Dining

She's Not Here's Endless Summer Luau. Celebrate the downtown restaurant's one-year anniversary with this fun luau-style party. She's Not Here will be set everyone up with banquet-style dining featuring sushi, satay and tempura (drinks not included). In addition to the food and tiki cocktails, there will be entertainment brought to you by Hawaiian Dancers Luau’s-Events Tropical Productions. 6 to 11 p.m. Saturday. $25 per at the door (credit card only). 440 W. Second St. eventbrite.com/e/shes-not-heres-endless-summer-luau-25-at-the-door-tickets-70786250581

Music

Flying Lotus 3D at Emo’s. After five long years, the ace alchemist of jazz-funk fusion recently dropped “Flamagra,” the 27-track follow-up to his brilliant 2014 album, “You’re Dead.” The new release includes features from Anderson.Paak, George Clinton, Tierra Whack, Solange and more. Elaborate visuals have always been a huge part of FlyLo’s live shows, and for the new tour he’s updated his 3D show (yes, you get a pair of glasses at the door) so you can lose yourself in the immersive experience of his new work. 2015 E. Riverside Drive. emosaustin.com — Deborah Sengupta Stith

Nightlife

23rd Annual Oaktoberfest Celebration at Live Oak Brewing. Wait, Oktoberfest in September? That's actually how Munich, the O.G. producer of the beer celebration, times it, which means that Bavarian-loving Live Oak does, too. Head to the tucked-away brewery for an afternoon of European-style beers, food trucks and live music that will get your toes tapping. Bands, including the Austin Polka Band and the Reed Meisters, will start playing at 12:30 pm. Don't miss the Oaktoberfest brew, either. 1 to 8 p.m. Saturday. Free. 1615 Crozier Lane. facebook.com/events/316992802549852/

Austin Margarita Festival. The event devoted to our favorite alcoholic beverage will have almost 20 margarita flavors, live bands, DJs, a tequila-tasting station and more to spice up your Saturday. Plus, there will be a margarita competition comparing the tequila drink from Curra's Grill, DK Maria's, Torchy's Tacos and other local eateries. A limbo contest runs from 4 to 4:30 p.m. as well. 12 to 8 p.m. Saturday. $23-$100. Austin American-Statesman parking lot, 305 S. Congress Ave. eventbrite.com/e/austin-margarita-festival-tickets-62093366932

Theater & dance

"Jungalbook" at Zach Theatre. Adventure awaits in a jungle where danger lurks in every tree, and only the brave dare enter. This energetic and creative retelling of the timeless tale, friendly for families, is about the young Humancub who is raised by wolves, under the protection of her friends Bagheera and Baloo, after her parents are killed by the vicious Sherakhan. 2 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, with additional 11 a.m. matinee Nov. 2, through Nov. 10. $19-$43. 202 S. Lamar Blvd. zachtheatre.org

 Art

"Big Pink Blanket of Love." The Davis Gallery produces a show in support of local watercolor artist Jan Heaton, whose daughter died in February after a decade-long battle with cancer. In addition to a collaborative quilt as the centerpiece, there will be original artwork by Heaton and other artists. The quilt, in various shades of pink, features the work of more than 60 artists. Opening reception: 7 to 9 p.m. Saturday. Hours: 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday-Friday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday through Oct. 12. 837 W. 12th St. davisgalleryaustin.com