Friday-Saturday: Adele at the Erwin Center. Though it’s been a relatively quiet year for the Erwin Center on the concert front, this two-nighter with the bona fide superstar singer-songwriter is among the venue’s biggest bookings of the decade. Not surprisingly, both nights sold out almost immediately after going on sale; StubHub currently shows prices starting north of $600. If you have tickets, cherish them, and the memories the evening no doubt will provide. 6 p.m. doors, 8 p.m. show (no opening act). 1701 Red River St. uterwincenter.com. — P.B.


Friday: Jamestown Revival at Emo’s. It’s a big year for the energetic local indie-folk duo of Zach Chance and Jonathan Clay. After playing Willie Nelson’s Picnic in July, they released “The Education of a Wandering Man,” their second album for Republic Records, last month. Recorded in a Hill Country farmhouse near Austin, the new record flows pretty naturally from the folk-rock groove of their debut “Utah,” even as they reach out in some new directions. Jonny Fritz opens. $18. 8 p.m. doors. 2015 Riverside Drive. emosaustin.com. — P.B.

VIDEO: Interview with Jamestown Revival at ACL Fest 2014


Saturday: Fastball at the Parish. Largely on the back burner since 2009’s “Little White Lies,” the Austin power-pop band that went platinum in the late ’90s is set to return with a new album in early 2017. They couldn’t have asked for a better setup than last month’s revival of their 1998 hit “Out of My Head,” the chorus of which hip-hop act Machine Gun Kelly and Fifth Harmony member Camila Cabello incorporated into their instant smash “Bad Things”; the official YouTube posting of the song already has topped 5 million views. $20-$25. 8 p.m. 214 E. Sixth St. theparishaustin.com. — P.B.


Sunday: Gram Parsons Birthday Bash at Threadgill’s. Saturday would have been the country-rock legend’s 70th birthday, and he’s beloved enough to Austin musicians that more than 30 of them are gathering to take part in this marathon tribute. Among them: Bill Kirchen, Rosie Flores, Michael Fracasso, Bob Livingston, Julie Christensen, Warren Hood and event organizer Patterson Barrett. Oh, and we can’t forget pianist Earl Poole Ball, who actually played on one of Parsons’ records. $15. 7 p.m. 301 W. Riverside Drive. threadgills.com. — P.B.



Tomar & the FCs CD release shows at C-Boy’s


Mary Chapin Carpenter at ParamountAlejandro Escovedo in-store at Waterloo RecordsGuess Who at One World TheatreReverend Peyton’s Big Damn Band, Supersuckers, Jesse Dayton at Antone’sPeelander-Z at SpiderhouseMachinedrum at Grizzly HallRay Benson at El Mercado BackstageFord Madox Ford (with Chip Kinman), Ladyband Johnson, Monte Warden & the Dangerous Few at Continental ClubJess Williamson record release, Cross Record, Julian Neel at Cheer Up Charlie’sMichaela Anne, Carson McHone at Cactus Cafe


Lettuce at Emo’sQuebe Sisters at Stateside at the ParamountAndy Mineo with Social Club at EmpireBob Schneider & Mitch Watkins at Little Woodrow’s SouthparkBilly Crockett at Cactus CafeTyrone Wells at Stubb’s indoorBobby Bones & the Raging Idiots at Nutty Brown AmphitheaterRob Cooperman CD release, Kalu James, Jane Ellen Bryant at One-2-One Bar


Scott Bradlee’s Postmodern Jukebox at ACL Live


Sia at the Erwin CenterLyle Lovett, John Hiatt at Gruene HallMike Stinson at ABGBGary Frank Taylor CD release at Hyde Park Theatre