Here's what's going on in the Live Music Capital of the World this week.

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Friday: Rock the Park with Moving Panoramas at Mueller Lake Park. The grand finale for the spring edition of KUTX’s free family concert series features Leslie Sisson’s dreamy pop outfit, who released their second album, “In Two,” in late February. Once a trio, the group now plays as a six-piece, boasting richly textured indie-pop sound beds supporting the group’s signature gauzy vocal harmonies and introspective lyricism. Kids act Kat’s Pajamas opens. Free. Face painting begins at 6:15 p.m. Music starts at 6:45 p.m. 4550 Mueller Blvd. kutx.org. — D.S.S.

» RELATED: With new lineup, larger sound, Moving Panoramas look forward

Saturday: Jmblya at Circuit of the Americas. Once showcasing EDM and rap, the lineup for Scoremore’s Texas turn-up leans hard into hip-hop this year. Houston rap superstar Travis Scott leads a bill that also includes Lil Wayne, Kevin Gates, Gunna and Sheck Wes. A late addition to the bill routes Lil Nas X’s “Old Town Road” through Austin. The country-trap breakout, who’s been riding high atop the Billboard Hot 100 chart, is listed as a special guest for the event. We predict his (brief) performance will round up the biggest sing-along of the whole festival. Tickets start at $109. Gates at noon. 9201 Circuit of the Americas Blvd. jmblya.com. — D.S.S.

LISTEN BELOW: Deborah and Peter talk about the recently announced ACL Fest lineup with JB Hager on Austin360 Radio

Saturday: iHeart Country Festival at Erwin Center. In its sixth year at Austin’s largest arena, this radio-network event once again mixes mainstream country's major names and rising stars. Count Tim McGraw, Little Big Town, Florida Georgia Line, Luke Combs and Dan & Shay among the former, with Tenille Townes, Old Dominion, Chris Janson and Lauren Alaina as potential breakouts. The wild card is Bobby Bones & the Raging Idiots, starring the former Austin radio jock who’s now a big Nashville star. $75-$425. 7 p.m. Alaina also will play the free Daytime Village pre-concert event at the North Box Office plaza, along with Russell Dickerson, Michael Ray, Morgan Wallen and Locash; that show runs from 2 p.m. to 5:15 p.m. 1700 Red River St. uterwincenter.com. — P.B.

Saturday: BLK Vinyl First Birthday Block Party. The used vinyl record store started by a trio of high school friends celebrates a year in business with a block party at their East Austin location. With many records in their cozy space priced in the $4-$6 range, the shop has found a niche in Austin's scene among entry level vinyl enthusiasts looking to build their collections. Owners Jason Kuntz, John Brookbank and Keith Lough will spin vinyl sets and there will also be live bands. Friends and Allies will provide drinks and the store will offer 10% off all purchases as a thank you to the community for a successful first year. Free. 4 p.m. 2505 E. Sixth St. blkvinylatx.com — D.S.S.

Sunday: Cinco de Mayo shows. A Texan led the outnumbered Mexican troops in the battle against the French remembered on May 5, and perhaps that’s part of the reason we love a good Cinco de Mayo fiesta. The annual conjunto bash at Fiesta Gardens won’t be happening this year, but the Rancho Alegre Radio folks have invited producer Johnny Degollado and his group to perform at the final night of their conjunto festival at Stubb’s. J.R. Gomez y Los Conjunto Bandits, Gilberto Perez Jr. y Su Conjunto and Pepe Maldonado y Su Conjunto are also on the expansive bill for the free, family-friendly event. Across the street at the Mohawk, Selena tribute act Bidi Bidi Banda performs, and down in South Austin, Latin rockers Vallejo host a Sunday Funday party with Mark and Rick DelCastillo and more at Moontower Saloon. Stubb’s BBQ: Free. Doors at 2 p.m. 801 Red River St. ranchoalegreradio.org; Mohawk: $15-$20. 6:30 p.m. doors. 912 Red River St. mohawkaustin.com; Moontower Saloon: Free. 4 p.m. 10212 Manchaca Road, moontowersaloon.com — D.S.S.

