1. Hi, How Are You Day at ACL Live

7 p.m. Jan. 22. $49-$79. 310 Willie Nelson Blvd. acl-live.com

A relatively small but utterly charming celebration of renowned songwriter Daniel Johnston’s birthday held last year at the Mohawk, this event moves to a much bigger stage for its second go-round, with an impressive lineup to match. Indie heavyweights the Flaming Lips, Yo La Tengo, Built to Spill and Bob Mould head a cast that also includes locals the Black Angels and Bob Schneider. Proceeds support the Hi, How Are You Project, which seeks “to end the stigma around mental health conversations,” per the show’s promo material. — Peter Blackstock

2. "Waitress"

8 p.m. Jan. 22-Jan. 26, 2 p.m. Jan 26, 1 and 7 p.m. Jan. 27. $30-$145. Bass Concert Hall, 2350 Robert Dedman Drive. texasperformingarts.org

Featuring music and lyrics by Sara Bareilles, the heart-warming musical is based on the 2007 film of the same name about a waitress named Jenna Hunterson who becomes pregnant by her abusive husband, Earl, and then has an affair with her gynecologist. Looking for a way out of her life, she seizes the chance to enter a pie contest for its grand prize. "Waitress" takes the stage through direction by an all-female creative team.

3. Easy Tiger & Real Ale's Shere Khan Release Party

4 p.m. Jan. 22. Free. 709 E. Sixth St., 6406 N. Interstate 35 and 5001 US 183A. easytigerusa.com

Easy Tiger has teamed up with Real Ale Brewing to create the Shere Khan Salted Pecan Imperial Stout and will debut it with a couple of beers in Real Ale's Mysterium Verum series. All locations of the beer bar will tap Shere Khan — named after the tiger in "The Jungle Book" — but only the downtown and the Linc locations will have the Mysterium Verum brews. The Linc will tap 2014 Imperium and 2017 Codex Triplex; the Sixth Street spot will have 2016 Devil's Share.

4. "Forest for the Trees" at Wally Workman Gallery

10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday-Saturday, 12 to 4 p.m. Sunday through Feb. 9. 1202 W. Sixth St. wallyworkmangallery.com

Artist Julia Lucey presents nature as sacred using a process of collaging aquatint etchings that allows each plant or animal to be meticulously depicted and elevated to the symbolic. Her plant etchings are on display on the second floor of Wally Workman Gallery as part of PrintAustin; Eliza Thomas' ink works on kozo paper are in the main gallery as part of the exhibit "Seeing Through Darkness."