Grammy Award-winning rap conglomerate Bone Thugs-N-Harmony have been rapping really, really fast since the early ’90s, and they aren’t showing any signs of slowing down. Their Get Loud Tour is coming Nov. 1 to the Mohawk, and tickets go on sale at 10 a.m. Friday.

The Ohio-based group gained recognition and popularity throughout the years because of their super-fast, melodic flows. As far as mainstream success, Bone Thugs-n-Harmony is best known for their 1996 hit, "Tha Crossroads," but they have sold over 30 million records worldwide.

Also going on sale Friday are tickets to see one of today’s most successful stand-up comedians. Gabriel Iglesias will bring his "Unity Through Laughter" tour to the Erwin Center on Nov. 7. Iglesias came onto the scene as a member of Nickelodeon’s "All That" sketch comedy show and has since appeared on shows such as "Family Guy" and "My Wife and Kids."

Outside of acting and TV work, Iglesias has established himself most as a stand-up comedian. He built a name for himself with appearances on "Comedy Central Presents" and NBC’s "Last Comic Standing" and has hosted his own Comedy Central specials, such as 2007’s "Hot and Fluffy" and 2009’s "I’m Not Fat … I’m Fluffy."

Also on sale today:

• PHOZ at Lamberts (Oct. 10)

• The Nancy Show at Stateside Theatre (Oct. 18)

• Sargent House Fall Tour 2014 at Red 7 (Oct. 24)

• Ryan Adams at ACL Live (Oct. 23)

• Walk the Moon at the Parish (Oct. 26)

• Brown Sabbath at the Belmont (Oct. 31)

• Zombie Ball Masquerade at ACL Live (Oct. 31 with Neon Trees, and T Bird and the Breaks)

• Ryan Bingham Solo Acoustic at Holy Mountain (Nov. 11)

• "Dirty Dancing" at Texas Performing Arts (Nov. 11-16)

• A Night with Chrissie Hynde at ACL Live (Nov. 19)

• Streets of Laredo at Stubb’s (Nov. 20)

• Les Sins at Vulcan Gas Company (Dec. 6)

• Alex Clare at Emo’s (Dec. 10)

• Frontier Ruckus at Stubbs (Dec. 14)

• Motopony at Mohawk (Dec. 17)

• White Arrows at Stubb’s (Jan. 30)

This weekend

Ski Shores anniversary party. The Lake Austin restaurant has three days of activities to celebrate its 60th anniversary. Friday is family night and includes a screening of "Frozen," free s’mores and a magic performance. Saturday and Sunday will feature food specials, music, a ski show at 5 p.m. Saturday and an expo from 4 to 6 p.m. Sunday; activities are planned from 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. 2905 Pearce Road. Information: skishoresaustin.com/events.

Coming up

Texas Craft Brewers Festival. A celebration of all things craft beer. Brewers from across the state will be there with their brews, including special releases, along with live music and food. Tickets are $25 in advance, $30 at the door (it often sells out). 2 to 6:30 p.m. Sept. 27. Fiesta Gardens, 2101 Jesse Segovia. Information: texascraftbrewersfestival.org.

Next week in Austin360

We’ll have all the details on genre extravaganza Fantastic Fest, which turns 10 and is back at its home base, the reopened Alamo South Lamar. (The Fest opens Thursday, and we’ll have a preview story in the Life & Arts section that day as well.) Plus, a look at HAAM Benefit Day, which is Sept. 23 — with the big ATX British Invasion-themed concert on Sept. 22 — and a preview of Oddball Comedy Fest.