Sunday: “How Did I Get Here?” episode 800 live recording at Cosmic. A guitarist who’s made his own records and played with many fellow Austin acts, Johnny Goudie has in recent years become known especially for “How Did I Get Here?” — a podcast in which he talks with other musicians about their work. Podcasts are all the rage in 2019, but Goudie was ahead of the curve, launching his program in 2011. He’ll celebrate the 800th episode by inviting an intriguing mix of Austin music movers and shakers: Go Fever’s Acey Monaro; singer-songwriters Ray Prim and Alesia Lani; and KUTX’s Laurie Gallardo. Free. 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. 121 Pickle Road. cosmiccoffeebeer.com. — P.B.

Thursday: Cactus Blossoms at 3Ten. Minneapolis is best known for Prince’s funk and the Replacements’ rock, but siblings Page Burkum and Jack Torrey have been boosting the city’s country-folk cred in recent years. They recently followed up their attention-grabbing 2016 album, “You’re Dreaming,” with a new album, “Easy Way,” that they showcased during South by Southwest a couple of months ago. Now they’re back on their own headlining tour; catch them before they’re playing bigger rooms. Jack Klatt opens. $16-$18. 8:30 p.m. 310 Willie Nelson Blvd. 3tenaustin.com. — P.B.

Thursday: Roger Miller’s “A Trip in the Country” at Sam’s Town Point. This 1970 album wasn’t Miller’s biggest seller, but it’s one of his best, with songs such as “Tall Tall Trees” (later a chart-topper for Alan Jackson) and “A World So Full of Love” (recorded last month by Shakey Graves for an upcoming single in Bruce Robison’s “Next Waltz” series). Singers Roger Wallace and Bob Appel will front an ace band including drummer Tom Lewis, who plans to present similar album-in-sequence events at Sam’s in the months ahead. $5. 9 p.m. 2115 Allred Drive. samstownpointatx.com. — P.B.

ALSO PLAYING

Friday-Saturday

Brett Dennen at Cactus Cafe

Mike Flanigin Trio with Jimmie Vaughan at C-Boy’s

Friday

The 1975, Pale Waves, No Rome at Austin360 Amphitheater

Any Baby Can 40th anniversary benefit with Shinyribs, Charley Crockett at ACL Live

Parker Millsap, Anthony da Costa at Antone’s

Health at Mohawk outdoor

Lolo Zouai, Jean Deaux at Stubb’s indoor

Bluebonnets, Jesse Dayton, Blues Specialists at Continental Club

Dawn & Hawkes, Denny Freeman at Saxon Pub

A Live One (Phish tribute) at 3Ten

Acid Mothers Temple, Yamantaka, Sonic Titan, ST 37 at Barracuda

Autograf, Wiskers at Empire Garage

Anomalie, Rob Araujo at Parish

Infinites album release, Deep Time, Blank Hellscape, Nevil at Hotel Vegas

James Polk’s CenterPeace at Elephant Room

Wendy Colonna at Threadgill’s

Lost Counts, Emily Gimble at Continental Gallery

Melatonia at Flamingo Cantina

Donovan Keith at Geraldine’s

Young Voices of Austin presents Children Will Listen at Stateside at the Paramount

Saturday-Sunday

Pecan Street Festival on Sixth Street

Saturday

Rodrigo y Gabriela at ACL Live

Chick Corea & Bela Fleck at Paramount Theatre

Joseph, Haley Johnsen at Stateside at the Paramount

Billy Strings at Mohawk outdoor

Pat Byrne, W.C. Clark, Earl Poole Ball at Saxon Pub

John Baumann, Tyler McCollum at Stubb’s indoor

Goons album release, Kady Rain, Cavern Company at Empire

Camp Cope, Thin Lips, Oceanators at Barracuda

Marcus Rezak, Bourgeois Mystics, Shred is Dead at One-2-One Bar

Kalu James, Alex Maas, more at 40 North

Drrtywulvz, Somatoast, Dagobah at Parish

Magnifico (Queen tribute), Soulman Sam at Continental Club

Lost Counts, Beaver Nelson at Continental Gallery

Lost Austin Band at El Mercado Backstage

Churchwood at Sam’s Town Point

Rick Broussard’s Two Hoots & a Holler at ABGB

Sunday

Resentments, Irish Invasion with Andrea Magee & Pat Byrne, Rusty Wier’s 75th Birthday Party at Saxon Pub

