Brandon Boyd of Incubus performs at Lollapalooza. AP Photo/Seth Rossman, File photo.

Incubus, Deftones at Austin360 Amphitheater. Though they’re both from California, rock bands Incubus and the Deftones are different enough to make them a somewhat offbeat pairing on a double bill. The Deftones, from Sacramento, have been around longer, forming in the late 1980s and peaking around 2000 with the platinum-selling “White Pony.” Incubus formed in the early ’90s but had their first No. 1 record in 2006 with “Light Grenades.” Unlike the Deftones, who made their impact with albums, Incubus also had a top-10 single with 2000’s “Drive.” Also on the bill are Death From Above 1979 and the Bots. $32.50-$99.50. 6:15 p.m. 9201 Circuit of the Americas Blvd. austin360amphitheater.com. — P.B.

Also: Australian punk band Royal Headache brings the tour for its second album “High” to Red 7. … Top local picks include Speedy Sparks & the Koolerators at Hotel Vegas, Ben Ballinger & His Mentors at Stay Gold and Roger Wallace at Hole in the Wall withLindsey Verrill and Sweet Gary Newcomb. … Joining host Christine Albert for Mystery Monday at El Mercado are Shake Russell, Michael Hearne, Mike Roberts and Bobby Kallus.