The Zac Brown Band closes out the concert season at Circuit of the Americas. Photo courtesy Shore Fire Media

Zac Brown Band at Austin360 Amphitheater. Mainstream enough to have topped both the country and pop charts with their last three albums, yet hip enough to play “Saturday Night Live” and guest on the Foo Fighters’ last album, Southern country-rocker Zac Brown and his bandmates have had a great run that continued with this year’s “Jekyll + Hyde” album. They’ll close down the concert season at Circuit of the Americas with opening act Drake White & the Big Fire. $39.50-$79. 7 p.m. 9201 Circuit of the Americas Blvd. austin360amphitheater.com.

Fun Fun Fun Fest Nites. If you haven’t already fun-fun-funned yourself out, there’s one last change for FFF pass holders to catch free music after the fest in downtown venues. Top picks include Doomtree with Har Mar Superstar at Sidewinder, Parquet Courts with NOTS at the Parish, Lagwagon outside and Andrew W.K. inside at the Mohawk, and Speedy Ortiz outside and A Giant Dog inside at 611 E. Seventh St. (the former Red 7). Details at individual venue websites and at funfunfunfest.com.

Also: Blues guitarist Robert Cray’s latest album is a live set called “4 Nights of 40 Years Live,” but he’ll have to cram it all into just one night at One World Theatre. … Indie rockers from Phoenix and Detroit team up when Jared & the Mill plays indoors at Stubb’s with Frontier Ruckus. … The ninth annual Gram Parsons Birthday Hoot at Threadgill’s South with host Patterson Barrett’s house band features more than two dozen local acts paying tribute to the Grievous Angel, including Gurf Morlix, Bob Livingston, Betty Soo, Elana James, Mike Stinson and Christine Albert & Chris Gage. … St. Matthew’s Episcopal Church continues its “Soul of a Musician” series at Iron Cactus North with adventurous instrumental band A is Red.