Vampire Weekend at ACL Live. The Grammy-winning New York band's new album, "Father of the Bride," their first in six years, topped the charts on its first week of release earlier this year. Leader Ezra Koenig has said country sensation Kacey Musgraves helped inspire the record's songwriting direction, though early chatter has focused more on a rootsy jam-band vibe. However one pegs the album and the band, this two-night stand will be one of the summer's hottest shows. Christone “Kingfish” Ingram opens. 7 p.m. Aug. 20-21. $54.50-$99. 310 Willie Nelson Blvd. — Peter Blackstock


Films of 1999: "Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels." The Alamo Drafthouse is celebrating the 20th anniversary of arguably the most groundbreaking year in cinematic history — 1999. All month long, the theater highlights films that closed out the previous millennium in style. Up next is Guy Ritchie's debut film, a crime caper, about a group of friends who decide to rob a small-time gang to pay off a high-stakes card game debt. "Lock, Stock" also brought Jason Statham and Vinnie Jones to the big screen for the first time. 7:30 p.m. Aug. 20. $10. Alamo Village, 2700 W. Anderson Lane, Suite 701.


Defining Women Dinner at Olamaie. This dinner series celebrates the women of Southern food. Each week, the top-rated restaurant takes inspiration for the feast from a different seminal, female-written cookbook and highlights a local farm to create a four-course menu with beverage pairings. Olamaie was built as an homage to five generations of Southern women, and the Tuesday night dinner series is an extension of that. Reserve your seat on the restaurant website. 5 to 10 p.m. Aug. 20. $65. 1610 San Antonio St.


Summer Sunset Series by Wanderlust Yoga Austin. Wanderlust Yoga hosts a weekly yoga series at Republic Square, held every Tuesday through Aug. 27. Each yoga class will be led by a premier Wanderlust yoga instructor and accompanied by a live musician or DJ. Have never done yoga or, conversely, know your way around a yoga mat? No problem. The classes cater to all levels of yoga experience. The session will be canceled if it rains that day. 7:30 p.m. Aug. 20. Free. 422 Guadalupe St.


American Martin at Wally Workman Gallery. Martin is inspired by form and figure as depicted by the impressionists and modernists of the early 20th century. A concentration on line and flat color reduces her subjects to their simplest forms and yet challenges our tools of perception. Represented across the county and internationally collected, Martin continues to impress audiences with her bold work. This is her seventh solo show with the Austin gallery. 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday-Saturday, noon to 4 p.m. Sunday through Sept. 1. 512-472-7428,