English Grammy-nominated songstress Lily Allen is coming across the pond for a September date with her Austin faithful at Stubb’s. Fresh off the May 2 release of her third studio album, "Sheezus" — not to be confused with Kanye West’s "Yeezus" — tickets for Allen’s Sept. 15 show will go on sale at 10 a.m. Friday. While Allen’s musical body of work stands on its own, she has also been featured on notable songs from American artists as well, such as Common’s "Drivin’ Me Wild" (2007), T Pain’s "5 O’Clock" (2011) and Pink’s "True Love" (2013).

In other ticket news, fans of the Emmy-nominated Discovery series "MythBusters" will be happy to know that tickets for the Austin stop of the "MythBusters: Behind the Myths" also will go on sale at 10 a.m. Friday. That show is Dec. 14 at ACL Live. "MythBusters" co-hosts Jamie Hyneman and Adam Savage will perform experiments on stage and engage in other mind-blowing scientific shenanigans. Their Austin trip will be stop 29 on the 32-date tour.

Here is a look at other tickets on sale Friday:

• Welcome To Night Vale at the Paramount Theatre (July 17)

• Hard Working Americans with Cody Canada at Stubb’s (July 26)

• Us the Duo at Emo’s Austin (July 31)

• Rx Bandits and the Dear Hunter at Emo’s (Aug. 15)

• The Pretty Reckless at Emo’s (Sept. 26)

• The Ariborne Toxic Event at Stubb’s (Sept. 26)

• Rachael Yamagata at the Parish (Nov. 2)

Hillary Clinton in Austin

A public appearance around the time your book hits the shelves is one thing. A public appearance around the time your book hits the shelves when you are the former secretary of state, former U.S. senator from New York and possible Democratic nominee for president named Hillary Clinton is something else entirely.

Clinton will visit the Long Center for the Performing Arts on June 20 to deliver an address. Clinton’s book "Hard Choices," about her time as secretary of state, will be out June 10.

Tickets will be available to the general public at 10 a.m. Friday. Details: www.InnovationAE.com.

— Joe Gross

Pfun in Pflugerville

Deutschen Pfest is Friday through Sunday and will include a 5K, kids activities, a parade, carnival rides, shopping, music and plenty of food and drink. Admission is $5 on Friday and Sunday and $7 on Saturday. You also get in if you buy an official T-shirt ($10 kids, $12 to $14 for adult sizes). Those are on sale at City Hall and Pflugerville’s Recreation Center. You can download a fest app, available for iPhone and Android, or see the whole schedule and more details, including parking and free shuttles to the fest at Pfluger Park, at www.pflugervilletx.gov.

Next week in Austin360

Barbecue elicits passionate opinions in Texas (and that’s before the words "Kansas City" or "North Carolina" are even brought into the mix). Find out where Matthew Odam thinks you can get the best in town right now in next week’s tab. We’ll also review the next possible (probable) summer blockbuster, "X-Men: Days of Future Past" and preview the new RedFest, which is next weekend at Circuit of the Americas.