Northside Snaps. Domain Northside is about to be covered in lights for the holidays, but that's not all you'll want to take photos of this festive season. The outdoor mall will also display holiday-themed original attractions, locally designed by Ion Art, including a 10-foot-tall Willie Nelson nutcracker, cowboy Santa, armadillo snowman, and never-before-seen Airstream sleigh pulled by a red-nosed Texas Longhorn. To participate in Northside Snaps, be one of the first 100 people daily to take professional photos with the Airstream sleigh. 10 a.m. Saturday-Sunday, Nov. 24-25. Domain Northside Lawn, Palm Way and Rock Rose Avenue. domainnorthside.com.
Jaguar Shark Bottle Release. Pinthouse Pizza is releasing a new round of bottles of its award-winning Jaguar Shark Bourbon Barrel-Aged Imperial Stout. This year’s release not only includes the 2018 version of Jaguar Shark and Enchantment Under the Sea, but it also features three additional variations of Jaguar Shark. Buckle up, it is going to be an insane lineup. Cellared kegs are also going on tap, but those won't be announced until the day of the event. 11 a.m. Saturday. Free. 4729 Burnet Road. facebook.com/events/316747222471913/.
Longhorn City Limits. The final concert in the University of Texas' fall music tailgating series features electro, rock and funk band Ghostland Observatory. Comprised of Austin-based natives Aaron Behrens and Thomas Ross Turner, Ghostland Observatory released its latest effort, "See You Later, Simulator" in September. Longhorn City Limits takes place at every home game on the LBJ Lawn outside the northeast corner of DKR-Texas Memorial Stadium. Mobley opens at 4 p.m. 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. Saturday. Free. texassports.com.
Harvest Thieves play Whiskeytown’s “Strangers Almanac” at White Horse. The local alt-country band rarely plays a show without slipping Whiskeytown’s “16 Days” into the set. But for a milestone birthday, leader Cory Reinisch asked his bandmates if they’d play the entire 1997 album that featured that song, and they’ve obliged. (Full disclosure: Having written the liner notes for the “Strangers Almanac” 10th-anniversary reissue many years ago, I’ve been enlisted to provide some contextual remarks.) $5. 10 p.m. Saturday. 500 Comal St. thewhitehorseaustin.com. — Peter Blackstock
Conan O’Brien at ACL Live. Late night host O’Brien is again taking his act on the road. For anyone who has seen the 2011 documentary “Conan O’Brien Can’t Stop,” the talk show host’s live show is unpredictable and wild worth going to see. The Austin show will feature Conan along with performances from Run Funches (“Curb Your Enthusiasm”), Taylor Tomlinson (Netflix’s “The Comedy Lineup”), and Flula Borg (“Pitch Perfect 2″). 8 p.m. Saturday. $52.50-$165. 310 W. Second St. 512-225-7999, acl-live.com/calendar/conan-and-friends. — Brently Heilbron
"Mischief Managed" at Hideout Theatre. The Hideout has dabbled in improvising in the world of a certain boy wizard before, but the theater is finally giving the wizarding world its due with a full-on run of magical shows."Mischief Managed" chronicles the adventures of students at the venerable British School for Witchcraft and Wizardry. Set in the time period between the defeat of Voldemort and present day, it features a mix of beloved characters from the books and all new students, menaces and teachers. 8 p.m. Saturday through Dec. 29. $15. 617 Congress Ave. hideouttheatre.com.
Atelier Dojo Grand Opening Bash. Locally based art studio Atelier Dojo celebrates its official opening at the second weekend of the East Austin Studio Tour. The event features live music by the Jeff Bloom Quartet, photography by Scott Kentros and cocktails by Violet Crown Liquors. Founder, faculty and members' work will be on exhibition during the celebration and the remainder of EAST. Atelier Dojo is a new professional art academy founded by four female artists determined to cultivate a community of representational painters in Austin. 6 to 8 p.m. Saturday. Free. 916 Springdale Road. facebook.com/events/287433975410634/.