1. Harry Connick Jr. at the Long Center
7:30 p.m. March 10. $73.25 - $168.25. 701 W. Riverside Drive. thelongcenter.org
After 30 million albums sold worldwide and a music, film, television and Broadway career spanning three decades, Harry Connick Jr. returns to the spotlight with a new record, “True Love: A Celebration of Cole Porter.” Head to the Long Center to watch Connick and his band for an intimate performance of songs from “True Love,” as well as classics from his long career. Every two tickets purchased for this show will include a CD copy of the new album.
2. Trixie Mattel at the Paramount Theatre
8 p.m. March 10. $39.50. 713 Congress Ave. tickets.austintheatre.org/5573/5574
Los Angeles-based Mattel — the stage name of Brian Firkus, a winner of the wildly popular “RuPaul’s Drag Race” TV franchise — comes to the Paramount Theatre for a concert where she’ll be backed by a live band for the first time. She is indisputably the most successful drag queen country singer in the world, after having attained icon status in her corner of the entertainment world in about five years. “Grown Up” is her fifth headlining tour. — Eric Webb
3. Cakebread Cellars Vintner Dinner at Fixe Southern House
6 to 10 p.m. March 10. $175. 500 W. Fifth St. 512-888-9133, facebook.com/events/598507077366270
Taste through the wines of a lauded Napa Valley winery at this five-course dinner at downtown restaurant Fixe. Cakebread Cellars co-owner Dennis Cakebread hosts the feast, which includes pairings such as smoked and grilled heritage pork chop with Cakebread Cellars 2015 Merlot. To reserve your spot, call the restaurant or head to the website at fixesouthernhouse.com.
4. “Harry Potter” Trivia at Hops & Grain
7 to 9 p.m. March 10. $7. 507 Calles St. facebook.com/events/3553922408000302
Accio trivia. This trivia night provided by Faye Fearless will focus on chapters 13 to 25 of “Order of the Phoenix,” as well as the corresponding movie. Note that it’s open to witches and wizards of all ages but was created by fans who found every other trivia event boring and too easy. Rounds will require extensive knowledge of the book and movie. Come an hour early (6 p.m.) for social hour with fellow “Harry Potter” nerds.