Monday: Norah Jones, Candles at Stubb’s. Austin’s getting Jones at the tail end of an extended worldwide tour to support “Day Breaks,” her sixth solo album, which came out last fall. Jones’ piano-based brand of pop often has leaned toward jazz, so it’s fitting that she dipped into the songbooks of Duke Ellington and Horace Silver on “Day Breaks,” though most of the material is original. (Jones taped an episode of “Austin City Limits” at ACL Live the night before her Stubb’s show, which is sold out.) 7 p.m. 801 Red River St. stubbsaustin.com — P.B.

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Wednesday: Grupo Fantasma at Blues on the Green. What’s better than seeing one of the best Latin music ensembles on the planet? Seeing one of the best Latin music ensembles on the planet for free in one of the most beautiful city parks in the country. KGSR’s family-friendly concert series at Zilker Park continues with the mighty Grupo Fantasma. Hard Proof opens. 8 p.m. 2100 Barton Springs Road. kgsr.com — D.S.S.


Thursday: Solstice Fest opening night at Mohawk, Empire and Sidewinder. The first two nights of this three-day event feature local bands at three Red River District venues, before the action shifts to Pan Am Park for an all-day bash on Saturday, June 17. Top acts on Thursday include Holiday Mountain and Henry + the Invisibles at the Mohawk, El Tule and Money Chicha at Empire, and Riders Against the Storm and Melat at Sidewinder. The $35 ticket includes admission to Pan Am Park and to all the club events, space permitting. Start times and venue details are at solsticeatx.com. — P.B.

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Bethel Music, Housefires at Cedar Park Center New Berlin, Quin Galavis at Cheer Up Charlie’s Lindsay Beaver at Antone’s Free Throw at Sidewinder Graham Wilkinson at Geraldine’s Mystery Monday with Shake Russell & Michael Hearne at El Mercado Backstage Sister Rays, Shadowgraphs, Diamond Center at Hotel Vegas

Los Angeles rockers the Regrettes play Tuesday at 5 p.m. at Waterloo Records and later that night at the Mohawk. Contributed/Jen Rosenstein


Regrettes, Stef Chura at Mohawk indoor Regrettes at Waterloo Records (5 p.m.) Busdriver at Flamingo Cantina Joy Formidable, Radkey at Parish Sunny Sweeney & Brennen Leigh, Noel McKay at Saxon Pub Mutoid Man, Helms Alee at Barracuda Curtis McMurtry at Continental Gallery TWRP at Stubb’s indoor Jonathan Terrell, Mike Schoenfeld Rubilators at Sam’s Town Point


Brit Floyd at ACL Live Redd Volkaert at Long Center Rollins Studio Theater David Pulkingham at New World Deli Warren Hood at ABGB Merchandise at Sidewinder Landon Bullard & the Mostly Sober at Empire Mau Mau Chaplains at Flamingo Cantina Eve & the Exiles, Tommy Shannon Blues Band, Bill Carter at Antone’s Brother Superior, Modrag, Big Jaw, Sarah Burton at Hole in the Wall


Unplugged at the Grove with Sarah Jaffe at Shady Grove Passafire, Bumpin’ Uglies at Antone’s Spiral Stairs, Moving Panoramas at 3Ten Spiral Stairs at Waterloo Records (5 p.m.) LNY TNZ at Kingdom Hello Wheels at Cactus Cafe Suzanna Choffel at Winflo Kolars at Stubb’s indoor 24th Street Wailers at Continental Club Sine, Knifight at Cheer Up Charlie’s Autlier at Hotel Vegas Lissa Hattersley’s TripTrio at Evangeline Cafe ]]