Soul of a Musician series with Giulia Millanta at Threadgill’s

Peter More, Folk Uke at Empire Patio

Botolph Trio CD release at Elephant Room

Lo Jinx at Radio

Jabo & the Old Dogs, Lavelle White at Antone’s

Greg Izor & the Box Kickers at ABGB

Monday

Elle King, Barns Courtney at Stubb’s outdoor

Eels, Robert Ellis at Emo’s

14th annual Link Wray 13-Guitar Rumble, Ben Goldsmith at Antone’s

Bear’s Den, Fishing in Japan at Parish

Jonesin’, Irish Invasion at C-Boy’s

Erin Ivey at Townsend

Lonelyland, Hoody & the Wolves at Saxon Pub

Church on Monday Band at Continental Gallery

Mystery Monday with Christine Albert, Kenny Putnam at El Mercado Backstage

Dylan Bishop, Marty Muse at Sam’s Town Point

Bluegrass Night at Radio

Tuesday

Yeah Yeah Yeahs at ACL Live (sold out)

Stephen Malkmus at 3Ten

Jimmie Vaughan Trio & Angela Strehli at Antone’s

Girlpool at Mohawk outdoor

Arielle at Waterloo Records

Murlocs, Moonwalks at Barracuda

Thank You Scientist, Kindo, In the Presence of Wolves at Stubb’s indoor

Nichole Wagner vinyl release, Parker Chapin, Adam Thomas Brown, Relatives at One-2-One Bar

Mike Stinson, Shelley King at Continental Club

Ephraim Owens at Continental Gallery

Donovan Keith at C-Boy’s

Wednesday

Marcia Ball at Long Center Rollins Theatre

Yungblud, SaintPhnx at Parish

Foxing, Now Now, Daddy Issues at Scoot Inn

Alien Weaponry, Black Heart Saints at 3Ten

Orville Peck at Mohawk indoor (sold out)

Henri Herbert, Guy Forsyth Blues Band, Bill Carter at Antone’s

Texas Radio Live with Walt Wilkins & the Mystiqueros, David Touchton at Guero’s

Jon Dee Graham, William Harries Graham at Continental Club

Pleasure Venom, Kay Odyssey, Blxpltn, Leche, Black Mercy at Barracuda

Warren Hood at ABGB

Matt Hubbard Trio, John X Reed at C-Boy’s

Jana Pochop, Susan Gibson at Threadgill’s

Slow Parade, Small Houses, Elizabeth Moen at Hotel Vegas

Jack Andrews, John Gaar at Saxon Pub

La Mona Loca, Seela at One-2-One Bar

Emily Shirley at Geraldine’s

Thursday

Violent Femmes, X at ACL Live

Marcus King Band at Emo’s

Pup at Mohawk outdoor (sold out)

Jackie Venson at Waterloo Records

Chromeo, BoomBaptist DJ sets at Empire

SoMo, Drama Relax, Lenerd at Parish

Magna Carda, Bishops, DJ Dougie Do at Stubb’s indoor

Soulman Sam, Carl Weathersby at Antone’s

Andrew Nolte, Ali Holder at Cactus Cafe

Erik Hokkanen at Radio

Bonnie Whitmore, Monte Warden & the Dangerous Few at Continental Gallery

Rattlesnake Milk, Lo Country, Paige Renee Berry at Hotel Vegas

TV Girl, Get a Life at Barracuda