Nightlife

Wizards and Witches Beer Festival. Where would the wizarding world be without butterbeer? Don't worry, we won't have to find out — a festival is coming to town that will have all the magical elixirs for us. The event will host tastings of more than 20 beers. Plus, make sure to explore the Lair of Secret Cider Potions, Wizards Alley and the Adult Butterscotch Beer Tavern. There will be multiple photo ops, plenty of food and live music from the Sorceress Sisters and DJ DumbleD. 6:30 to 10 p.m. Saturday. $39. Fair Market, 1100 E. Fifth St. eventbrite.com/e/wizards-and-witches-beer-festival-tickets-55915517819.

Dining

Luau Pig Roast at Sauce Odyssey. The East Austin food trailer has teamed up with Meridian Hive Meadery and the upcoming Brooklyn Breakfast Shop to offer an unforgettable luau-style party. The Polynesian-style menu will feature a whole-roasted pig, brined and slow roasted in a caja china, alongside a selection of sides. Plus, Meridian Hive launches its latest mead: the Ruby Red Rosé featuring Texas grapefruits, orange blossom honey, dark sweet cherry and hibiscus. 3 to 8 p.m. Saturday. $35-$50. 1403 E. Seventh St. facebook.com/events/2196322970696628/.

Theater & dance

"Summer and Bird." Austin Playhouse presents the premiere of local writer Katherine Catmull's adaptation of her middle-grade novel — and there are only a couple more opportunities to see it. When their parents suddenly go missing, young sisters Summer and Bird are transported to a fantasy bird world called Down and separated on different quests to reunite their family. 7:30 p.m. Saturday, 2 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. $7-$28. 6001 Airport Blvd. 512-476-0084, austinplayhouse.com/summer-and-bird.

Art

West Austin Studio Tour. The East Austin Studio Tour put Austin on the map as a quirky, art-loving city, but it's not just the east side that has art worth exploring. The eighth annual West Austin Studio Tour features 108 artist studios, 71 exhibits, 114 temporary exhibitions and 15 related events spread between Interstate 35, MoPac, U.S. 183 and William Cannon Drive. As a self-guided tour, it might take some planning to complete using the website's map and full catalog of participants. Various times Saturday and Sunday, May 18-19. Free. Various locations. west.bigmedium.org.

The Possibility of Disability. This one-night show at the Davis Gallery will focus on three artists living with autism. Gregory Chabolla is a woodworker who specializes in creating intricate carvings on his scroll saw. Jane Manthei is known for her detailed, lifelike representational drawings and paintings. And Richmond Freeman chooses the subject matter of his paintings from photographed reference points that he captures around Austin. Davis Gallery will be donating 45 percent of art sale proceeds from this event to the Autism Society of Texas. 6 to 8 p.m. Saturday. Free. 837 W. 12th St. davisgalleryaustin.com.

Family

CelebrASIA Austin 2019. In honor of Asian Pacific American Heritage Month in May, the Asian American Resource Center has put together the 6th annual CelebrASIA Austin event. There will be outdoor cultural performances throughout the day, as well as family-friendly arts and crafts such as red paper dragons, paper lanterns, colorful pinwheels, bookmark-making and more. Cultural experience rooms will take you around the world. And, of course, there will be food vendors. 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday. Free. 8401 Cameron Road. facebook.com/events/1918317048290449/.

Music

13th Annual Big Squeeze Youth Accordion Contest. Texas Folklife's annual show featuring young accordion players from across Texas will have them battling it out in the traditional Texas accordion music genres: polka, Cajun and zydeco, and conjunto. Four winners (including two age categories for conjunto) will be crowned as 2019 Big Squeeze winners at the event. The concert will also feature live music from Cedryl Ballou & the Zydeco Trendsetters and Conjunto Cats. 1 to 5 p.m. Saturday. Free. The Bullock Museum, 1800 Congress Ave. texasfolklife.org/bigsqueeze2019finals.