1. Austin Music Awards at ACL Live


7:25 p.m. March 11. $30-$60. 310 Willie Nelson Blvd. austinmusicawards.org


The 38th annual event unveils winners in dozens of musical categories, alongside performances from some of Austin’s longtime luminaries and younger up-and-comers. This year’s show will feature performances by Bill Carter, Charlie Sexton, Jack Ingram, Grupo Fantasma, Tameca Jones, Jon Dee Graham, Blackillac, Hard Proof, Walker Lukens, Big Wy’s Horns, Lolita Lynne, the Well, Harry & Emmy, DJ Chorizo Funk and others. Chris Cubas and Jackie Venson are hosts, with Michael Ramos serving as musical director. — Peter Blackstock


2. Broadway in Austin: Disney’s “Aladdin”


Opens March 11. 8 p.m. Tuesday-Saturday, 2 p.m. Saturday, 1 and 6:30 p.m. Sunday through March 22. $35-$140. Bass Concert Hall, 2350 Robert Dedman Drive. texasperformingarts.org


The touring production of “Aladdin” — a Broadway musical adaptation of Disney’s 1992 animated hit about the titular pickpocket and a jovial djinn — is bringing a whole new world to Austin for several days of shows. The production will have all the hit songs that made the original film so beloved, such as “Friend Like Me” and “A Whole New World.”


3. The Office! A Musical Parody


7:30 p.m. March 11. $29.50-$46.50. The Paramount Theatre, 713 Congress Ave. tickets.austintheatre.org/5396


It's a typical morning at Scranton's third largest paper company until, for no logical reason, a documentary crew begins filming the lives of the employees of Dunder Mifflin. “The Office! A Musical Parody,” currently playing off-Broadway in New York City, is the unauthorized parody of the hit TV show “The Office.” Beloved moments from all nine seasons will be mashed up into one live production.


4. Jason Reynolds’ author appearance


7 p.m. March 11. $20-$25. Central Presbyterian Church, 200 E. Eighth St. 512-472-5050, bookpeople.com


The New York Times bestselling author gives an author talk and signing at Central Presbyterian Church as part of a BookPeople event. He’ll discuss his latest book, “Stamped,” a timely, crucial and empowering exploration of racism — and antiracism —in America. Purchase tickets to participate and to receive a copy of the book. A signing line will form afterward, but there will be no posed photos.