae. … Texas country artist Jack Ingram celebrates the release of his new album “Midnight Motel” with a free in-store performance at Waterloo Records. We’ll have more on Ingram’s new album later this week in our weekly “On The Record” roundup of local releases. … Radically political hip-hop duo Dead Prez play Grizzly Hall. … Texas blues great Guitar Shorty plays Antone’s. … Electronic music collective Exploded Drawing celebrates six years with Butcher Bear, Soundfounder and more at the Museum of Human Achievement. … The 15th-anniversary tour for emo outfit the Used hits Emo’s. … The Continental Club kicks off a two-night stand of old school Texas rock ’n’ soul with Barbara Lynn and Bobby Patterson. … KLBJ’s free sunset concert series at the Oasis features local rockers A. Sinclair and Nic Armstrong & the Thieves. … Recently signed rock ’n’ roll outfit A Giant Dog returns to their old stomping grounds at Hotel Vegas with the Zoltars and Honey Bucket. … Empire Control Room hosts Friday Night Vibes with the Boxing Lesson, Paceshifters, Residual Kid and more. … Modern salsa fusion outfit La Vida Buena plays Flamingo Cantina with La Infinita. … Loud and melodic rockers Major Grizz headline a local band bill at the Mohawk inside. … Longtime local drummer Don Harvey celebrates his 60th birthday by performing with his avant garde ensemble A is Red at the Townsend. … Water & Rust mix gospel, soul and rock ’n’ roll at the Cactus Cafe. … Western swing fiddler Jason Roberts and his band hold court at the Broken Spoke.
RAS Day at Kenny Dorham’s Backyard. The core mission of husband-wife duo Riders Against the Storm is bigger than hip-hop. They are building a movement. A year after the City of Austin named Aug. 29, 2013, “RAS Day,” they launched this annual celebration that combines musical performances with yoga, meditation, dance workshops, children’s activities and samples of healthy food and drinks. This year’s event is headlined by avant-jazz experimentalists Sun Ra Arkestra and includes performances from Sip Sip, Mobley, Tameca Jones and more. $20 advance. 3 p.m. 1106 E. 11th St. rasdayfest.com — D.S.S.
Also: Masks and makeup and guitar screeches: Slipknot and Marilyn Manson play the Austin360 Amphitheater. … Mashup pioneer Z-Trip is at the Belmont with local mixer Chorizo Funk. … Smooth jazz greats Dave Koz and David Sanborn play two shows at One World Theatre. … Scratch Acid fans take note: Jazzus Lizard featuring David Yow and guitarist Brett Bradford’s project Obsessive Repulsive are at the The Lost Well. … Southern gothic alt-rocker Lincoln Durham is at the Parish. … The lineup for Austin Pride Festival at Fiesta Gardens includes bounce queen Big Freedia. … DJs Manic Focus and Wick-It the Instigator keep the party live at Empire Control Room. .. Singer Akina Adderley’s genre-bending jazz band Nori celebrates its debut full-length release “World Anew” at Stay Gold with Anthony da Costa opening. … Beastie Boys cover band Rhymin’ N Stealin’ plays 3Ten. … Top local options include Latin reggae funk band Cilantro Boombox at ABGB, singer-songwriter Jimmy LaFave at Strange Brew and jazz trumpeter Jeff Lofton at Cactus Cafe.
Lyle Lovett & His Large Band at ACL Live. Added after a first show three days earlier sold out quickly, this bonus appearance still has a limited number of tickets available. Lovett has long been one of Austin’s favorite live acts, from his days getting started as a solo singer-songwriter at Cactus Cafe in the 1980s through his rise to international stardom with the Large Band. He seems well overdue for a new album — his last, “Release Me,” came out in 2012 — but in the meantime, we’ll take his live show, still one of the finest in popular music today. $49-$99. 8 p.m. 310 Willie Nelson Blvd. acl-live.com. — P.B.
Also: New Zealand indie-pop duo Broods is at Emo’s. … Longtime Frank Zappa drummer Terry Bozzio plays One World Theatre. … Dope Dungeon, the industrial noise-rock project of Alex Kacha, plays Hotel Vegas. … The Lost Austin Band, a local supergroup of sorts that revisits the early-’70s heyday of cosmic-cowboy progressive country, plays Threadgill’sl along with Bob Livingston’s Cowboys & Indians. … The Continental Club begins a five-day stretch of renovations with no shows downstairs, but Wagoneers leader Monte Warden will head upstairs to the Continental Gallery to join in on the Lo Jinx Orchestra gig along with William Harries Graham, Abra Moore, Andre Duplantis and Daren Hess. … C-Boy’s Heart & Soul presents rising Texas country phenom Jake Penrod, who was part of our “One Day in July” roundup last month. … The Carousel Lounge hosts an all-day benefit for local musician Izzy Cox with the Soulphonics, T. Tex Edwards and many more. … Like your craft beer with a side of country? You’re in luck. Lucas Hudgins plays ABGB and Danny Britt is at South Austin Brewery.