Leon Bridges plays an ACL Fest Late Night Show at the Parish. photo by Jay Janner / American-Statesman

ACL Festival Late Night Shows. After the fest’s opening day wraps in Zilker Park, five local venues feature official late night shows. Two are sold out — TV on the Radio at Emo’s and Zeds Dead and Vulcan Gas Company — but tickets may still remain for Leon Bridges at the Parish with Kenny Uptain, Walk the Moon outdoors at Stubb’s, and Talk in Tongues at Lamberts with Day Wave. Check c3concerts.com/latenight for details on all shows.

Also: Saustex Records’ annual alt-ACL, the Austin Corn Lovers Fiesta, rides again this weekend and next, starting with a bang at the Gatsby when punk legend Mike Watt & HisMissingmen headline a bill that also includes Hamell On Trial, Churchwood, Gay Sportscasters and Microscopic Telescope. … Bay Area garage punk trio Shannon & the Clams headlines the Rock & Bowl Soundhouse, a Fun Fun Fun Fest psych-up party with bowling, vintage arcade games and more at Saenguerrunde Hall. … Classic ’90s heavy alt-rock band Helmet is celebrating the 20th anniversary of its highest-charting album, “Betty,” by playing it in full on a tour that hits the Mohawk’s outdoor stage. … Austin indie-folkers Dawn & Hawkes celebrate the release of their first full-length record, “Yours and Mine,” at One World Theatre. … Rob Townsend of the Belleville Outfit visits Threadgill’s with indie-rockers Ghost Wolves. … Two of the hottest bands in town are named Big Cat and A Giant Dog. Catch the former, with frontman Malford Milligan, at the Continental Club; the latter, featuring Sabrina Ellis, plays a free show at Sidewinder with Slim Twig and Milezo.