Saxon Pub 25th Anniversary. The stretch of South Lamar between Riverside and Oltorf was still a pretty sleepy stretch in the spring of 1990 when the Saxon Pub opened for business. So much has changed that the Saxon is plotting a move to the South Congress/St. Elmo area, but for the moment, its focus is on celebrating a quarter-century as one of Austin’s prime rooms for acoustic music. The Resentments, who began at the Saxon 17 years ago, kick it off in their traditional Sunday slot (7:30 p.m., $10), followed by Bob Schneider’s 15-years-running Lonelyland show on Monday (8:30 p.m., $10-$25). The rest of the week follows suit in similar fashion, with the focus on the regular residencies that have made the Saxon a local institution. 1320 S. Lamar. thesaxonpub.com

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