Dr. Dog performs at Rachael Ray’s party at Stubb’s during SXSW. Photo by Jay Janner/American-Statesman.

Dr. Dog at Stubb’s. “Live at the Flamingo Hotel,” released in January, is the first live album from Philadelphia indie-rockers Dr. Dog, who have been playing together for more than 15 years. Its legions of fans, plentiful enough to warrant a two-night stand on the Stubb’s outdoor stage now, no doubt will revel in the collection’s 19 tracks that run for nearly 90 minutes. Their Philly brethren Mewithoutyou open Friday’s show; Saturday, local rising stars Wild Child get their shot as the opener. $20-$27. 7 p.m. doors. 801 Red River St. stubbsaustin.com.

Also: It’s an indie-rock-rules night on the Red River axis, with Georgia’s eclectic Of Montreal bringing the tour for their new “Aureate Gloom” to the Mohawk’s outdoor stage with Yip Deceiver. … Canadian pop singer Kiesza, touring behind her major-label debut “Sound of a Woman,” plays Emo’s with Betty Who. … Los Angeles electronica act Shlohmo is at the Parish. … East Cameron Folkcore hits the home stretch of its four-day release party for the new “Kingdom of Fear” album at Salvage Vanguard Theater, with Possessed by Paul James opening Friday and Ben Ballinger on Saturday. … Also celebrating new releases are Flak Records acts Jessica Riddle and Utley3, who share a bill at the Local Pub & Patio. … Violinist Phoebe Hunt, formerly of the Belleville Outfit, and cellist Rushad Eggleston, previously with Crooked Still, team up at Cactus Cafe. … The BodyRock ATX dance party pays tribute to Dallas soul queen Erykah Badu at Empire. … Country singer Jon Wolfe, whose new album “Natural Man” came out this week, plays Midnight Rodeo with theRay Johnston Band.